The Reds – likely to be without Virgil van Dijk for the remainder of the season – began Group D on a winning note in Amsterdam last week after Nicolas Tagliafico’s own goal handed them a narrow 1-0 victory over Ajax.
Liverpool also got back to winning ways in the top-flight against Sheffield United and will be expected to dish out further heavy punishment to Midtjylland, who were thrashed 4-0 on their Champions League debut by Atalanta but did subsequently secure a morale-boosting win over domestic rivals Brondby.
Date, time and venue
Liverpool vs Midtjylland is scheduled for an 8pm GMT kick-off on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
The match will be behind closed doors at Anfield with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.
How to watch
TV channel: The match will be televised on BT Sport 3 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage starting from 7:15pm.
Van Dijk is not expected back this season after undergoing a knee operation following that wild challenge from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in the recent Merseyside derby.
In the Dutchman’s absence, Fabinho and Joe Gomez lined up as the centre-back pairing against both Ajax and Sheffield United, with first-choice goalkeeper Alisson Becker also featuring against the Blades after a shoulder problem.
Joel Matip and Thiago Alcantara could both be in contention after injury along with Naby Keita, though Kostas Tsimikas and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain remain absentees.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-0 Midtjylland
Jurgen Klopp‘s side should have no problems in comfortably dispatching the Champions League debutants on home soil, with Atalanta providing the blueprint. Comfortable Liverpool win.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
The two sides have never met before in any official Uefa competition.
Betting odds and tips
- Liverpool to win: 2/15
- Midtjylland to win: 26/1
- Draw: 10/1
- Over 2.5 goals: 2/7
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