Time has come full circle for Manchester United v Liverpool. The North-West Derby of England sees fortunes flipped as Liverpool will host Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United. United go into this match sixth in the Premier League table while Liverpool are at the very top. The game kicks off at 4PM for fans in the UK and like every Premier League game, it will be live on Potato Streams.
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Jose Mourinho has already started his mind games by saying that he has played against Liverpool team of the past that was European Champion. This team according to him, has won nothing. Does that mean Jose will take an attacking approach at Anfield? Doubtful. It just means he will likely look for leverage where there appears to be none.
Team News for Liverpool v Manchester United
Liverpool: Oxlaide Chamberlain remains out for the long term. He is followed by Matip, Gomez and Alexander-Arnold. This should give Klopp some food for thought going into the game, but no serious selection headaches.
Manchester United: Alexis Sanchez and Lindelof are definitely off the lineup at Anfield. Martial, McTominay and Dalot are all doubts for Mourinho’s team before they travel to Liverpool.
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Kick-Off: 4PM BST at Anfield, Sunday
Consequences of Liverpool v Manchester United
One thing is for sure: Neither Klopp nor Jose can afford to lose this one. If Klopp loses, all the hard work until this point will be undone and Manchester City will gain the initiative once again in the title Race. A win would at least keep the scousers on top for one more week.
A loss for Jose Mourinho could take them further down the table. A win would consolidate Jose’s hold on the sixth spot. Not that he will be very happy with being where his team is. Still, Manchester United need a win much more badly than Liverpool.
Where to watch Liverpool v Manchester United live?
Television coverage of the match from Anfield will be live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. If you can’t catch those channels on television for some reason, you need not worry.
Potato Streams has been showing all Premier League games this season, including the embargoed 3 PM Kick-off. The entire season is live and free for fans on the app. Liverpool v Manchester United will also be live for fans in the UK, USA, Europe (Norway, Italy, Germany, Spain,etc.), Australia and Singapore. Please confirm local timings according to your time-zone so that you don’t miss any live football.
Where is the Liverpool v Manchester United game accessible from?
Anywhere. You can be from any country, on any network. If you have a smartphone and a working internet connection, you can catch up with the game live. No streams are Geo-locked on Potato Streams. It means they are accessible from any part of the world. You will not be asked for any sign-up fees and credit card details. See you at 4 PM, Sunday.