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Arsenal vs Liverpool: how to watch on TV, stream online in US/UK and around the world

All you need to know about how to watch the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Liverpool on Sunday, 9 October 2022.

Roddy Cons
All you need to know about how to watch the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Liverpool on Sunday, 9 October 2022
PAUL CHILDSAction Images via Reuters

Leaders Arsenal host Liverpool in matchday 10 of the 2022/23 Premier League, with the game at the Emirates kicking off at 4.30pm UK time on Sunday, 9 October (11.30am ET/8.30am PT). Take a look at what time the game kicks off wherever you are in the world.

Where can I watch Arsenal vs Liverpool in the US and UK?

In the US and UK, the following channels and online streaming services will be showing Arsenal vs Liverpool:

US: In the United States, the game will be broadcast on USA Network, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and SiriusXM FC.

UK: In the United Kingdom, the match will be on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Ultra HD and Sky GO Extra.

Find out where to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool elsewhere in the world.

Text coverage of Arsenal vs Liverpool, wherever you are

You will be able to follow all the action from Arsenal vs Liverpool here on AS USA, where we’ll have minute-by-minute coverage. We’ll be building up to the game from around an hour before kick-off, with team news and analysis. If your phone is connected, you’ll be able to keep up with how things are going.

Arsenal vs Liverpool: How they shape up

It’s fair to say that Arsenal’s start to the season has exceeded all expectations. The Gunners have played 10 competitive games in all competitions and won nine of them, with 21 points from a possible 24 enough to see them top the table ahead of title favourites Manchester City. Their sole defeat came at Manchester United at the start of September, the only game this term in which they have scored fewer than two goals.

The opposite, however, can be said for Liverpool. Jürgen Klopp’s side were again expected to challenge City for the title but their start to the campaign has already given them a mountain to climb. The Reds have won just two of their opening seven Premier League fixtures, a sequence which leaves them 11 and 10 points behind Arsenal and City respectively, albeit with a game in hand. The Reds have showed glimpses of their best form in certain games – the 9-0 thumping of Bournemouth in particular – but have overall struggled to replicate the consistent brilliance of recent seasons.

Arsenal vs Liverpool: Team news

Midfielders Emile Smith-Rowe and Mohamed Elneny look to be the only two players unavailable to Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, although neither would have been likely to start. The Gunners will make a late call on left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko, who made an earlier-than-expected return from a calf injury in the North London derby last weekend but didn’t feature against Bodø/Glimt in the Europa League in midweek and doesn’t appear to be quite at 100% yet.

The big news for Liverpool is that there is a chance they could have Andy Robertson back after a four-match absence, with Klopp, who celebrates seven years in charge this weekend, describing the Scot’s return to action as being ‘close’. Curtis Jones is even more likely to be available after a recent knock but long-term injury victims Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have been joined in the treatment room by fellow midfielder Arthur Melo.

Arsenal vs Liverpool: Recent meetings

March 2022: Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool

January 2022: Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool

January 2022: Liverpool 0-0 Arsenal

November 2021: Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal

March 2017: Arsenal 0-3 Liverpool

No Premier League fixture has produced more goals than Arsenal v Liverpool, although most of them have been scored by Liverpool in recent times. The Gunners have won only one of the last 19 meetings between the teams but haven’t headed into a clash against the Reds in such a positive frame of mind for a very long time.

Prediction – Arsenal 3-2 Liverpool


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