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Match of the Day Live: Liverpool in Europe

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Liverpool v Rapid Bucharest
Live coverage of Liverpool's Uefa Cup first-round, second-leg tie against Romania's Rapid Bucharest at Anfield (kickoff 8.05pm).
After missing out on European football last season,
Liverpool will be keen to have a long run in the competition they have won twice before. Their last Uefa Cup campaign was two seasons ago when they were knocked out by Spain's Celta Vigo in the third round.
Manager Gerard Houllier will be looking to players of the quality of Michael Owen , Steven Gerrard , Dietmar Hamann and Markus Babbel for an improved showing this time round. Owen confirmed his liking for the international stage with a late equaliser for England against World and European champions France in Paris earlier in the month, and followed that up with a first half hat-trick against Aston Villa in the Premiership four days later.
Liverpool will be expected to finish off their opponents, but Rapid Bucharest have the potential to cause upset.
They earned their place in this season's competition with a 3-1 aggregate win over Armenians Mika Ashtarak in the qualifying round. Introduced by Gary Linekerwith Alan
Hansen and Mark Lawrenson. Commentary by John Motson and Trevor Brooking. See Choice.
Producer Paul McNamara : Editor Niall Sloane
Subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: Celta Vigo
Unknown: Gerard Houllier
Unknown: Michael Owen
Unknown: Steven Gerrard
Unknown: Dietmar Hamann
Unknown: Markus Babbel
Unknown: Mika Ashtarak
Introduced By: Gary Linekerwith Alan
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson.
Commentary By: John Motson
Commentary By: Trevor Brooking.
Producer: Paul McNamara
Editor: Niall Sloane

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Match of the Day Live: Liverpool in Europe

BBC One London, 28 September 2000 20.00






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