UCL: Liverpool vs Ajax Live Stream and Match Preview

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So often on the right side of history on the continental stage, Liverpool found themselves on the wrong side last time out, with a humiliating 4-1 defeat to Napoli in their Group A opener equalling their biggest ever UCL loss. Now needing to play catchup if they’re to top their UCL group for a fourth consecutive season, manager Jürgen Klopp will be hoping the extended rest period will serve his injury-hit squad well, after claiming his side need to improve in “pretty much everything”.

But not even a mini-crisis will silence Anfield on a European night, with the Reds needing the Kop in full voice to avoid beginning a UCL campaign with back-to-back defeats for the very first time. Luckily their only loss against Dutch opposition (W10, D5, L1) came in their first-ever match against a team from the Netherlands, when they lost to incoming opponents Ajax back in 1966, so even with stuttering Premier League (PL) form (W2, D3, L1) it’s unsurprising Liverpool will start as comfortable favourites.

Ajax got their UCL campaign off to a flyer, scoring four unanswered goals against Rangers to win their seventh UCL group game in succession. The 36-time and reigning Eredivisie champions are one of the hottest teams on the continent at the moment, despite losing some of their best players over the summer, winning their last five games without conceding, and scoring a mammoth 16 goals in the process.

That excellent form translates to their travels around Europe too, and they’ve only lost one of their last 16 away UCL matches, although that was a 1-0 defeat at Anfield in December 2020. Their one kryptonite lately has been their record against English sides, considering they’ve lost four of their last five UCL matches against PL opposition (D1).

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Players to watch: Liverpool’s Luis Díaz will be looking to inspire his team-mates after scoring five of his last seven club goals at home, while Ajax’s Mohammed Kudus has seen four of his last five goals arrive after half-time.

Hot stat: Liverpool have lost their opening home game only twice in their last 46 European campaigns (W35, D9).

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