Liverpool - Spurs: how to watch, TV, online, streaming - Premier League
All the info you need on how and where to watch quadruple-chasing Liverpool host Tottenham at Anfield on Saturday as the Premier League title race hots up.
Liverpool and Manchester City went through vastly contrasting Champions League experiences in midweek, Jürgen Klopp’s side being pegged back at Villarreal before emerging triumphant and Pep Guardiola’s side going further ahead at the Bernabéu before suffering one of the great European collapses as Real Madrid scored twice in less than a minute and a half to force extra time, and then again five minutes later to seal one of the most extraordinary comebacks in the competition’s history.
Guardiola: “How are we going to forget it?”
Guardiola was at a loss to explain how City failed to see out a couple of minutes to reach a second consecutive Champions League final but admitted it may affect his players against Newcastle on Sunday, by which time Liverpool may have moved two points ahead in the title race again. “They don’t have to forget it,” he said of the Real Madrid game. “How are we going to forget it? We are going to play against Newcastle thinking about that, for sure.”
With only four games remaining in the Premier League season, Guardiola may be mildly concerned about Newcastle’s form in 2022 – in a league table based purely on results since the turn of the year, Eddie Howe’s side would be firmly in the Champions League places – but that is also Klopp’s concern: Spurs are currently fifth, two points behind Arsenal and there is a lot riding on Antonio Conte securing elite-level European competition for his side next season, not least the still not-entirely resolved Harry Kane question and the continued presence of the Italian in North London with PSG circling.
Klopp: Spurs have some of the best counter-attacking players in the world
“Tottenham have massive quality. They are, especially away from home, not too bothered about having the ball, they defend compact, and then obviously [have] some of the best counter-attacking players in the world, so we need to find solutions for that,” the Liverpool manager said in his pre-match press conference.
Liverpool are unbeaten in 21 league games at Anfield and have won each of their last 12. Last time out, Klopp’s side secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Newcastle to maintain the pressure on City and with the Champions League now no longer an issue until the final on 28 May, Klopp can afford to concentrate fully on the domestic challenge.
Spurs, meanwhile, have won just one of their past 18 Premier League games against Liverpool, a run that Conte will have to turn around against the odds to maintain his own side’s hopes of reaching the Champions League next season.
What time does Liverpool-Spurs kick off?
The 2021/22 Premier League fixture between Liverpool and Tottenham will kick off at Anfield on Saturday 7 May, 2022, at 19:45 pm local time (GMT). In the United States, that’s 13:45 pm ET and 10:45 PT.
Check out what time Liverpool-Spurs starts whatever time zone you’re in.
Where can I watch Liverpool-Spurs in the US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Liverpool’s attempt to regain the Premier League summit from Manchester City:
US: SiriusXM FC, UNIVERSO, USA Network, UNIVERSO NOW, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
UK: BBC Radio 5 Live, BTSport.com, BT Sport App, BT Sport Ultimate, BT Sport 1
Find out who is showing Liverpool-Spurs elsewhere on the planet.
Liverpool-Spurs: live AS USA coverage
You can also follow Liverpool vs Tottenham right here on AS USA. We’ll be providing live coverage of the game, bringing you build-up from about an hour ahead of kick-off and talking you through the action at Anfield as it unfolds.