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FIFA Club World Cup, Liverpool vs Monterrey Match


Liverpool vs Monterrey
FIFA Club World Cup
Date: Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Kick-off at 19:30 UK/ 20:30 CET
Venue: Education City Stadium .

Monterrey vs Liverpool predictions for Wednesday’s Fifa Club World Cup match at Khalifa International Stadium. Read on for our free FIFA Club World Cup predictions and betting tips.

C.F. Monterrey Team News, Updates and Facts

Monterrey Team News

Antonio Mohamed is missing both Aviles Hurtado and Vincent Janssen due to injuries for this clash with the European champions.

Monterrey Key Man

No, not that Funes Mori, Reds fans.  The one we’re talking about here is Rogerio.  He’s a hard worked up front, but he’s not without a ton of skill.  He’s scored some big goals for them in all sorts of competitions, including one in the win over Al Sadd to book their place in this fixture.  Midfielder Carlos Rodriguez will also come into this match in good form.  He assisted on their opening goal and also grabbed one of his own, the one that ultimately proved to be the winner.

Monterrey Team Form

Monterrey have four wins and a draw in their last five matches:

3-2 win vs Al Sadd (FCW)
0-1 win at Necaxa (Liga MX)
2-1 home win vs Necaxa (LMX)
1-1 draw at Santos Laguna (LMX)
5-2 home win vs Santos Laguna (LMX)

Monterrey Predicted Starting Line up

Expected Line up: 4-2-3-1

C.F. Monterrey likely XI

  • Goalkeeper:Barovero
  • Defenders:Medina, Montes, Sanchez, Vangioni
  • Defensive Midfielders:Rodriguez, Gonzalez
  • Attacking Midfielders:Pabon, Pizarro, Gallardo
  • Forwards:Funes Mori

Liverpool Team News, Updates and Facts

Liverpool Team News

Jurgen Klopp has a bit of a growing list of injuries to account for.  Defenders Joel Matip and Dejan Lovren remain out, while midfielders Fabinho and Gini Wijnaldum join them as watching parties.  Some of their team will travel following a match with Aston Villa, though they probably will play no role.

Liverpool Key Man

Suddenly, Mo Salah has surged his way back into form.  The Egyptian had been having a bit of a down time, for his standards, but two goals in each of his last two matches, some ridiculous ones, too, will have him relishing his chances to continue those exploits here in this match.  In midfield, Naby Keita will also look to follow up some strong showings.  He’s had a slow burn of it at Anfield, but he’s starting to find his feet and will be hoping to impress once more here in Qatar.

Liverpool Team Form

Liverpool have won each of their last five matches:

2-0 home win vs Watford (EPL)
0-2 win at RB Salzburg (UCL)
0-3 win at Bournemouth (EPL)
5-2 home win vs Everton (EPL)
2-1 home win vs Brighton (EPL)

Liverpool Predicted Starting Line up

Expected Line up: 4-3-3

Liverpool likely XI

  • Goalkeeper:Alisson
  • Defenders:Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, van Dijk, Robertson
  • Midfielders:Henderson, Milner, Keita
  • Forwards:Salah, Firmino, Mane