With both teams considered to be title contenders, it makes for a huge clash and one not to be missed. 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. The match gets underway at 5. 30pm (BST) – or 12. 30pm in New York, 9. 30am in Los Angeles, 2. 30am (Sunday) in Sydney, 8. 30pm in Dubai and 7. 30pm in Nairobi.
Liverpool vs Chelsea: TV channel, stream, kick-off time, Premier LeagueLIV A LITTLE Published: 14:14, 18 Jan 2023Updated: 14:14, 18 Jan 2023LIVERPOOL and CHELSEA are all set to go up against each other in a blockbuster encounter - and both teams will be desperate for three points. Both English giants were tipped to challenge for the Premier League title at the start of the season. 2Harvey Elliot inspired Liverpool to a FA Cup win over WolvesCredit: Getty 2Kai Havertz helped Chelsea to secure three points against Crystal PalaceCredit: Getty But after a very poor first half to the campaign, Jurgen Klopp's men and the Blues find themselves battling it out in the mid-table spots.
Subscription members have the option to stream the entire action live on the BT Sport website or BT Sport app. Alternatively, SunSport will have a live blog that readers can follow throughout the match. What is the team news? Raheem Sterling, Christian Pulisic, N'Golo Kante, Wesley Fofana, Armando Broja, Edouard Mendy and Denis Zakaria are all likely to miss out on the trip to Anfield. And Joao Felix is still suspended following his reckless challenge during his Chelsea debut. However, Graham Potter will be delighted to see the English duo of Reece James and Ben Chilwell return to training which could mean a potential place in the match-day squad. Furthermore, the Blue boss could be tempted to throw mega-money signing Mykailo Mudyrk in from the start as he also trained for the first time.
How to watch Liverpool vs. Chelsea on TV & online streamsA testing night at Anfield awaits Liverpool as Chelsea make the trip north. Here’s how to watch online and on TV worldwide. The two teams have identical records heading into the third game of the season, with six points each and a goal difference of five, making this an early chance to force some separation. A full house at Anfield will once again be in place as Reds look to help push Jurgen Klopp‘s men to a third win in a row to start the campaign for the fourth successive Premier League season.
However, Liverpool ending their three-game winless run against Wolves in the FA Cup could inject some confidence into their veins. And Graham Potter's side go into this match fresh from a London derby victory over Crystal Palace. Furthermore, fans could get to see their first glimpse of mega-money signing Mykhailo Mudryk so it's set up to be a mouth-watering showing. When is Liverpool vs Chelsea? Liverpool's huge Premier League match against Chelsea takes place on Saturday, January 21.
It is expected to get underway at 12:30pm UK time. Anfield is the allocated arena for this game and it can host approximately 53, 394. The Reds pipped Chelsea to a FA Cup triumph on penalties when the sides last met. What TV channel is Liverpool vs Chelsea on and can it be live streamed? Liverpool vs Chelsea will be broadcast LIVE on BT Sport 1 in the UK. Coverage is scheduled to commence from 11:30am UK time - a whole hour before kick-off.
Liverpool vs Chelsea: Where to watch, TV channel, kick-off timeFor the first time this season Chelsea and Liverpool go up against each other in the Premier League, and here's how you can follow the action... Liverpool vs Chelsea where to watchTV channel: The game will be shown live by BT Sport in the UK, and by local Premier League TV rights holders outside of the UK.
UK Viewers Liverpool vs. Chelsea is being shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK, which is available to live stream with Sky GO. Reds fans can get take advantage of adding all 8 Sky Sports channels for £25 per month or get a 2 for 1 football channel offer here! This Is Anfield will also be providing live text commentary throughout on our website and full match reaction and analysis on the This Is Anfield app for iPhone and Android later.