Liverpool is going to visit Bayern Munich after 0-0 draw at Anfield, today evening at 20:00(CET) at Allianz Arena.
These 2 giants have both been European champions 5 times, and with nothing to separate them after the 1st leg (0-0), both fancy their chances of a place in the Champions League quarter-finals. Bayern may have home advantage, but Liverpool know an away goal could be enough to progress.
Bayern are undefeated in the Champions League this season (W4, D3), and in all competitions are undefeated at home in their last 10 matches (W8, D2), which includes 5 clean sheets, an average of 2.9 goals scored, and 0.7 goals conceded per game.
Liverpool have lost all 3 of their Champions League away games this season, with 1 goal scored and 5 conceded. Overall however, they are in fine form and are undefeated in their last 10 competitive games (W5, D5), which includes 6 clean sheets, 19 scored and 7 conceded.
Perhaps surprisingly, the 1st leg was the 1st competitive head-to-head meeting since 2001 when Liverpool beat Bayern 3-2 to lift the UEFA Super Cup. From his time at Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp knows Bayern well, although his record against them shows he has often struggled to win (W9, D5, L16).