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[WATCHLIVE]UPDATES]Liverpool vs LASK LIVE Broadcast Free ON Tv Channel 30. 11. 2023


Liverpool vs. LASK LIVE STREAM (11/30/23): Watch UEFA Europa League online | Time, TV, channel. Liverpool faces LASK in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, Nov.30, 2023 (11/30/23) at Anfield in Liverpool, England.


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Liverpool are back in Europa League action as they host Austrian side LASK an Anfield this evening hoping to get back to winning ways after a shock defeat to Toulouse in their last European outing.


The Reds are top of Group E with nine points from their four matches and have a two-point buffer over the French side in second. Jurgen Klopp will have his sights set on topping the table and moving straight into the round of 16. Victory tonight would secure Liverpool’s place in that stage if Toulouse also lose to Union Saint-Gilloise but that is not a guarantee.


First the need to get past LASK who are currently third in the Austrian Bundesliga. They will come to Anfield with some confidence having beaten Union Saint-Gilloise 3-0 last time out but that was their first win of the Europa League this season. Can they cause a shock on Merseyside tonight?


Here’s what you need to know:


What: UEFA Europa League


Who: Liverpool vs. LASK


When: Thursday, Nov.30, 2023


Time: 3 p.m.


Where: Anfield


The Europa League and Europa Conference League competitions have reached the next-to-last round of group games.


Here are some talking points ahead of Thursday’s matches:


WINNING THE GROUP


In the Champions League, winning the group is regarded as important to secure a home match in the second leg of the round of 16. In the Europa League, finishing in first place ensures a team skips a round of games. The eight group winners earn a direct place in the last 16 of the competition whereas finishing in second place only gets a team a playoff match against the clubs who drop into the Europa League as third-place finishers in Champions League groups. This season, that could easily be the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United or Newcastle. Liverpool — the top team in the competition at this stage — could qualify as group winner by beating LASK at home, while Bayer Leverkusen and Atalanta will seal first place in their group with wins over Hacken and Sporting, respectively.


ISRAEL TEAMS


Maccabi Haifa (Europa League) and Maccabi Tel-Aviv ( Europa Conference League) have only been able to play in their European competitions since the Israeli league was suspended in early October due to the country’s conflict with Hamas in Gaza. Maccabi Haifa returned to domestic action on Saturday for the first time since Oct. 1, beating Hapoel Petah Tikva 2-1 in a match played behind closed doors because of security concerns. The league will resume in full at the weekend. Maccabi Haifa, in last place in its group, will “host” Rennes at the Puskas Arena in Budapest on Thursday because Israel is not allowed to stage any UEFA-sanctioned matches. Maccabi Tel-Aviv is second in its Europa Conference League group ahead of a match against Breidablik in Iceland.


BELGIUM’S CHANCE


Belgian clubs are quietly having a lot of success in European competitions this season. Three clubs in the Europa Conference League are all unbeaten through four rounds. Club Brugge and Gent top their groups and Genk is third, two points behind Fiorentina before facing the group leader in Italy. There is a longer-term collective reward in sight. Belgium and Turkey started the week in line to earn bonus entries in the revamped 36-team Champions League next season. UEFA will give two of the four extra entries to the countries whose teams combine for the highest average of UEFA ranking points this season. Each win or draw this season for a Belgian club can help ensure the domestic league runner-up this season enters the next Champions League directly, and that a third team will join the qualifying rounds. Brugge is at Besiktas on Thursday and Gent hosts Zorya Luhansk.


JOINING PLZEN


Viktoria Plzen is the only team so far to be guaranteed first place in its group in the third-tier Conference League. Club Brugge, PAOK, Fenerbahçe, Fiorentina, Gent, Legia Warsaw and Lille lead their respective groups and could also clinch top spot with one game to spare. A first-place finish earns a direct spot in the last 16, while finishing in second takes clubs into a playoff with third-place finishers in the Europa League.


Diaz opens the scoring with a well worked goal. The hosts work the ball from the left to the right with the goalscorer finding Gomez on the right. The Colombian makes a late run into the box and Gomez’s cross finds Diaz’s head and the attempt gives Lawal no chance in the LASK goal.


Gakpo is played in in the inside-left channel in the box, his first touch isn’t great and the ball gets stuck underneath him explaining why the shot goes well over the bar. Better from the hosts.


Gakpo, Diaz and Salah exchange passes in the area before running out of road. LASK then counter at pace down the left with Zulj and Bello, they do well to earn a corner. Liverpool clear the danger from the set piece


Jurgen Klopp was expected to make a few changes but perhaps not as many as the nine he has made tonight. Kostas Tsimikas and Mohamed Salah are the only men to keep their place from the starting XI that drew 1-1 with Man City on Saturday. Caoimhin Kelleher starts in goal as expected with Alisson out injured. The bench is impressive so in the case of a shock the cavalry can come on and help out.

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