Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid: live stream and TV details, how to watch, team news and predicted line-ups

All the information you need to know ahead of the Champions League game.

Liverpool can qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League when they welcome Atletico Madrid to Anfield on Wednesday evening (20.00 GMT).

A win for Jurgen Klopp's side will see them maintain their perfect record in Group B and advance for the next stage of the competition.

Here's all the information you need to know ahead of the game.

What's the Liverpool injury news?

Klopp will welcome back Thiago Alcantara back into the fray. The midfielder has been absent since September with a calf injury.

Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara is back in full training. Picture: Nathan Stirk/Getty Images

There's more good news in the engine room as Fabinho is also available after missing the past three games with a knee issue.

However, Klopp has admitted Naby Keita will be on the treatment table for "a while". He suffered a hamstring problem in the 2-2 draw with Brighton on Saturday.

James Milner is on the treatment table with a similar issue while Harvey Elliott is still recovering from a long-term ankle injury.

What's the Atletico Madrid injury news?

Stefan Savic is serving the final match of a four-match suspension.

Antoine Griezmann is also banned after his straight red card for a high boot on Roberto Firmino in the last meeting.

Meanwhile, Thomas Lemar is out with a muscle injury while Marcos Llorente, Jose Gimenez and Matheus Cunha (all thigh)are doubtful.

Antoine Griezmann was sent off for Atletico Madrid against Liverpool. Picture: Angel Martinez/Getty Images

Predicted teams

Liverpool (4-3-3): Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson, Jones, Salah, Jota, Mane.

Atletico (3-5-2): Oblak; Felipe, Gimenez, Hermoso, Trippier, De Paul, Koke, Carrasco, Correa, Suarez, Felix.

What channel is the match on?

The encounter will be broadcast on BT Sport 2 in the United Kingdom. Viewers overseas should check local listings.

How can I stream the match?

BT Sport subscribers can watch the clash online via the website or BT Sport app.

What time does coverage start?

Pre-match coverage begins at 19.00

Can I watch if I’m not a BT Sport subscriber?

No. But you are able to purchase a monthly BT Sport pass, which costs £25 and is contract-free.

It will renew automatically but you can cancel whenever you like.

Where can I watch highlights?

Clips of the game will shortly be uploaded after the full-time whistle on both the BT Sport app and In-game clips throughout the 90 minutes are also published.

You can also watch short highlights on BT Sport's YouTube channel.

For all of the post-match analysis and reaction, you can follow our coverage on LiverpoolWorld.