Real Madrid & Liverpool Make 5 Big Changes to Their UEFA Champions League Starting XI Squads
By DiqxontheLordking | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 62 views
Real Madrid will be hosting Liverpool tonight in a tightly contested UEFA Champions League fixture. Real Madrid have won 3 of their last 5 meetings including a 3-1 victory against Liverpool in May 2018 finals. Real Madrid will be without integral centre backs Rafael Verane & Sergio Ramos hence will usher in new defenders lead by Nacho, Militao, Benjamin Mendy & Lucaz Vazquez who will cover Goalkeeper Courtois. Real Madrid midfield will include Kroos, Modric & Casemiro while the attack will usher in topscorer Karim Benzema alongside Vinicius & Marco Asensio.
Liverpool are currently unbeaten in their last 3 games where they have won them with clean sheets including a recent 3-0 victory over Arsenal. Liverpool Starting XI Line up will comprise of Goalkeeper Alisson covered by 4 defenders including Robertson, Kabak, Phillips & Trent Arnold. Liverpool midfield will usher in Thiago, Wijnaldum & Fabinho while attack will include Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota & Mohammed Salah.
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