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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. It can be done!

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    On only three previous occasions has a team been eliminated from a Champions League knockout tie having won the first leg by three or more goals.

    BUT, the last occasion was Barcelona against Roma in last season’s quarter-final (4-1 first leg, 0-3 second leg).

    Find the Peter Drury commentary NOW!

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    Jamie Carragher
    Image caption: Origi and Sturridge?

    Wherever you are, whatever you are doing tonight, we want to hear from you.

    Can Liverpool do it? If so, what must happen?

    Are they going to get stuffed? Who are favourites to win the title...?

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  3. Impenetrable

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Liverpool haven’t conceded a Champions League goal at Anfield in 367 minutes, since Kylian Mbappe scored for Paris St-Germain in September.

    The Reds haven’t kept five consecutive home clean sheets in the European Cup/Champions League since October 1984.

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    SMS Message: Tonight is an opportunity for Liverpool to restore some pride with a win on the night, but let's not kid ourselves. The odds of Barcelona not scoring and conceding 3 over 120 minutes are about as close to zero as you can possibly get from Daniel
    Daniel
  5. Man in form (when has ever been out of form?)

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi, who was rested at the weekend, is La Liga's top scorer with 34 goals, including the title-clinching winner against Levante.

    He has 31 in his last 28 games for Barcelona and 19 in his last 17. He has 27 goals in 26 club games across all competitions in 2019.

    NOT BAD.

  6. Tune in

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

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    There's full radio commentary tonight too. Just press play at the top of the screen a little later.

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    SMS Message: I'm a Liverpool fan but talk of us getting through is just ridiculous. Messi is the GOAT and will definitely score from Aayush, London
    Aayush, London
    SMS Message: In the past Klopp asked for believers, tonight Anfield will be full of us. Alas I will only be watching in the pub. Rhian Brewster to come on and play a blinder, with tomorrow's headlines proclaiming the heir to Messi's crown. Liverpool to go on and take the win in Madrid. We are Liverpool and we Believe. from Gordon
    Gordon
    SMS Message: Regardless if Liverpool score three, Messi will definitely score or assist for an away goal and make it impossible for Liverpool to win. from Ben, Windsor
    Ben, Windsor
  8. Suarez won't celebrate

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Luis Suatrez

    Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he will not celebrate if he scores at Anfield.

    Suarez, who left Liverpool in 2014 after three-and-a-half seasons, scored and then celebrated in Barcelona's 3-0 first-leg win at the Nou Camp.

    The Uruguayan apologised for celebrating last week and says he "respects" Liverpool fans.

    "I think people know the work I did here," said Suarez.

    "I think there will be more applause than whistles. There may be quite a few who are not happy but I think there will be more who are happy and grateful."

  9. Post update

    Only an hour and a bit until we get team news. Hopefully.

    Nothing like an extended build-up...

  10. Chasing a place in history...

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Pichi Alonso
    Image caption: Pichi Alonso's hat-trick saw Barcelona come from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Gothenburg in 1986. They then won on penalties (this image is not from that game but there's only so many images of Pichi Alonso in the archives)

    Liverpool are looking to become only the third team in the history of the European Cup/Champions League to come from three goals down after the first leg of a semi-final and progress to the final, after Panathinaikos in 1970-71 and Barcelona in 1985-86.

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    SMS Message: Liverpool have a chance tonight, of course they do. Is it possible? Yes. Is it likely? No. If Barcelona score then it's game over. Liverpool need to focus on scoring and keeping the defence tight. The issue is how much will Liverpool struggle to score without Salah, Firmino or Keita? from James
    James
  12. Bad on the road but good in England...

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Old Trafford goal

    Barcelona have won just five of their last 18 away Champions League knockout ties (W5 D4 L9), but four of those five victories have come in England (two vs Man City, one vs Arsenal and Man Utd), with the other against PSG in April 2015.

  13. Post update

    Leh

    Exotic location of the day: may be hard to beat Leh in the Himalayas. Liverpool have a mountain to climb tonight - any tips?

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    Eye Bee: I don't think Liverpool can do it. To score 3 goals without one of the best players in the world in Salah it's a big ask. Lot of pressure on Mané tonight

    Richard Duncombe: landed in Leh, India at 3,500m today and can’t sleep due to a fantastic altitude headache. Great excuse for al all-night UCL sesh!

  15. Give youth a chance?

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Rhian Brewster

    Teenage Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster is "ready" to play tonight, according to manager Jurgen Klopp.

    The Reds are without injured forwards Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, which may mean Brewster starts.

    "He's ready. There is a big chance. It's nearly sure. It's guaranteed," said Klopp of Brewster's involvement.

    "The situations are always like this. In an ideal world, in a season you always have much more players than you can involve in a squad.

    "When you're on the bench, you are an option to play."

    Start? Would be a massive call...

  16. Which is the greatest Champions League comeback?

    Steven Gerrard

    Hello!

    Liverpool have mounted a salvage job or two of their own down the years of course.

    But what's the best comeback? You can have your say here.

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    Jamie Carragher
    Image caption: Origi and Sturridge?

    Wherever you are, whatever you are doing tonight, we want to hear from you.

    Can Liverpool do it? If so, what must happen?

    Are they going to get stuffed? Who are favourites to win the title...?

    Tweet us at #bbcfootball or text us on 81111 (UK Only)

  18. Vulnerable on the road?

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Alisson
    Image caption: Alisson was in the Roma team which came from 4-1 down to knock Barca out last season

    Barcelona are a very good side but they are not the great side they once were. In the last five seasons they have lost knockout games on the road to Roma, Paris St-Germain, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich.

    Cliche alert but it's all about the first goal isn't it?

  19. The impossible job?

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    Liverpool have it all to do tonight.

    They must score three times (at least) against Barcelona without two of their first-choice front three.

    And they must not concede an away goal to a team led by the best player ever to walk the earth.

    Lionel Messi
    Image caption: Steve McManaman still thinks Alisson should have saved this

    It's very much a tough ask.

    And yet - not impossible.

  20. Can it be done?

    Liverpool v Barcelona (20:00 BST, Agg: 0-3)

    No Salah.

    No Firmino.

    No Keita.

    Mo Salah

    No chance?

    Jurgen Klopp