Liverpool faces Rangers in a huge battle between Britain, Ajax and Napoli in the first group of the Champions League

Liverpool avoided the big hitters but must face Rangers in Britain’s massive battle in the Champions League group stage.

Ajax and Napoli complete Group A as Jurgen Klopp’s men seek the best results from last season.

Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez hope to achieve Champions League goals

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Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez hope to achieve Champions League goalscredit: scientific

Liverpool were pulled out of Pot 2 and knew they could face a repeat of the painful final against Real Madrid in the groups.

However, the Reds will face the Dutch champions instead as well as strong Serie A side and Jerez, who beat PSV Eindhoven to qualify.

In contrast, Chelsea had an easy draw with AC Milan, Red Bull Salzburg and Dinamo Zagreb.

Tottenham will play Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt, Sporting Lisbon and Marseille in a tough group.

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The English Premier League champions Manchester City won Seville, Borussia Dortmund and Copenhagen.

Because of the World Cup in November, the six matches were crammed into three blocks of consecutive matches.

These games will take place on September 6/7, October 13/14, October 4 and 5, 11/12 and October 25 and 26 and November 1/2.

The final will be held on June 10 in Istanbul.

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Liverpool have won the European Cup six times, most recently beating Tottenham in Madrid in the 2019 final.

They came within 90 minutes of the seventh crown in May before falling to a goal by Vinicius Jr in a chaotic trip to Paris.

This season, they boast the added strength of striker Darwin Nunez who has signed a club record £84m – also joined by Fabio Carvalho.

However, Klopp’s side suffered a difficult start to the season with two draws and a defeat against troubled Manchester United to start their Premier League campaign.

Sadio Mane’s departure to Bayern Munich is being felt while Champions League champion Divock Origi has become perennial at AC Milan.

Rangers qualified by beating PSV Eindhoven in the play-off

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Rangers qualified by beating PSV Eindhoven in the play-offcredit: Getty



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