Liverpool are looking to register a fourth straight win in the English Premier League for the first time this season when they host Leicester City.

Liverpool can potentially go top of Group A if they can beat Rangers on Tuesday night in matchday 3 of the UEFA Champions League.

The reds are currently in second place with 3 points after a narrow 2-1 victory against Ajax a fortnight ago.

Rangers on the other hand are at the bottom of the group without a point, conceding 7 goals and scoring none.

Their win against Ajax last month represents Liverpool’s only win in their last 4 matches in all competitions.

With Napoli and Ajax facing each other back-to-back, Klopp will be targeting 6 points from their 2 matches against the Scottish league and Europa runners-up.

It is Rangers’ first appearance in the Champions League group stage in 12 years and have an uphill task this Tuesday.

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What time does Liverpool vs Rangers start?

The game kicks off at 10pm Kenyan time at Anfield.

Liverpool vs Rangers team news

Klopp is set to make a couple changes to the side that started in the 3-3 draw against Brighton over the weekend.

Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez and Harvey Elliott are all pushing for inclusion into the starting XI.

Diogo Jota is also expected to start in the final third alongside last season’s top scorer Mohamed Salah.

John Souttar, Tom Lawrence, Filip Helander, Jon McLaughlin, Nnamadi Ofoborth, Ianis Hagi and Kemar Roofe are all absent for the visitors.

Liverpool vs Rangers head to head

These sides have met twice in the past, either side winning one game.

Liverpool were 4-0 winners in 2008, before Rangers pulled off a 1-0 win three years later.

Liverpool vs Rangers current form

Both sides have won just 2 games in their last 5 matches, but the hosts have lost once, compared to Rangers’ 3 defeats.

Liverpool vs Rangers prediction

Despite their inconsistent run of form, Liverpool are tipped as favorites to win the game on the night.

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