Liverpool vs Manchester United: Premier League: How and where to watch
All the information on how and where to watch the big game at Anfield: Premier League leaders Liverpool take on eternal foes Manchester United on Sunday 19 January 2020.
Follow the live coverage of the match between Liverpool and Manchester United.
As far as football matches go, few come bigger than Liverpool versus Manchester United - the two most decorated clubs in English football with a rivalry to match. As we saw when these two sides met at Old Trafford back in October, it's absolutely irrelevant where either might be sitting in the league standings - this is a rivalry that goes back a long, long way and the 'occasion' can get inside players' heads. United would like nothing more than to be the team that brings Liverpool's record-breaking run in the Premier League to an end - and better still, in front of the Kop. Klopp's irrepressible Maschine haven't suffered a single defeat in the domestic league for over a year - and the last team to come away from Anfield with a win in the league was Crystal Palace in April 2017...
The Reds have the bit between their teeth, topping the table on 61 points and as if hosting United wasn't enough to get them going, they also have the chance to extend their lead to a dizzying 16 points after Manchester City were held at home to Palace on Saturday.
That was an additional, unexpected boost for Klopp who is delighted to have Fabinho and Joel Matip back after lengthy spells out injured. Dejan Lovren, Naby Keita and James Milner will all watch from the stands.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is buoyed by the return of Eric Bailly and Timothy Fosu-Mensah and could play three central defenders like he did back in the October fixture. His big doubt is whether Marcus Rashford will be deemed fit to start - Rashford, who is carrying a back injury, trained on Saturday but Solskjaer said he will wait until the last minute to make a decision. Luke Shaw, Axel Tuanzebe and Diogo Dalot are back training but are not expected to feature - neither is Marcos Rojo who is still nursing a calf muscle injury.
During the Premier League era, Liverpool and United have met 29 times at Anfield - with the visitors just having the edge during that time - there have been 10 home wins, 12 United wins and seven games have ended level.
United's last victory in L4 was in January 2016 when Wayne Rooney rifled home the winner with United's only attempt on target; from that Liverpool side, only four players are still at the club - Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Milner and Roberto Firmino.
What time does the Liverpool-Manchester United game start?
The 2019-2020 Premier League clash between Liverpool and Manchester United will be played at Anfield (Liverpool) on Sunday 19 January 2020, kicking off at 16:30 hours local time, 17:30 hours CET. That's 11:30 in New York, 10:30 in Dallas and 8:30 in Los Angeles.
Find out here what time the match starts wherever you are in the world.
Where can I watch Liverpool vs Manchester United?
No matter where in the world you are, find out where you can access Sunday's match at Anfield here. Online viewing may be available via the media outlets in question and their respective IOS/Android application.
United States: NBCSports.com, Telemundo, NBCSN, NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
Saudi Arabia: beIN Sports HD 11, beIN Sports HD 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Nigeria: SuperSport 3 Africa, Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique, DStv Now
United Kingdom: Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, BBC Radio 5 Live, SKY GO Extra
Liverpool vs Manchester United live on AS English
You can also follow all the action right here on AS English, with our inimitable minute-by-minute live coverage of the match. We will be be building up to kick-off with all of the latest news and reaction ahead of this clash between two of the North West's fiercest rivals - Sunday's top billing and arguably, the biggest game in English football.
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