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Liverpool vs Leeds: times, TV and how to watch online

All the info you need to know on how and where to watch the Premier League match between Liverpool and Leeds at Anfield on Saturday.

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Liverpool will be aiming to return to winning ways in the Premier League when they host Leeds United at Anfield on Saturday evening after securing a spot in the Champions League round of 16 midweek.

The match will kick off at 2:45 pm US (ET) and 11:45 pm US (PT). That’s 8:45 pm CET and 7:45 pm UK time.

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You can follow all the action of the Liverpool vs Leeds game live on AS USA, with our minute-by-minute coverage. So no matter where you are, as long as your phone’s connected you can find out exactly how things are going.

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

In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Liverpool vs Leeds:

US: You can watch the game on FuboTV.

You can watch Liverpool vs Leeds via streaming in the US on Fubo TV (free trial available)

You can also follow it on Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, UNIVERSO NOW, SiriusXM FC,, USA Network, UNIVERSO, NBC Sports App.

UK: Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Ultra HD, SKY GO Extra, (and on radio: BBC Radio 5 Live, TalkSport Radio UK).

Liverpool boosted by their UCL result

The Reds comfortably handled Ajax in Amsterdam (0-3) and confirmed a top-two finish in Group A, while Leeds lost 3-2 to Fulham last weekend.

Before emerging victorious against Ajax, The Reds suffered a stunning 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest, which leaves Klopp’s side sitting eighth in the standings. That’s 12 points behind leaders Arsenal and five adrift of the top four, albeit with a game in hand over Newcastle United.

However, Jurgen Klopp’s men have been doing well lately, as they have won four of their last five games, in which they have only conceded two goals.

Leeds against Liverpool and history

If Leeds want to grab a positive result in Liverpool, they will have to be at their best, as Liverpool haven’t lost a game yet at Anfield this campaign, having won six of their last seven matches and keeping three straight clean sheets in their last three.

Moreover, the visitors, who have lost their four last matches and are sitting 18th in the table, haven’t come out on top in a top-flight game since they beat Chelsea back in August.

Jesse Marsch is well aware of the difficult task they have ahead vs. Liverpool.

“We know the quality they have, at home they’re incredibly good and the way they responded in the game against Ajax shows everything”, he said in the pre-match press conference.

The visitors want revenge after last season’s results

Leeds have the joint-worst away record in the Premier League this season together with Wolverhampton, who have also grabbed one point on the road.

Liverpool won both games vs. Leeds last campaign by an aggregate score of 9-0 -including a 6-0 win at home in February- and the Whites are now winless in 12 clashes with the Reds.

Luis Diaz, Arthur Melo, Joel Matip, and Diogo Jota all remain unavailable for Liverpool, while Thiago Alcántara seems fit and ready to play on Saturday.

Ibrahima Konate could also be in line for some game time while Jordan Henderson is a doubt.

Meanwhile, Leeds won’t have Stuart Dallas and Adam Forshaw, while Tyler Adams, Archie Gray, Leo Hjelde, Luis Sinisterra, Joe Gelhardt, Rodrigo, and Liam Cooper are doubtful.

Who is refereeing Liverpool vs Leeds?

English referee Michel Oliver will take charge of the fixture. Alongside him are assistants Stuart Burt and Simon Bennett. The fourth official is Craig Pawson, while the two VAR overseers will be Marco Di Bello and Paolo Valeri.


Table Pts. P W D L
6 20 11 6 2 3
7 18 12 5 3 4
8 16 11 4 4 3
9 15 11 4 3 4
10 14 12 4 2 6
Table Pts. P W D L
16 12 12 3 3 6
17 11 12 3 2 7
18 9 11 2 3 6
19 9 12 2 3 7
20 9 12 2 3 7
Total goals scored
Total goalkeeper saves
Fouls committed
Fouls received
Total number of red cards receive from both 2nd yellows and straight reds
Player receives a yellow card for an infringement
Recoveries of possession
Passes per game

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