The Reds will host the Danish team in the second game of the group stage and the first game of the season at Anfield.
Liverpool will meet FC Midtjylland in the final match of the UEFA Champions League, which will be broadcast live on television.
All the information Liverpool fans need to watch the last Champions League match live on TV
Supporters are still not allowed to see their teams in every stadium during the European competition, as restrictions due to social distancing still exist after the coronavirus pandemic.
As Atalanta won 4-0 against the Super League team on the first day of the game, the LFC is aiming for a similar goalscoring record to secure a place at the top of the group.
Jurgen Klopp hopes to maintain the perfect start to the competition after his team went out with all three points and a clean sheet after Ajax’s 1-0 win last week.
There will be no fans in Anfield.
Follow the LIVE updates from Liverpool against FC Mdtjylland in our matchday blog here
UEFA announced that some of them would allow fans to return to 30% of the normal capacity of a venue, but this is subject to local authorities and until further notice no away fans are allowed.
Liverpool will open on Tuesday 27 October at 20:00 and will be broadcast live on BT Sport.
This means fans will have to watch the match from home, but fortunately every Champions League match will be broadcast live, although fans will need to ensure they have the right subscription.
BT Sport has secured an exclusive £1.2 billion contract to broadcast the elite competition live until 2024, and will show the latest LFC game on BT Sport 2 HD, as well as a range of other group games on other channels.
For those who can’t pick just one game to focus on, the BT Sport Goals Show will be available on BT Sport 1 HD from 8pm, providing updates and analysis on every match tonight, including the Reds.
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The BT Sport app is available on some smart TVs, most tablets and smart phones, and on Xbox One, PS4 and NOWTV Hub or Stick game consoles.
Fans can also use the BT Sport app to stream the game, provided they have the right subscription.
The highlights are expected to appear on BT Sport’s YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
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