Liverpool vs Barcelona Preview, Tips and Odds

Liverpool will welcome Barcelona to Anfield on Tuesday for the second meeting of their Champions League semi-final. The Spaniards earned a lead of three clear goals and if they manage to score, then the Merseysiders will have to win with a four goal difference in order to progress trough to the final.

Liverpool vs Barcelona Head to Head

Head to HeadLast H2H gameLast H2H gamesLast 5 H2H games home/away
LiverpoolLoss3 W/ 2 D/ 3 L2 W/ 0 D/ 2 L
BarcelonaWin3 W/ 2 D/ 3 L2 W/ 0 D/ 2 L

Last game between the teams: 01.09.2019 Barcelona – Liverpool 3:0; Luis Suarez 26’, Lionel Messi 75’, 82’
Last game at this venue: 06.03.2007 Liverpool – Barcelona 0:1; Eidur Gudjohnsen 75’

Worth mentioning: Barcelona recorded a comprehensive 3:0 victory in the previous week meeting. For much of the game Liverpool were equal, not to say better than their Spanish counterparts, but in the end the genius of Lionel Messi was too much for to handle. Liverpool have never managed to score more than a goal against Barca at Anfield, exactly what they’ll need to do on Tuesday.

Liverpool vs Barcelona Stats

As of 06.05Last gameLast 10 gamesLast 5 games home/away
LiverpoolWin9 W/ 0 D/ 1 L5 W/ 0 D/ 0 L
BarcelonaLoss7 W/ 2 D/ 1 L2 W/ 2 D/ 1 L

Last game Liverpool: 04.05.2019 Newcastle – Liverpool 2:3; Christian Atsu 20’, Salomon Rondon 54’; Virgil van Dijk 13’, Mohamed Salah 28’, Divock Origi 86’
Last game Barcelona: 04.05.2019 Celta Vigo – Barcelona 2:0; Maximiliano Gomez 67’, Iago Aspas 88’ (penalty)
Top performers Liverpool: Mohamed Salah 26 goals 8 assists, Sadio Mane 24 goals 1 assist, Roberto Firmino 16 goals 6 assists.
Top performers Barcelona: Lionel Messi 48 goals 13 assists, Luis Suarez 25 goals 6 assists, Ousmane Dembele 13 goals 5 assists.

Last 10 gamesGF : GAOver 2,5 goalsBTTSClean Sheets

Worth mentioning: Liverpool won their weekend meeting with Newcastle and continued the title chase with Manchester City. Their star man Mohamed Salah left the pitch injured and in tears and his season might be over. Four of the team’s last five matches saw one of the sides score at least three goals, while two encounters witnessed goals at both ends. The Reds did not concede in any of their last three matches at Anfield and will hope to repeat that feat on Tuesday.
Barcelona lost their first match since January on Saturday, but they fielded second string line-up and rested their main men for midweek. The Catalans conceded more than two goals in their visits just once from the last twenty outings.

Liverpool vs Barcelona News

Missing players Liverpool: Naby Keita, Adam Lallana. Mohamed Salah is under question.
Missing players Barcelona: Ousmane Dembele and Rafinha Alcantara.

Liverpool vs Barcelona Predictions

Liverpool to win – 2.05 @ bet365

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