Liverpool return to Monday night football as they prepare to face Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace team after the weekend.
After a nervy opening game to their Premier League season last weekend, Jurgen Klopp’s men look to steady their ship as they look to recapture the Premier League crown they won in the 2020/2021 season.
Buoyed by the news that Naby Keita and Kosta Tsimikas may return from injury ahead of Monday night, but are still without Thiago Alcantara, Diogo Jota, Curtis Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Liverpool earlier this week announced that Harvey Elliot had signed a new deal with the club, amidst rumours that the club may sign a new midfielder to cover their injury woes.
How did Liverpool’s opponent Crystal Palace fare in the last game?
It was a tough game for Crystal Palace as they faced London rivals Arsenal at home in their opening Premier League fixture.
Patrick Vieira’s squad fell to Mikel Arteta’s men 2-0, with goals coming from man of the match Gabrielle Martinelli and an own goal from Marc Guehi.
Crystal Palace will still be without Nathan Ferguson (foot injury), Jack Butland (Metacarpal fracture), James McArthur (hip/pelvic injury) and James Tomkins (muscle injury), while Michael Olise will “not be rushed” after an injury in the pre-season.
When are Liverpool playing this weekend?
Liverpool’s game against Crystal Palace is a Monday night game, with a start time of 8:00pm from the Anfield.
What were the results of the last encounters between Liverpool and Crystal Palace?
Liverpool have beaten Crystal Palace in their last five Premier League encounters, including a 7-0 drubbing away from home during their league winning 2020/2021 campaign.
- January 23 2022: Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool
- September 18 2021: Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace
- May 23 2021: Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace
- December 19 2020: Crystal Palace 0-7 Liverpool
- June 24 2020: Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace
How can I watch the game live?
The Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace game will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League, with pre-game coverage and punditry commencing at 7:30pm.
The game will also be broadcast by talkSPORT radio live for those without Sky Sports.
How to sign up to Sky Sports and Now TV
Sky Sports is available with a Sky TV package:
- Those who already have a Sky subscription can add Sky Sports for an extra £25 per month.
- Those Sky customers who only wish to watch Football coverage can sign up to the “2-for-1” offer, getting Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football for £18 per month.
- Those new to Sky can sign up and get Sky Sports alongside Sky’s entertainment package for £44 per month (18 month contract, £20 set up fee)
To learn more about how to add Sky Sport to existing packages, or to create a new package with the provider, you can visit the dedicated Sky Sports page.
For those that hate being tied down to contracts, NOW TV offer two sports passes on their flagship stream service:
- NOW TV Daily pass - £11.99 (per 24 hour)
- NOW TV Monthly pass - £25 (per month)
For more details on how to get NOW TV, or to purchase a no-contract pass to watch the Premier League, you can visit NOW TV’s website for more details.
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