Liverpool vs Man City: how to watch Premier League game on TV and online
Liverpool host Manchester City at Anfield in a heavyweight Premier League matchday-11 clash on Sunday.
We’ve grown used to Liverpool vs Manchester City being a top-of-the-table clash, but while Pep Guardiola’s men visit Anfield sitting second in the Premier League, the hosts head into the weekend down in 10th.
What time is Liverpool vs Manchester City?
The 2022/23 Premier League matchday-11 game between Liverpool and Manchester City kicks off at Anfield, Liverpool, at 4:30pm local time (BST) on Sunday 16 October 2022. In the United States, that’s 11:30am ET/8:30am PT. Find out when the match starts if you’re in a different time zone.
How can I watch the game in the US?
In the US, television viewers will be able to watch Liverpool vs Manchester City on USA Network. The game can also be streamed live online on NBCSports.com. If you’re not in the States, check out which TV channel or online platform is showing the game where you are.
Liverpool vs Manchester City: live with AS USA
You also have the option of following Liverpool vs Manchester City with AS USA’s live-text coverage. My colleague David Nelson will be building up to the game at Anfield from about an hour and a half ahead of kickoff, before bringing you minute-by-minute commentary on the action.
Liverpool vs Manchester City: match preview
Liverpool’s thumping midweek win over Rangers has left the Reds on the cusp of qualification for the Champions League last 16, but in the Premier League they’re lagging majorly. Defeat to Arsenal last weekend left the Reds 14 points adrift of the top, and six points off the top four.
The 3-2 reverse at the Emirates Stadium was Liverpool’s third straight league game without a win, and the Merseysiders must now attempt to arrest that negative sequence against a Manchester City team that remains unbeaten in the English top flight this term.
Liverpool did beat City in the Community Shield in July - their fourth game in a row without losing to Pep Guardiola’s men - but that victory comes with the caveat that the English football season’s curtain-raiser is essentially a glorified friendly. Jürgen Klopp’s side will also face a rather more in-form Erling Haaland; in his 12 City appearances since drawing a blank in an underwhelming debut at the King Power Stadium, the Norwegian has scored 20 goals.
City, who sealed their place in the Champions League knockout stages in a 0-0 draw against FC Copenhagen on Tuesday, go into Premier League matchday 11 trailing leaders Arsenal by one point. The Sky Blues have won their last three league games - including a 6-3 derby mauling of Manchester United - and have netted 13 goals in the process.
The teams’ last five meetings
Who is the referee?
The referee at Anfield will be Anthony Taylor. The 43-year-old will be assisted by Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn, and the fourth official will be Andy Madley. The video assistant referee will be Darren England.