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Liverpool vs Roma

Europe Champions League – Semifinal



Liverpool is undefeated in last 7 matches in all competitions. Their defence has been a strength as they have kept eight clean sheets in all competitions since a 2-2 draw with Spurs in early February. Roma, meanwhile, managed to shut out Barcelona during their 3-0 win in the last round and relying on the strong defence, has limited opponents during this Champions League campaign. Don’t expect too much goalmouth action.


Liverpool vs Roma News, Stats & Facts

  • This is the sixth European meeting between Liverpool and Roma and the first since March 2002 in the second group stage of the Champions League – of the previous five, Liverpool has won two, with two draws and one Roma win.
  • Liverpool is yet to lose to Roma in the European Cup/Champions League in three meetings (W1 D2), with one of those draws in 1984 final, which Liverpool won 4-2 on penalties in the Stadio Olimpico.
  • This is Liverpool’s 10th appearance in the semi-final of the European Cup/Champions League – they’ve progressed to the final on seven of the previous nine occasions, losing only in 1964-65 against Internazionale and in 2007-08 against Chelsea.
  • Roma is appearing in their first European semi-final for 27 years when they faced Brøndby in the UEFA Cup in 1990-91. Their only previous European Cup/Champions League semi-final was in 1983-84 when they eliminated Dundee United to face Liverpool in the final.
  • Liverpool hasn’t won the first leg of a European semi-final in any of their last seven attempts (D3 L4) since a 4-0 win over Panathinaikos in the European Cup in 1984-85.
  • The Reds have scored 33 goals in this season’s competition, the most by an English team in a single Champions League campaign.
  • Roma has won just one of their last 14 away Champions League games (D5 L8), a 2-1 win at Qarabag earlier this season.
  • The Yellow and Reds have also won just one of their 19 European away matches in England (D7 L11), although that win was at Anfield in February 2001 in the UEFA Cup – current manager Eusebio Di Francesco was an unused sub in that game.


Verdict: Total Goals Under 3.25



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