Liverpool take on Napoli this evening in the second round of the group stages of the Champions League. The Reds currently sit atop group C after a 3-2 win over PSG last month, with Napoli drawing with Red Star Belgrade in their opening match of the campaign.
Here's all the details about where to watch Liverpool vs Napoli tonight.
Where to watch Napoli Vs Liverpool on TV?
Napoli vs Liverpool is being broadcast on Virgin Media Sport from 7pm as well as BT Sport 3 from 7.15pm. Kick off takes place at 8pm in the Stadio San Paolo in Italy.
Liverpool vs Napoli squad news
Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns following their 1-1 draw away to Chelsea at the weekend. In that match Virgil Van Djik played through the pain barrier after suffering a bruised rib and is expected to line out for Jurgen Klopp as he takes on Carlo Ancelotti. Divock Origi has also been included in the travelling contingent with Klopp stating the Belgian is in 'outstandingly good shape' as he awaits his first taste of action this season.
The Neopolitans are without former Spurs defender Vlad Chiriches and left back Faouzi Ghoulam, along with goalkeeper Alex Meret.
Carlo Ancelotti launched a charm offensive towards Jurgen Klopp and his team ahead of their meeting, calling the Merseyside club one of the best in Europe:
The Dublin match is an experience, it has taught us many things, for example how not to play against Liverpool. It was a friendly match, we did not want to focus on the opponent.
The test will be very difficult, we will not have much time to think about what to do on the pitch, but we have a lot of confidence for tomorrow's match and we will do it. Liverpool have improved a lot, they managed to reach the final last year and they started the season very well.
I think they have become one of the strongest teams in Europe. They have a great physical condition, they play with intensity and so they manage to overcome the challenges of the Champions League.
In the build up to the tie Jurgen Klopp dismissed the Italian's words as 'tactics':
I like Carlo Ancelotti. In Germany, we say he’s a smart fox.
He’s said very positive things about us and nice things about me before a game. It’s nice, but it’s tactics. Carlo is so long in the business.
We’re ready for a real battle. I don’t care too much for what people say about us or how they see our situation. This is a fantastic manager, a fantastic team and an emotional crowd so that will be a real challenge.