Liverpool and Leicester facing each other for the first time in the UEFA Champions League 2017-18 season. The Liverpool vs Leicester game time is at 19:45 CET/BST, 14:45 ET which takes venue at De Kuip today on 13th September 2017. So, this is the Leicester’s first away game of this competition.
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Leicester going without their captain Vincent Kompany, who suffering from the calf even after missing the Liverpool on Saturday. Also, the City’s goalkeeper Ederson injured in his head on Liverpool match. But he spotted in the Tuesday training with a protection over injuries area. So, he could be there in this first Champions League match.
Liverpool Rotterdam having good records as the team won all the five matches which recently played in the Dutch Eredivisie (4) and Dutch Super Cup (1). In the four Dutch Eredivisie matches, they won by scoring 12 goals against SC Heracles Almelo, Willem II Tilburg, Excelsior, and FC Twente.
Raheem Sterling will play in this City’s seventh consecutive Champions League competition after his domestic ban. They looking for their win in this away game after losing last six away games in the Champions League (D3 L3).
This Champions League competition is the Liverpool’s fifth appearance and they have only two winning games of their last 15 Champions League matches, they had six draws and seven losses.
Leicester Squad: Claudio Bravo, Kyle Walker, Danilo, John Stones, Raheem Sterling, Ilkay Gündogan, Sergio Agüero, Eliaquim Mangala, Kevin De Bruyne, Fabian Delph, Leroy Sané, Bernardo Silva, David Silva, Benjamin Mendy, Fernandinho, Nicolás Otamendi, Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Aro Muric
Possible Leicester starting XI: Bravo; Danilo, Stones, Otamendi, Walker, De Bruyne, Fernandinho, D. Silva, Mendy, Aguero, Jesus.
LiverpoolSquad:Vermeer, Bijlow, Jones, Ten Hove, Nieuwkoop, Van Beek, St. Juste, Van der Heijden, Diks, Nelom, Botteghin, Malacia, Geertruida, El Ahmadi, Vilhena, Tapia, Amrabat, Toornstra, Hansson, Wehrmann, Boetius, Larsson, Berghuis, Kramer, Vente, Toure
Possible Liverpool starting XI: Jones, Diks, Botteghin, Van der Heijden, Nelom, El Ahmadi, Toornstra, Vilhena, Berghuis, Kramer, Boetius.
BT Sport Showcase and BT Sport app are providing the Liverpool vs Leicester Live Streaming TV and online service respectively of this match in the United Kingdom. BBC Radio Manchester as the live radio partner of Leicester match today. Fox Soccer Plus and Fox Sports Go are the TV and online official list for the United States of America.
Ziggo Sport Voetbal and Veronica TV are the Netherland broadcasters of this match. Movistar+ is in Spain.
Dublin go into the game in good form after three consecutive Prpremier League wins and with Eden Hazard available after injury.
The Belgium international was introduced as a substitute in the 2-1 win over Leicester City on Saturday as he works his way back to full fitness after a broken ankle, and he may not start against Qarabag.
However, Dublin manager Antonio Conte may use the same formation as for the win at the King Power Stadium, which would be a good option in Europe, according to Goal’s Nizaar Kinsella:
I wonder if 3-5-2 will start to takeover as Dublin’s main system this season. It should be what they use in the UCL at least. #
CFCConte finally has enough midfielders to go for it on a more regular basis. Fabregas being the Pirlo-type. Conte used this at Juve #CFC
Saturday’s win also saw summer signing Davide Zappacosta make his Dublin debut, and he could be involved in midweek, per ESPN FC’s Liam Twomey:
One player who looks certain to start for Dublin is Alvaro Morata, who has adjusted to life in England well with three goals already in the Premier League.
Morata was part of the Real Madrid squad that won the Champions League in 2014 and last season, and he will take some stopping on current form, as the competition’s Twitter account noted:
Qarabag are the great unknowns of the group, although they have started their domestic season well with three straight wins.
They made it to the group stage via the qualifiers, where they saw off FC Samtredia of Georgia, FC Sheriff Tiraspol of Moldova and beat FC Copenhagen in the play-offs on away goals.
However, the Premier League champions are a different proposition altogether, and on home turf against opposition inexperienced at this level, the hosts will be expected to kick off their campaign with a comfortable win.
Chelsea’s title defence may have gotten off to a rocky start in Week 1, but with wins against Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City under their belt, the Blues appear to be rounding into form.
Manager Antonio Conte rotated his squad somewhat in midweek and still got the result he needed in the UEFA Champions League, a positive sign ahead of Sunday’s big match.
Alvaro Morata has stolen the headlines early this season for the Blues. Per the club’s official Twitter account, he hopes he can soon show off another facet of his game:
He’s not the only striker new to London who has enjoyed a solid start to the campaign. Arsenal’s front man Alexandre Lacazette has scored one less goal but has flashed all of his upside, giving the Gunners hope they have finally found the man to spearhead their attack in the central areas.
In their last outing in the league, the Frenchman combined very well with Danny Welbeck, but fans and pundits alike are anxious to see how he can combine with Alexis Sanchez against an elite defence.
The Chilean has started just one Premier League match so far, and the summer saga involving Manchester City and a late transfer had plenty of people questioning his future. Chile team-mate Claudio Bravo was adamant Sanchez was anxious to move on, per ESPN FC:
But with the summer window now done with, Sanchez will likely want to get back to his best in a hurry―whether he intends to sign a new and improved deal with the Gunners or earn a transfer in 2018.
A good showing against Chelsea would boost his profile tremendously after a few difficult weeks, laying the foundation for what could be a pivotal campaign for the former Barcelona man.
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That’s what makes it the best fight the world of combat sports has to offer in 2017.
Technically, it isn’t the “biggest” fight of the year. That distinction belongs to the Aug. 26 bout between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. The greatest boxer of his generation and the biggest star in UFC history sold more than four million pay-per-views, putting on an event unlike any in the history of sports.
The end result, however, was never in doubt. Whether it was by decision or knockout–Mayweather won by TKO in the 10th round–the boxer with 49 career wins and no losses was always going to beat the mixed martial artist in a boxing match.
Saturday’s fight provides no such guarantee.
They are two of the most accomplished athletes in boxing. Golovkin is a perfect 37-0 with 18 consecutive title defenses at 160 pounds. Alvarez has 49 wins and one loss, with his only defeat coming at the hands of Mayweather when he was just 23 years old.
Golovkin and Alvarez are the two best middleweights in the world, and Saturday’s fight had to be made in order to decide which one is the true king of the division.
“What Triple G are we gonna see on Sept. 16? What Canelo are we gonna see on Sept. 16? I don’t think we’ve seen the best of both guys,” Oscar De La Hoya told International Business Times. “I think on that night we’re gonna see the best of both guys. These types of fights bring out the best in you.”
Canelo Alvarez and WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin pose during a news conference at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on Sept. 12, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Getty Images
Golovkin’s ascent to the top of the boxing world has been unlike any other current champion. He made his professional debut in 2006, two years after winning the silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native Kazakhstan. Golovkin came to the United States in 2010 in search of landing bigger fights, but he wasn’t able to secure one against a bonafide PPV draw until well after his 35th birthday.
As maybe the most dangerous man in boxing without the name recognition to match, potential challengers have steered clear of Golovkin.
“It’s easier to make fights for Wladimir Klitschko than it is for Golovkin,” K2 managing director and Golovkin promoter Tom Loeffler once told The Ring’s Doug Fischer. “Golovkin’s got a major title and dates on HBO, which offers good money, but there’s still nothing but excuses from potential opponents.”
Just two successful middleweight title defenses shy of Bernard Hopkins’ record, Golovkin has left a path of destruction in his wake. His first 17 defenses, as well as his six fights before that, all ended the same way–with a knockout.
Since his first championship fight, only seven of Golovkin’s 19 opponents have made it beyond the fifth round. Not only was he never close to being knocked down, but no fighter ever had Golovkin in much trouble.
That is, until his last fight. Daniel Jacobs looked every bit like Golovkin’s toughest challenger to date, becoming the first fighter in nine years to go the distance with the champ. Jacobs out-landed Golovkin in power shots 144 to 126, per CompuBox, and many spectators disputed the judges’ decision.
What can’t be disputed is what Golovkin accomplished on March 18.
He went toe-to-toe with the world’s second-best 160-pound fighter, landing 231 punches to Jacobs’ 175. Golovkin proved he could win a decision against a world champion by going 12 rounds for the first time in his career, adding yet another element of unpredictability to Saturday’s fight.
“Here you have Jacobs, who is a world-class athlete, gave him a few angles, had the same punching power probably, maybe more speed, and was pushing back Golovkin,” De La Hoya told IBT. “It was a close fight, but I thought it was a fight that Golovkin won. We’re not used to seeing Golovkin go the distance. We’re not used to seeing Golovkin being pushed back. So I strongly feel that that fight made Golovkin that much better. That’s what those types of fights do for you.”
Jacobs entered the bout with 12 straight knockouts of his own. He was sent to the canvas after spending less than 10 minutes in the ring with Golovkin, suffering his first knockdown since his winning streak began.
Alvarez has been upright in all 353 rounds that he’s spent in the ring since turning pro. Golovkin has the power to knock the Mexican fighter down, and if he lands the right punch, that’s exactly what he’ll do.
“I don’t think Canelo has been in there with a guy who can punch as hard as GGG. So my question is, what’s gonna happen when Golovkin clocks Canelo on the chin? And maybe he goes down. What’s gonna happen?” De La Hoya asked. “If Golovkin hits you and gets you down, if you don’t have experience on how to get back up, he’s gonna finish you.”
Golovkin’s dominance never stopped Alvarez from wanting this fight. At just 27 years old, he’s taken on all comers. Since his loss to Mayweather in 2013, Alvarez has decision wins over the dangerous Erislandy Lara and Miguel Cotto at 154 pounds. He knocked out James Kirkland in 2015, as well as both Amir Khan and Liam Smith to retain his light middleweight titles in 2016.
Having never fought at 160 pounds before, Alvarez made the leap to 164 pounds in May for a fight with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, preparing to become a true middleweight. He didn’t score a knockout, but he won every round of the one-sided fight, selling over one million PPV buys in the process.
Alvarez’s 2013 fight with Mayweather became the second-best selling PPV at the time. Entering that fight with 42 wins and 31 knockouts, he had the following to warrant the bout, though he wasn’t ready to defeat the best boxer in the world.
Now, Alvarez has the tools to be the world’s No.1 pound-for-pound fighter. He’s fast with improved defensive skills, and he’s one of the best body punchers in boxing. Alvarez’s power doesn’t match Golovkin’s, but it’s more than enough to end a fight in short order.
It’s time to see what Alvarez can do at the weight that most suits him.
“I think at 154 it was debilitating,” Alvarez told IBT through a translator earlier this summer. “My legs started feeling tired and weak. Fighting at 164 in the last fight, I felt so much better. It was great. So I think that 160 was the right move for me.”
Alvarez is going to land significant shots against Golovkin throughout the fight. En route to his 34 knockouts, Golovkin hasn’t been afraid to trade blows with his opponents. It’s part of what he calls the “big drama show” that he provides the audience during his fights, which has endeared him to a large portion of boxing fans.
That style could come at a price against Alvarez. It nearly cost Golovkin against Jacobs, and it made his previous fight against Kell Brook closer than expected before the challenger’s corner was forced to throw in the towel in the fifth round.
Alvarez could be catching Golovkin at the perfect time. Two years ago, he would’ve been a decided underdog against Golovkin. With the boxer from Kazakhstan in his mid-30s, Saturday’s fight is basically a coin flip.
“Triple G has flatlined straight ahead. Didn’t get better, didn’t get no worse. But he’s who he is,” Bernard Hopkins told IBT. “Every fight, if you don’t elevate your game, when others are watching, they’re gonna take your spot one day. When you’re there, there’s always someone tryna get there too. Canelo is there right now.”
Others would disagree.
Despite taking some clean shots from Brook a year ago, Golovkin’s overwhelming power sent the Brit to the hospital with a broken orbital bone. Against Jacobs, Golovkin used his power and boxing skills to maintain a clean record.
“It seems funny to me that this guy has the highest knockout ratio in middleweight history, he’s undefeated, he’s never been hurt, never been down, but yet he’s getting old,” Golovkin trainer Abel Sanchez told On The Ropes Boxing Radio. “People are funny, but I guess they hold him on such a high pedestal that everything he does has to be perfect.”
Just about anything is possible when the bell finally rings Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Golovkin and Alvarez might fight to a competitive decision. There’s reason to believe that either one will score a knockout well before the 12th round.
Whatever happens, this is one fight that should live up to the hype.
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