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The Liverpool vs Benfica live stream will see the Reds look to book their place in the Champions League semi-final, but standing in their way is a Benfica side that will be desperate to cause an upset at Anfield.


Liverpool come into this game in pole position to advance further in the most intense competition in European football. The Merseyside club clinched a 1-3 victory in the first leg courtesy of goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz. Benfica did manage to score a goal of their own, but Liverpool are the firm favorites to progress into the next round thanks to that comfortable two-goal advantage.


While they are in for a tough night under the lights at the famous Anfield stadium, Benfica shouldn’t be entirely written off just yet. The side always possesses a goal threat thanks to striker Darwin Nunez, who scored their goal in the first leg. Nunez is attracting suitors from a host of top clubs and is expected to be one of the biggest transfer targets of the summer with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal reportedly keen to land his signature.


After a commanding 1-3 away win in the first leg at the Estadio da Luz, Liverpool will be looking to finish off Benfica at home in this Champions League quarter-final second leg at Anfield. A professional job by the Reds on Wednesday evening will be rewarded with a final four showdown with either Bayern Munich or Villarreal. Follow our guide on how to watch a Liverpool vs Benfica live stream from anywhere.


Goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane, and Luis Diaz gave the Premier League side a firm grip on the tie last week. Benfica frontman Darwin Nunez looked a threat all game last Tuesday, and managed to capitalise on an error from Konate for his side's goal, underlying why so many clubs are rumoured to be targeting the striker as a summer signing – and why Liverpool can't be complacent in this second game.


The match comes sandwiched between two big games for Liverpool against Manchester City in the Premier League and FA Cup, presenting Jurgen Klopp with something of a selection dilemma for this clash.



The semi-finals are calling Liverpool and this might be Jurgen Klopp’s trickiest team selection of a jam-packed month.


The 3-1 win in Lisbon last week affords them a plump cushion to fall back on but with Villarreal awaiting them in the last four, is there a temptation to go stronger than perhaps first imagined?


In fairness, whatever XI Klopp picks from a squad he admits is he strongest ever at Anfield, they should have too much for Benfica tonight. I don’t think we’ll see any huge shocks but there is a great scope for rotation.


Alisson Becker stays in goal but I’m going to give Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson watching briefs. Joe Gomez and Kostas Tsimikas come in with Ibrahima Konate filling in for Joel Matip.


In midfield, Fabinho can keep his place alongside Naby Keita and James Milner with the likes of Thiago Alcantara, Jordan Henderson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in reserve as part of the five potential subs.


I’m giving Mo Salah a rest too, so it’s Sadio Mane off the right, Luis Diaz on the left and Roberto Firmino leading the line. An early goal kills it, surely. Then Klopp can use the full range of the subs.


And Liverpool will have to be on their guard when they entertain Benfica in their quarter-final second leg tonight, despite being 3-1 up.


That said, rotation is most definitely in order after the energy-sapping draw at Manchester City who they play again in a few days' time at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final.


In goal, though, it's Alisson Becker. Ibrahima Konate can come in for Joel Matip to partner Virgil van Dijk at centre-back, while Kostas Tsimikas replaces Andy Robertson at left-back. Trent Alexander-Arnold remains at right-back.


Rejuvenation is most certainly needed in midfield. Jordan Henderson can step back into a defensive role, and Naby Keita is straight back into the engine room. And it might be time to give Curtis Jones another go.


In attack, Luis Diaz comes in on the left, Roberto Firmino down the middle and Mohamed Salah stays on the right. With five substitutions allowed, there's plenty of scope for change - and I'd imagine they'll all be utilised by Jurgen Klopp.


Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz were on target in Lisbon to put Liverpool in control.


But Darwin Nunez’s goal for the Portuguese giants has meant the tie is not over yet. The winner of this clash will take on Villarreal in the semi-finals after they beat Bayern Munich.


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against City will have no bearing on his team selection against Benfica.


Three days after a 2-2 draw at the Etihad, the Reds face Benfica with a 3-1 lead, a cushion which could be enough for Klopp to consider whether to rest some of his top players for the weekend trip to Wembley.


But he insists that is not the case, saying: “The next game has no influence on the line-up for tomorrow but the last game has.


“Super intense schedule. No-one injured as far as I know but we need to look at who is freshest. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against City will have no bearing on his team selection against Benfica.


Three days after a 2-2 draw at the Etihad, the Reds face Benfica with a 3-1 lead, a cushion which could be enough for Klopp to consider whether to rest some of his top players for the weekend trip to Wembley.


But he insists that is not the case, saying: “The next game has no influence on the line-up for tomorrow but the last game has.


Last week's 3-1 win, courtesy of goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Diaz, means that the Reds are strong favourites to progress to a semi-final showdown with Villarreal after Unai Emery's side stunned Bayern Munich by sealing success over the German side 2-1 on aggregate, with Samuel Chukwueze netting two minutes from time to send the Spanish side through thanks to a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena.

Aplace in the Champions League semi-finals is at stake as Benfica head to Liverpool today.

Jurgen Klopp has never taken the Reds to the final four of all three cups in the same season and yet that is what awaits the German if he can oversee a successful return leg.

Luis Diaz scored late to seal a 3-1 victory in Lisbon to open the quarter-final tie, before Liverpool took a 2-2 draw away from the Premier League clash with Manchester City on the weekend.

Benfica were able to rest many of their stars ahead of the game yet face a big task to come back and knock the 2019 Champions League winners out now

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