Aleks Pihler to draw on Maribor's record when they face Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed Loris Karius will start in goal for Liverpool, and the Reds are also without Sadio Mane - who picked up a hamstring injury during the recent global break. And back-to-back matches against Slovenian champions Maribor present the Merseysiders with an ideal opportunity to strengthen their claim for progression to the knockout phase, before ending their campaign with a hard trip to Sevilla and home clash with Spartak Moscow. Defensively, Jurgen Klopp's side have been mistake-prone and have gifted their opponents several goals this season. With Philippe Coutinho back in the starting XI, following injury and transfer speculation, the Liverpool attack should be better and more stable. Indeed, one draw and a loss sees them sitting bottom of the group with just one point, although the group leaders in Sevilla only have three more points than them.

There's a huge night of European football ahead as Liverpool head to Slovenia for their match against NK Maribor. After 12 rounds Maribor with 28 points and goal difference 21-8 takes 2nd place in the national championship.

Liverpool enter Tuesday in second place on the Group E table with two points after draws in each of their first two matches.

What time does Maribor v Liverpool FC kick-off and which TV channel will be showing the Champions League clash? Live streaming is available on Fox Sports Go, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscription, either online or through their app. Maribor have won only one of their eight games against English opposition in all competitions (D2 L5), a 2-1 win against Wigan Athletic in the 2013/14 Europa League group stages.