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Champions League 2022 : Liverpool vs Rangers Match Preview and Lineups

Liverpool vs Rangers
SCHEDULE TIME
GAME Liverpool vs Rangers
DATE 12/10/2022
TIME 12:30 AM (Indian Standard Time)
ARENA Ibrox Stadium
LEAGUE Champions League
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FULL TIME
7-1

Match Preview of Barcelona vs Inter Milan

Champions League football was always likely to be a challenging step up in class for the Europa League runners-up, but having beaten the likes of Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig on the way to the final in Seville last season, Giovanni van Bronckhorst may have expected his players to be more competitive than they have shown this time around.

The Dutchman switched to a back five at Anfield last week, but they were still ripped apart on numerous occasions during the 2-0 defeat, with Allan McGregor pulling off eight saves across the course of the match in an astonishing display of goalkeeping.

Rangers' first season back in the Champions League group stages for 12 years has not exactly gone to plan so far, with the Gers comprehensively beaten by Ajax, Napoli and Liverpool.

Rangers will be aiming to get themselves off the mark in this season's Champions League when they host Liverpool on Wednesday, having suffered three straight defeats in Group A.

Liverpool, meanwhile, have a much healthier position in Group A than when leaving Naples with a 4-1 defeat in their opening match, but there are still glaring signs of vulnerabilities in Jurgen Klopp's camp after their 3-2 defeat to Premier League leaders Arsenal on Sunday.

Our Predicted Lineups

Liverpool possible starting lineup:Alisson; Gomez, Konate, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Fabinho, Thiago; Salah, Firmino, Jota; Nunez

Rangerspossible starting lineup:McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Sands, Barisic; Lundstram, Davis, Kamara; Sakala, Colak, Kent

Who will win the match?

We say Barcelona 2-0 Inter Milan. Barcelona have experienced a slump after the international break and have a few issues to address ahead of the game. The Catalans cannot afford to slip into the Europa League this season and have a point to prove this week.

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