Champions League LIVE: Updates and scores from Groups B, C and D

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LIVE: AC Milan vs Liverpool – Origi starts with Salah and Mane as Reds look to maintain 100% record… while Atletico must win and Real Madrid and Inter battle for top spot

  • Liverpool are already through to the Champions League last-16 as group winners
  • Jurgen Klopp will look to rest as many key men as he can at the San Siro 
  • Six matches will kick off from 8pm GMT in group stage deciding fixtures
  • Latest Champions League news, including live action and results 
  • READ: Champions League permutations – how the groups currently stand 

Liverpool will be looking for a win to complete a perfect group stage performance as they take on AC Milan at the San Siro in a huge Champions League clash.

The Reds have won all five of their group matches so far, and are assured to go through as group winners already as they take on an Italian side still looking to secure a last-16 place.

Follow Sportsmail’s DAN RIPLEY for live Champions League coverage, including build-up, updates and scorelines as groups B, C and D come to an enticing close. 

Host commentator

AC Milan make four changes from the weekend, they key one among those seeing veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returning to the side.

Liverpool only field three of the team that defeated Wolves 1-0 thanks to a last gasp Divock Origi effort who comes into the line-up alongside Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, with Alisson the only other player to start at Molineux.

Maignan, Kalulu, Tomori, Romagnoli, Hernandez, Kessie, Tonali, Krunic, Messias Junior, Diaz, Ibrahimovic.

Alisson, Williams, Phillips, Konate, Tsimikas, Morton, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino, Mane, Salah, Origi.

Although in truth that’s most weekends anyway at the moment.

Still with Liverpool already qualified for the last-16 of the Champions League there is nothing on the line for them this evening aside from a 100 per cent record in the group stage, as I welcome you to our live coverage of the Reds trip to AC Milan.

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