- Liverpool have already reached the last-16 of the Champions League as group winners
- Jurgen Klopp will look to put more and more prominent men to rest in San Siros
- Six matches in the group stage decider will begin at 8PM GMT
- The latest Champions League news, including live action and results
- READ: Champions League permutations – how the groups currently stand
Liverpool will be looking for a win to complete an impressive group stage performance as they take on AC Milan at the San Siro in a huge Champions League clash.
The Reds have won all five of their group matches so far, and are already assured of going as group winners as they still take on an Italian side to secure a last-16 spot.
Follow SportsMail’s Dan Ripley for live Champions League coverage, including build-up, updates and scorelines as Groups B, C and D come to a fascinating close.
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Champions League status: Barcelona in great danger of crashing OUT, Chelsea still have work to do to secure top spot, and prepare for an epic finale involving Atletico Madrid, AC Milan and Porto Get what everyone is fighting to go through.
As mentioned it is the start of the final round of group stage matches, everything should be decided this week.
To get you up to speed, here’s how each group lands.
two matches already in the second half you can follow live hereBut here are the six matches to end on the final night of the group stage drama.
AC Milan make four changes from the weekend, they are one of the first to see veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic return to the squad.
Liverpool fielded only three of the team, which defeated Wolves 1–0, thanks to a last-gasp Divock Origi effort that comes with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah in the line-up, including Alisson Molyneux. The only other player to start in
Megan, Kalulu, Tomori, Romagnoli, Hernandez, Casey, Tonli, Krunic, Messias Jr., Diaz, Ibrahimovic.
Allison, Williams, Phillips, Konate, Simikas, Morton, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino, Mane, Salah, Origi.
Although it’s actually most weekends at the moment anyway.
With Liverpool still having already qualified for the Champions League last-16, there is nothing but a 100 percent record for them in the group stage this evening, as I am on our live of the Reds’ journey to AC Welcome to Coverage. Milan.