How to watch Bournemouth vs Liverpool on TV

After what feels like an eternity, Liverpool are back in action this weekend as they travel to Bournemouth in the Premier League

The Reds haven't played since their Carabao Cup semi-final first leg victory over Fulham on 10 January, but will be aiming to continue their impressive form this Sunday against the Cherries.

Jurgen Klopp's side currently sit top of the Premier League table and can move five points clear of second-placed Manchester City with a win on the south coast.

Liverpool have already visited the Vitality Stadium this season, Darwin Nunez's stunner earning them a 2-1 victory in the Carabao Cup back in early November.

The Reds had already beaten Bournemouth prior to the two sides' cup clash, a 3-1 triumph at Anfield in the league despite Alexis Mac Allister's second-half red card.

Having had to wait so long to see Liverpool in action, supporters will be desperate to catch this weekend's game.

Here is how you can watch Bournemouth vs Liverpool on TV and live stream.

HOW TO WATCH BOURNEMOUTH VS LIVERPOOL ON TV

It hasn't always been the case this campaign, but Liverpool's Sunday clash will be televised in the United Kingdom.

Fans can stream the action on Sky Sports, while those on the move can access via Sky Go. For those without the relevant subscriptions, the game will be free to listen to on BBC Radio 5 Live.

In the United States, the match will be available on USA Network and Telemundo, while those in Canada and Australia can view on fuboTV and Optus Sport respectively.

In South America, Liverpool's trip to Bournemouth will be on Star+, while Paramount+ have the rights in Central America.

There are a host of different broadcasters across Europe, Viaplay and DAZN being the major providers.

While international tournaments are likely to take priority in Africa and Asia, Liverpool's trip to the south coast will still be shown.

In Africa, the major broadcaster is SuperSport, while the number one provider in Asia is beIN Sports.

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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