For an ad-free experience, download the This Is Anfield Premium app here. The match gets underway at 4. 30pm (BST)—or 11. 30am in New York, 8. 30am in Los Angeles, 1. 30am (Monday) in Sydney, 7. 30pm in Dubai and 6. 30pm in Nairobi. UK Viewers Liverpool vs. Chelsea is being shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK, which are available to live stream with a Sky Sports Day Pass from NOW TV. This is Anfield readers can get 25 percent off a Sky Sports Day Pass from NOW TV by using the code ANFIELD here. This is Anfield will also be providing live coverage throughout via the This is Anfield app. Download free here. US Viewers Liverpool vs. Chelsea is being shown live on NBCSN in the US, which is available to live stream with FuboTV.
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Liverpool are still chasing a potential quadruple this month, with a narrow title race against Manchester City, and a Champions League final date with Real Madrid on May 28. MORE: Premier League table, title and Champions League races How to watch Chelsea vs. Liverpool UK USA Canada Australia Date May 14 May 15 Time 16:45 11:45 ET 01:45 AET TV channel BBC1/ITV1 - Streaming BBC iPlayer/ITV Hub ESPN+ Sportsnet Paramount+ The FA Cup final can be seen exclusively on ESPN+ in the US. The final is available to stream in English and Spanish.
Chelsea vs. Liverpool TV channel, live stream, lineups, betting odds for the FA Cup finalRivals Chelsea and Liverpool take a break from Premier League action this weekend as they prepare to do battle at Wembley Stadium for the second time in 2022. Jurgen Klopp's Reds beat Chelsea in February's EFL Cup final, as goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher slotted home the winning spot-kick, in a bizarre penalty shootout victory. However, Thomas Tuchel will be looking for revenge this time around, as the former PSG coach looks to avoid ending the season without a trophy at Stamford Bridge.
How to watch Liverpool vs. Chelsea on TV & onlineHere’s how to watch Liverpool vs. Chelsea in the Premier League this afternoon (4. 30pm kickoff BST), live online and on TV around the world. After a controlled, energy-preserving win over Porto in midweek, the Reds are back in league action and set for one of their most intense, high-profile clashes of the season. Chelsea‘s arrival at Anfield brings back memories of that 2-0 loss in 2014, but Jurgen Klopp was keen to dismiss repeated suggestions from journalists in the buildup that the ghosts of that failed title challenge remain. Instead, Liverpool will look for more of the same as they aim to extend their six-game winning run and maintain their tussle with Man City at the top.
There is clear motivation for Maurizio Sarri’s side as they fight for a top-four finish, and this is certainly not a foregone conclusion for the Reds. Can they pass another big test as their push for silverware continues? Check This Is Anfield for the latest team news ahead of the match. You can also follow the game by downloading the This is Anfield app, including lineups, live coverage and all the reaction and analysis.
An ESPN+ subscription costs $5. 99 per month or $59. 99 annually. In Canada, the FA Cup final can be streamed via Sportsnet. 🗣 "I forgot I scored the winning one. " 😅 Caoimhin Kelleher on scoring the winning penalty for Liverpool in the League Cup final pic. twitter. com/xeUNesNUXv — Football Daily (@footballdaily) February 27, 2022 MORE: Have Liverpool played Chelsea in the FA Cup final before? Past cup meetings between 2022 finalists Chelsea vs. Liverpool predicted lineups Chelsea are still without long term absentees Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ben Chilwell but midfield duo N'Golo Kante and Jorginho have both returned to training in a crucial boost for Chelsea.
Tuchel also confirmed it's 'very unlikely' Mateo Kovacic will feature after he limped off with an ankle injury following a nasty tackle from Dan James in Wednesday's win over Leeds. The manager's main selection call comes over who to lead the Blues attack with Romelu Lukaku and Christian Pulisic's recent form boosting their starting chances as German pair Timo Werner and Kai Havertz battle for the final spot. Chelsea predicted lineup (3-4-1-2): Mendy (GK) — Rudiger, Silva, Azpilicueta — Alonso, Kante, Jorginho, James — Pulisic — Lukaku, Werner Klopp has Roberto Firmino back available following a foot injury but his Brazilian teammate Fabinho looks set to miss with a thigh strain.
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