Liverpool’s pre-season preparations continue on Thursday afternoon with two 60 minute games against Bologna in France.
The Reds had been training in Austria and have now moved over to France as Jurgen Klopp prepares his side for another assault on the Premier League title.
Klopp is slowly welcoming his players back from their holidays after international duty thanks to Euro 2020 and the Copa America extending breaks away from the club in the close season.
The start of the Premier League season is now less than two weeks away, with Liverpool taking on Norwich on 14 August.
When are Liverpool playing Bologna?
Liverpool play two 60 minute matches against Bologna in Evian, France on Thursday 5 August, kicking-off at 3pm and 5pm UK time.
How to watch Liverpool vs Bologna
You will have to sign up to LFCTV to watch the matches, which is normally £4.99-a-month, but you can sign up for a month for free with the code on the website.
Coverage starts at 2pm.
Jurgen Klopp confirmed that Brazilian trio Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino will all play at least some minutes for the first time in pre-season.
Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez returned from their lengthy knee injuries in the friendly against Hertha Berlin last week and should feature again.
New signing Ibrahima Konate will be involved but Thiago Alcantra is out with a minor injury.
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