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#1 » by Hotsaint Premium (β3301) » December 6th, 2017, 6:13 pm

Liverpool will be looking to top their Champions League group and secure their spot in the last 16 when they host Spartak Moscow on Wednesday.
Neither is assured yet for the Reds, although they currently sit in first place in Group E with nine points. They are one point ahead of Sevilla in second spot, while their opponents are in third place, three points behind Jurgen Klopp's side.
A draw will guarantee Liverpool a spot in the knockout stages and a win would make sure of top spot, while victory for Spartak Moscow will secure them a spot in the last 16.
Liverpool drew 1-1 with Spartak Moscow in their previous meeting
Klopp has spoken about his excitement for the clash and was relaxed when asked about the position Liverpool find themselves in.
"All the good and bad things that have happened brought us into this situation. If we win that's cool. I know a lot of people think we could already be through but that's not life," he said.
"Spartak could say the same. They gave four points away against Maribor. I am really looking forward to it. They are in a good moment and they have very important offensive players back.
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"It will be an exciting game. That's how Champions League should be. I cannot take it for granted and we have to prove our quality every day. Tomorrow is a very good match for us."
Team news
Adam Lallana, Joel Matip and Nathaniel Clyne will be sidelined for Liverpool but Joe Gomez and Ragnar Klavan are expected to return after illness.
For Spartak Moscow, Dmitri Kombarov will not be available after breaking a rib, while Jano Ananidze, Artem Timofeev and Georgi Tigiyev are also sidelined.
Liverpool were pegged back to a 3-3 draw in Sevilla last time out
However, Georgi Dzhikiya will return from suspension to feature against Liverpool.
Opta stats
Liverpool are unbeaten against Spartak Moscow in the Champions League (W2 D1) with their last encounter at Anfield ending in a 5-0 win for the Reds.
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last seven Champions League games although five of those have ended in a draw.
Spartak Moscow have won only six of their last 40 Champions League games (D8 L26). They have also failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 15 outings in the competition.
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