Liverpool Fc (The Reds) fixtures for the Group Stage of the Champions League 2020-21 has been confirmed.
The Reds were handed a kind draw by UEFA in Geneva and were placed in Group D alongside AFC Ajax, Atalanta B.C. and FC Midtjylland.
The reigning English and World Champions will begin their Champions League campaign facing hosts AFC Ajax.
The Reds will conclude their Champions League Group Stage commitments hosting the newcomers Fc Midtjylland.
|Liverpool Fc (The Reds) Champions League 2020-21 Group Stage Fixture List|
|21 October 2020||20:00||Ajax v Liverpool|
|27 October 2020||20:00||Liverpool v Midtjylland|
|3 November 2020||20:00||Atalanta v Liverpool|
|25 November 2020||20:00||Liverpool v Atalanta|
|1 December 2020||20:00||Liverpool v Ajax|
|9 December 2020||17:55||Midtjylland v Liverpool|
|1- The Timings of The Reds Champions League 2020-21 Group Stage Matches as per British Standard Time (B.S.T)|
|2- The Match Schedules are subject to changes as per Broadcasters and UEFA Requirements|
|3- The Matches marked as Red are significant for the Reds progression to the round of 16|
During the Summer Transfer Window 2020, the Reds have added to their firepower Thiago Alcântara and Diogo Jota which thereby made the team more unpredictable and difficult to handle for any oppositions.
The Reds Champions League Performance (Last 3 Seasons):
- 2017-18 Season: Runners Up (Lost the Finals to Real Madrid C.F (3-1))
- 2018-19 Season: Winners (Beat Tottenham Hotspur F.c (2-0))
- 2019-20 Season: Round of 16 (Knocked out by Atlético Madrid (Aggregate: 2-4))
Verdict: Barring any drop of form or injuries to key players, there is nothing that can stop the Reds from progressing to the Round of 16 of the Champions League 2020-21.
The Reds are strong favourites to progress as Group D Winners of the Champions League 2020-21.
The only team that could pose serious threat to the Reds are Atlanta B.C but the Reds fire power will be too strong for the Italian side to handle.
After becoming the first British side to win the continental treble, Jürgen Klopp’s Reds will be eager to emulate their successes winning the European Title and English Title (in successive seasons).