Liverpool v Toulouse live streaming Europa League tie

Liverpool maintained their composure in a challenging match against a 10-player Everton team this weekend, ultimately securing a 2-0 win thanks to two goals from Mohamed Salah in the Merseyside derby.

This marked Liverpool’s sixth home match of the season, and only the second instance in which Jurgen Klopp’s team did not manage to net at least three goals.

Given the strong start that both Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk have had in the Premier League, it wouldn’t be surprising if Klopp decided to rest a few key players for this fixture, or at least placed them on the bench.

How to watch the Europa League tie

TnT Sports will be broadcasting the match in the UK this evening. Kick off time is at 8PM.

You can also follow and go in play using Bet365’s live Championship service.

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Expect Toulouse to adopt a defensive approach, which might lead to a game with few goals. Nevertheless, Liverpool is still anticipated to secure a victory, even with a potentially weakened lineup.

In all competitions, Toulouse has seen fewer than 2.5 goals scored in seven of its matches, and fewer than 3.5 goals in ten. In their only similar challenge this season, the French squad secured a 1-1 draw at home against PSG and held Marseille to a 0-0 stalemate on the road.

Liverpool Team News

Andrew Robertson, Thiago Alcantara, and Stefan Bajcetic will be unavailable for Liverpool due to injuries. Although Cody Gakpo is back in training, his fitness levels are uncertain, making his inclusion in Thursday’s squad questionable.

Toulouse Team

Toulouse are also dealing with injury setbacks. Zakaria Aboukhlal and Oliver Zanden are both out of action, and there’s a significant uncertainty surrounding Ibrahim Cissoko’s chances of making it into the matchday squad.

Which way will the game go?

Le Tefece will likely adopt a defensive stance if Liverpool makes any tactical alterations to their usual attacking style. For the visitors, managing to secure a draw would be an excellent result as they aim to hold onto their second-place position in Group E.

Toulouse has been victorious in three of its last four matches, with under 3.5 goals proving to be a successful bet in each of those games.

Even though Liverpool’s matches are typically high-scoring affairs, Toulouse is expected to remain conservative in their approach, avoiding unnecessary risks even if they find themselves trailing.

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