How to watch Liverpool vs Tottenham in US and UK - TV channel, live stream, early team news

Luis Díaz and Yves Bissouma in action during Liverpool's game at Tottenham in September
Luis Díaz and Yves Bissouma in action during Liverpool's game at Tottenham in September -Credit:Getty Images

Jürgen Klopp’s farewell tour reaches its final month as Liverpool gears up for its final run-in of the season. The Reds host Tottenham at Anfield this afternoon, and will be desperate to turn their recent form around.

With hopes of a league title all but gone now, there is little more than pride for Liverpool to play for, although a win today would guarantee at least a third-place finish. Given last season’s disappointment, that would represent a huge improvement.

Having won just once in the last five league games though, the Reds could certainly do with getting back to winning ways, and restoring some pride before Klopp departs in a few weeks. They might also be eyeing up some revenge after the controversial defeat in north London earlier in the season.

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Klopp certainly hasn’t forgotten about that day, with Luis Díaz’s wrongly disallowed goal having a huge effect on the subsequent title race. We can only imagine now how things might have turned out had the correct decision been made.

Here, has picked out all of the information that you need to know, including the kick-off time, TV details, highlights and early team news. We'll start with kick-off details for the UK and US.

What time is kick-off?

The match kicks off at 4:30pm in the UK, which is 8:30am Pacific Time and 11:30am Eastern Time. It is set to be played at Anfield.

It will also be Jürgen Klopp's penultimate game at Anfield, with just one more home game to come before the end of the season. Wolves will be the visitors on what is set to be a hugely emotional final day.

Is the match on TV?

Yes, as usual for a Sunday game, fans on both sides of the Atlantic will be able to watch today's game live on TV. In the UK, Liverpool vs Tottenham will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage scheduled to get underway at 3pm, although the programme will start with Brighton's game against Aston Villa at 2pm.

US viewers can watch all the action on Peacock.

How else can I follow the game?

The team will keep you updated with all the developments, as well as all the news and reaction after the game. Liverpool go into the match looking to return to winning ways after seeing their title hopes crumble recently.

The Reds took just one point from their last two games against Everton and West Ham, although they do now have their Champions League place for next season wrapped up. Tottenham, meanwhile, face a huge fight to claim a top four place after losing their last three games, with Ange Postecoglou's side seven points behind Aston Villa, although they do have a game in hand.

Where can I catch the highlights?

Liverpool will make highlights available on LFCTV Go as well as its other official club channels. The goals will also be shared online alongside key moments in the match.

You can follow all the updates and read the analysis on and you can also follow along live on our social channels including on Twitter and Facebook, and catch the post-match press conferences on the Blood Red YouTube channel.

Early team news

Virgil van Dijk is a major doubt for this afternoon's game. Jürgen Klopp confirmed on Friday that the Liverpool captain had missed training that week, and would only potentially be involved in 'parts' of the session that day.

Diogo Jota remains out, but Conor Bradley could be back in contention after returning to training following the injury he picked up against Crystal Palace. Joël Matip, Thiago Alcântara and Ben Doak remain on the sidelines.

As for Spurs, Postecoglou will be without Ben Davies, Timo Werner, Destiny Udogie and Manor Soloman. Ryan Sessegnon and Fraser Forster are also expected to miss out.