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Manchester City v Liverpool, live stream, Jesus goal: UEFA Champions League, tv, updates, kick-off, Barcelona Roma

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LIVERPOOL have one foot in the UEFA Champions League final four but know that if any team can pull back their 3-0 lead, it is Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola’s side need to bounce back from back-to-back defeats against the Reds in Europe, and then Manchester United in the Premier League, a game which saw them miss the chance to seal the title against their bitter rivals.

Liverpool travel to Etihad Stadium with a three goal advantage from the first leg, and one away goal would require City to score five to prevail.

Roma face a similarly tough assignment when they return home to the Italian capital, behind 4-1 to Barcelona.

Watch the match live on beIN Sports 1 from 4.45am AEST, with Roma’s clash with Barcelona, on beIN Sports 3.

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EPL 2020: Tottenham to sign Vinicius from Benfica, Manchester United in talks over Ousmane Dembele, news, transfers, rumours, Premier League, Jadon Sancho

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Jose Mourinho is closing in on a desperately-needed new striker to support Harry Kane, while Manchester United are in talks with Barcelona over a winger as a potential alternative to top target Jadon Sancho.

Here’s all the latest transfer news!

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Carabao Cup draw: When is it? Who could Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal or Spurs face?

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The Carabao Cup fourth round unfolds this week but when is the draw for the quarter-finals and who could Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal or Tottenham face? Express Sport is on hand with everything you need to know for the Carabao Cup draw.

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Man Utd win over Brighton highlights more than one transfer concern for Ed Woodward

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Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward must address a couple of issues before next Monday’s transfer deadline.

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