Liverpool host Villarreal this Wednesday (9pm) for the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals. Favorites against the little thumbs of the Last Four, the Reds could still aim for a quadruple history this season.
Liverpool are still in the running for a historic quadruple. Already victorious in the League Cup, Jurgen Klopp’s side could be aiming to add the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League to their list. Getting rid of Villarreal will already be necessary for European competition.
Semifinals at Villarreal, 2006
The semi-finals of the first leg will be held at Anfield this Wednesday. will be given at kick-off 21 hours And the match will be broadcast live The Indian Paper 1, The game will also be broadcast on Canal + Sport. The match will also be commented live on our site and broadcast over the radio over the RMC antennas.
Villarreal would play only the second semi-final in its history, after 16 years for the first time in 2006 in the wake of Juan Roman Requelme. The “yellow submarine”, led by Unai Emery, will not start as favorites against the Reds, with six Champions League matches on the clock, the last of which was achieved in 2019.
Villarreal, winners of the Europa League last season, defeated Juventus and then Bayern Munich in the first round. Seventh in La Liga, the Spanish club remains on a win against Valencia on 19 April. For their part, Liverpool are second in the Premier League and are in a fight with Manchester City for the title. The Reds dominated their derby against Everton on Sunday (2-0).