On 03.11.2020, Bergamo and Liverpool will cross swords in the Champions League. The referee will get the game underway at 21:00. As usual for Bergamo home games, the match will be played on Tuesday in the Atleti Azzurri d’Italia. The actual 2nd placed team is facing the table-toppers. Current statistics of Atalanta Bergamo Atalanta Bergamo recently played a match 2:2 against Ajax. The home team has won 1 out of 3 matches in the past six months. In front of their home crowd, Bergamo was able to win zero games, 1 times the duel ended with a tie and one game was lost. In the current season, Bergamo won 0% (0 out of 2) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 1 times the guests took all points. In total, Bergamo has won 1 out of 3 season games. While it was enough to draw one game, one match ended without points. More goals are scored by Gian Piero Gasperini’s team in the first half. According to current statistics, Bergamo will score 1,50 goals in each home game and will concede 2,00 goals, which is 3,50 goals in total per game in front of their own fans. Last season, Atalanta Bergamo scored an average of 2,00 goals at home. At the same time, the team conceded 1,00 goals in their own stadium. Home games usually ended 4:1, 2:0 or 1:1 in the previous season. In the current season, the most frequent result in home matches was 2:2, 1:2. Current statistics of Liverpool FC Liverpool last won 2:0 against Midtjylland. This season, the team has been able to win 1 out of 1 matches in away stadiums (100%). During that period Liverpool won one away game while the team lost zero games at away stadiums and zero matches ended in a draw. In the running season, coach Jurgen Klopp’s team have scored an average of 1,00 goals per away game, mostly after the break of the match. On average, 1,00 goals are scored when Liverpool plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Liverpool averaged 1,50 goals for and 1,00 against in away stadiums. As the away team last season, the side’s game most often ended 0:1, 2:0 or 4:1. Liverpool’s away games this season have ended primarily 1:0.