Liverpool vs Spartak Moscow 07/12/2017
A win will ensure that Liverpool top Group E, although a draw will also be enough to ensure qualification to the knockout stages.
The Reds will be without long-term absentees Adam Lallana, Adam Bogdan and Nathaniel Clyne, as well as the injured Joel Matip.
Will Jurgen Klopp recall Sadio Mane to the starting line-up? The Senegalese has been benched for several games in a row, thanks in part to Mohamed Salah’s stupendous form.
The Egyptian has scored 17 times in 22 games. His pace and trickery will be a key weapon for Klopp at Anfield on Wednesday night.
Spartak have not won away in Europe since a 1-0 success at Ajax in their 2010/11 UEFA Europa League campaign. Their record since reads D5 L5.
It ended 5-0 to Liverpool the last time they met at Anfield back in 2002, thanks to two goals from Emile Heskey and one each for Bruno Cheyrou, Sami Hyypiä and substitute Salif Diao.