Watch Roma vs Liverpool

Watch Roma vs Liverpool Online: Liverpool thrashed Roma 5-2 at Anfield last week to put one foot in the Champions League final in Kiev, Ukraine later this month. Roma will feel they are still in with a chance though, after pulling off a stunning comeback from 4-1 down to beat Barcelona in the quarter-finals.

Roma v Liverpool: Live stream Champions League football online or watch on TV with BT Sport
Find out how to watch a live stream of Roma v Liverpool or tune in on TV with BT Sport, as well as a match preview, team news, key stats and much more.

But how do eager fans get to watch the action as Liverpool look seal their place in the European Cup final? An in-depth preview of Roma and Liverpool’s Champions League clash in the Italian capital as both sides look for the result that will secure a final showdown against Real Madrid in Kiev. ‘Jurgen, I am going to ask a stupid question…’ – Klopp deals with bizarre Mo Salah query perfectly.

Roma v Liverpool live stream and TV coverage will be provided exclusively by BT Sport for the mouth-watering Champions League semi-final second leg fixture.

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The BT Sport app will also be carrying a Roma v Liverpool live stream from this time onwards, with the game available on the superb, feature-packed enhanced video player on both digital platforms.

On the app we will also be continuing our 360° offering, with in-game highlights available from the Stadio Olimpico to allow BT Sport customers to get closer to the action that ever before.

TV viewers, meanwhile, can tune in on BT Sport 2 or BT Sport 2 HD to watch the game in the company of Gary Lineker, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand.

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One man rightly stole the headlines – and not for the first time this season – in the wake of the first leg and that was of course Liverpool’s goal-machine Mo Salah.

If the Serie A outfit employ a similar tactic in the second leg it would be hard to bet against Liverpool scoring at least once and netting an all-important away goal.

The tie is far from over however. Roma have been here before and over-turned the odds.

Their 3-0 victory over European heavyweights Barcelona in the second leg of their quarter-final will serve as both inspiration for the home side and a warning for the Merseysiders.

Both manager Jurgen Klopp and captain Jordan Henderson stressed this just minutes after the final whistle at Anfield, so it is clearly something the Liverpool staff and players have discussed.

The two late away goals the Italians scored took the shine of what was a perfect European performance for the most part but will perhaps also sharpen focus.

With the tantalising reward of a Champions League final just 90 minutes away for both of these sides, it should be a gripping encounter for neutrals as well as fans of both sides.

The recently-crowned PFA Player of the Year returns to his former home when the Reds travel to the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday night, but if the Anfield performance is anything to go by he certainly won’t be easing off against old friends.

While the ‘Egyptian King’ was muted in his celebration of both goals in the first leg, he was relentless in his desire to hurt Roma all over the park and combined to devastating effect with his attacking partners.

Both Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino also got on the scoresheet, with the front three exploiting the visitors’ high line time and again – with Rio Ferdinand highly critical of Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco’s approach.

Liverpool host Roma in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday evening.

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated clash, manager Jurgen Klopp will be addressing the media at 2.30pm on Monday afternoon – and you can watch live coverage of his news conference on The Independent.

It’s set to be an entertaining presser, as Klopp is grilled on everything from Mohamed Salah’s PFA Player of the Year award to his preparations for the visit of Roma, who eliminated the much-fancied Barcelona in the previous round.

You can watch the video above, and in the meantime follow live build-up to the presser as well as the match itself with our Liverpool FC live blog below.

They’ll be showing the match live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 2 HD. Gary Lineker will front their coverage of the game. Former England internationals and Champions League winners Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand will be his studio guests.

What TV channel is Roma vs Liverpool on? BT Sport have exclusive broadcast rights to the game in the UK this evening.

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