Liverpool face Barcelona at Wembley – Live Stream Information, Team News and More

Liverpool take on FC Barcelona from Wembley early this evening, and there’s great news for fans and punters alike with the news that there is live streaming available from the match, which is sure to prove very popular.

The popular Midlands based bookmaker reported this week that it has access to all the International Champions Cup matches, which will be available to watch through its website, so there really are no excuses on missing the game.

Jurgen Klopp will have one final look at his side before they travel to Germany to face the Liverpool manager’s former club FC Mainz, and their opponents Barcelona should prove a very tough opponent with the Premier League season now only a week away.

Liverpool vs Barcelona Team News

Luis Enrique should include Lionel Messi and former Liverpool favourite Luis Suarez in the side, which remains unbeaten in the competition having already disposed of Scottish Champions Celtic 3-1 and most recently brushed aside English Champions Leicester City.

Liverpool should prove a stiffer challange and its a game which could throw up some intriguing conundrums as the Premier League season approaches. Much will be made of the Liverpool attacking line up, and if Daniel Sturridge can be kept off the treatment table Liverpool should have plenty of firepower going forward.

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Defensively, the side still looks a little brittle, with Simon Mignolet still not the confident choice as #1 between the sticks, and with Mamadou Sakho sent home form the USA, there are some obvious underlying problems at the heart of the Reds defence.


That said, Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum are shrewd buys and should provide more depth to the squad in attacking areas.

With Arsenal waiting in the wings for the Reds today’s match could prove something of a benchmark. Can Liverpool put up a serious title challenge this season?

Today’s Barcelona match should give us plenty of clues. It kicks off at 17:15.

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