Liverpool's second Champions League of the season takes place on Tuesday evening, with Jurgen Klopp's side travelling to Russia to play Spartak Moscow in the Otkrytiye Arena.
Where can you watch Spartak Moscow v Liverpool in Ireland?
The game will be live exclusively on eir sport 2, in Ireland on the eir sport pack.
Coverage of the game between Spartak Moscow and Liverpool will begin on eir sport 2 at 7pm. Former Republic of Ireland internationals Shay Given and Kenny Cunningham will be in studio, while Keith Andrews will be on co-commentary duty.
Why is the game on eir sport?
TV3 have the first choice of what game they want broadcast, and announced they will be showing Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid from the Westfalenstadion.
That means that eir sport have the opportunity to broadcast the Spartak Moscow v Liverpool game to fans in Ireland.
How did the teams do in their opening Champions League games?
Liverpool drew with Sevilla in Anfield 2-2, despite leading leading 2-1 in the second half. Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah helped the side to a draw.
Spartak Moscow drew 1-1 away to Slovenian side Maribor. Aleksandr Samedov scored the opening goal for the side, before Maribor scored a late equaliser.
Have Spartak Moscow and Liverpool ever played each other before?
The teams have played each other four times in European competition. The last time the two teams played each other was in 2002 in the Champions League.
Liverpool won both matches in Group B, with a 3-1 win in Russia. Michael Owen scored a hat-trick in that game.
In Anfield, Liverpool won 5-0. Emile Heskey scored two goals in that game, with Bruno Cheyrou, Sami Hyypia and Salif Dio scoring the other goals.
Are any Liverpool players suspended for the game?
Joe Gomez is suspended for the game, after being sent off in the final moments of the game against Sevilla.
You can be able to watch Spartak Moscow v Liverpool in Ireland on eir sport 2.