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The Singapore National Stadium will host a clash of the titans on Wednesday at noon when Liverpool and Bayern Munich square off in a thrilling friendly.

Recently, Jurgen Klopp’s team destroyed Leicester City 4-0 in Kallang, and the German champions finished their visit to Japan with a 1-0 victory over Kawasaki Frontale.

Two months after defeating Leicester with three unanswered goals at the King Power, Liverpool’s dominance over their Championship rivals was still evident in Singapore, where a first-half barrage put the Reds on their way to a convincing victory.

Before the half, Darwin Nunez, Bobby Clark, and Diogo Jota made the net tremble, and in the second half, rising Scottish winger Ben Doak added his name to the scoresheet as Liverpool continued their extraordinary trend of scoring four goals in every preseason game they have played so far this summer.

The Reds also scored four goals in their two exhibition matches against Greuther Furth and Karlsruher SC in Germany, albeit they were forced to settle for a 4-4 draw against the latter. However, few people are expecting the Reds to score four goals again against the defending champions of Germany.

However, Klopp is observing freshcomers As Fabinho gets ready to join Jordan Henderson in Saudi Arabia, Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister settle in quickly to life in the Liverpool engine room. Meanwhile, negotiations on a transfer for Romeo Lavia are reportedly ongoing in the background.

Before finishing their summer exhibition schedule against Darmstadt 98 at Deepdale on August 7, the exciting game on Wednesday will be Liverpool’s final friendly away from English soil. Klopp’s team will then try to give Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino a harsh welcome back to life in England during their Premier League opener on August 13.

Liverpool scored 12 goals in preseason, which is impressive but overshadowed by Bayern’s opening 27-0 thrashing of ninth-tier FC Rottach-Egern. Thomas Tuchel’s team has subsequently failed to establish their authority in a pair of Japan-based matches.

In fact, the Bavarians fell short in a 2-1 loss to Manchester City on July 26, three days before a Tokyo match with J1 League heavyweights Kawasaki Frontale, when Bayern’s sole victory came from a second-half goal by Josip Stanisic.

The German champions have not had enough time to recover from their exertions as they board the trip to Singapore for their fourth exhibition game of the summer, as Tuchel bemoaned his team’s pre-season tiredness as an explanation for their poor performance.

Bayern’s final two preseason opponents will be Monaco and Weinbeisser Kaltern. The Bundesliga champions may or may not start their latest title defense with Harry Kane leading the way as club executives work to placate ruthless Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.

Liverpool and Bayern, longtime rivals at the top level of European football, have actually fought out five draws in their nine competitive matches, but Liverpool prevailed 3-1 in their most recent encounter.

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