Liverpool travels to Spain for the UCL quarter-final match against the Spanish giants Real Madrid on Tuesday night. It is a fixture that is being yearned for by the two clubs fans across the world.
With this game, considering the toughest one in the UCL history, the former Liverpool star Jimmy Carragher has predicted the winner. According to The Mirror, Carragher has predicted Liverpool to come back to England with a win.
The reds former skipper says his old club will beat Los Blancos 3-1. He added that Klopp's side is better in terms of the squad as he singled out the absence of two Real Madrid center-backs as one that will cost them in this fixture.
Real Madrid has confirmed the absence of both Raphael Verane and Sergio Ramos. On the Liverpool side, defender Virgil and Joel Matip are still long term absentees and they won't feature in this game.
Fans are expecting a good game from both sides as a winner will have a big chance of qualifying for the semifinals and probably reach the finals.
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