RB Salzburg vs Liverpool: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For Champions League Clash
By Mike Parrott
RB Salzburg and Liverpool clash in their Champions League Group E tie and here's how to watch all the action LIVE.
Liverpool are on the cusp of qualification or elimination from the UEFA Champions League when they travel to face RB Salzburg at the Red Bull Arena.
Here is how to watch all the Champions League action LIVE in the United Kingdom tonight.
What TV channel is it on?
BT Sport will show every game from the Champions League LIVE in the UK this season.
The match will be on BT Sport 3 on Tuesday.
How can I stream it?
The BT Sport App is available on all iOS and Android devices.
It is also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game consoles as well as select Smart TV's.
Some EE mobile phone customers can also access the BT Sport app depending on what plan they are subscribed to.
What time is kick-off?
The game will kick-off at 5:55pm UK time.
The players will be kicking off at 9:55pm local time in Austria.
It is one of two Champions League games to kick-off at 5:55pm with six other games set to begin at the later time of 8pm.
What is the state of Group E?
Everything is still to play for between Liverpool, Napoli and RB Salzburg. With the three teams being on ten, nine, and seven points respectively, the Liverpool-Salzburg game is for all the marbles.
A win would keep Liverpool top of the group and would clinch qualification. A draw would basically clinch qualification, and a loss would allow RB Salzburg to qualify with Liverpool having to hope Genk takes three points from Napoli.
What happened the last time these two sides met?
The last game between these two was an epic to say the least. With Liverpool going 3-0 up within 36 minutes off goals from Sadio Mane, Andrew Robertson, and Mohamed Salah.
However, Salzburg wanted the comeback and scored three unanswered goals via Hwang Hee-Chan, Takumi Minamino, and Erling Haaland.
Liverpool were able to get the game-clinching goal in the 69th minute, with Salah taking the goal and the three points for Liverpool.