Liverpool face Ajaxin their latest UEFA Champions League fixture and it will be shown live on TV.

The Reds host the Dutch outfit at Anfield in the penultimate game of the group stage and they need  to win to secure their place in the knockout stages.

Jurgen Klopp will be hoping to get back to winning ways following the disappointing loss against Atalanta in their last game in the competition and being held to a draw against Brighton in the Premier League at the weekend.

LFC are still top of Group D but only two points separate them and their next opponents. A win against Ajax will be enough to see them qualify but defeat could complicate matters.

Supporters are still not yet permitted inside every stadium to watch their teams play in the European competition although restrictions following the coronavirus pandemic around social distancing are to due to change this month.

UEFA announced some would be permitted to allow a return of fans at 30% of a venue's normal capacity but this is subject to local authorities and no away fans are permitted until further notice.

No fans will be inside Anfield on Tuesday and supporters will hope the Reds can make it to the knockout stages so they can get a chance for a European night in person this season.

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It means fans will have to watch on and support from home and fortunately, every Champions League fixture will be broadcast live although fans will have to make sure they have the right subscription .

Liverpoolv Ajax will kick off at 8pm on Tuesday December 1 and will be shown live on BT Sport.

BT Sport secured a £1.2bn exclusive rights deal to show the elite competition live until 2024 and it will show the latest LFC game on BT Sport 2 HD with a number of other group fixtures on other channels. 

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For those unable to choose just one game to focus on, the BT Sport Goals Show will be on BT Sport 1 HD from 8pm and will provide updates and analysis on every fixture being played tonight including the Reds.

Fans will also be able to use the BT Sport app to stream the match providing they have the right subscription.

The BT Sport app is available on some smart TVs, most tablets and smart phones as well as games consoles Xbox One, PS4 and the NOWTV hub or stick.

EE customers can also access BT Sport on their phone or other devices by signing up to the relevant add on with their phone or broadband plan, just text Sport to 150 for more details.

Highlights are expected to be made available to watch on BT Sport's YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.