How to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool on TV

For the second time in the space of two weeks, Liverpool will face Premier League title rivals Arsenal this Sunday. 

However, this time it will take place at the Emirates Stadium in the FA Cup third round.

The Reds haven't won in their last three meetings with Arsenal, only managing a 1-1 draw earlier this season in a feisty and enthralling affair.

On their last trip to the Emirates, Liverpool lost 3-2, with Jurgen Klopp looking for revenge this time around.

Of course, the Reds will be without some key injured personnel, as well as Mohamed Salah and Wataru Endo due to international commitments, and Klopp could rotate heavily for the trip to north London.

No matter what team the Liverpool boss picks, Sunday's encounter promises to be intense, and fortunately supporters will be able to tune into the action.


For those in the United Kingdom, watching Liverpool has seldom been easier. The Reds' clash with Arsenal will be on BBC One at 16:30 GMT on Sunday 7 January, while also being available on BBC Sport Web and BBC iPlayer.

If you're unable to set yourself up in front of the TV on Sunday, the game will also be free to listen to on BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport Radio.

For those in Ireland, the game can be watched on all the aforementioned channels, while it's also available on Premier Sports.

DAZN are one of the main broadcasters in Europe, including in Spain, Germany and Italy, while Viaplay will also be showing the action in much of northern Europe.

Those in South America and the United States can tune in on ESPN, while Canadian viewers can watch via Sportsnet.

Those down under in Australia will be able to stream on Paramount+, while the majority of Asia and Africa can access the match on beIN Sports and SuperSport respectively.

Of course, match highlights will be available after the full-time whistle on LFCTV, while you can keep up to date with the action on the Anfield Watch socials.

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