How to watch Liverpool players on international duty this September

Just when Liverpool were building up a head of steam, everything stopped.

One of the least enjoyed features of the footballing calendar, every year in September, international friendlies and qualifiers around the globe disrupt the domestic season before it barely has a chance to get going.

Still, Liverpool finished the first mini-chunk of the season unbeaten (three wins, one draw) and sit third in the table, behind only Manchester City in terms of points.

The Reds will resume activity on 16 September with a trip to Wolves, before their Europa League opener away at Austrian side LASK on 21 September.

Until then, it's international time, with the majority of Jurgen Klopp's first teamers involved in fixtures for their countries.

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Not all of them will be available to see on TV for viewers in the UK, but here's the ones that are.

Thursday, 7 September

The Reds' Dutch duo Virgil van Dijk and Cody Gakpo (Ryan Gravenberch won't be involved) will be in action against Kostas Tsimikas' Greece in Eindhoven in their Euro 2024 Group B qualifier this Thursday.

In the same group, Caominhin Kelleher is in the squad but unlikely to start as Ireland travel to Paris to take on France.

Meanwhile, over in Group G, Dominik Szoboszlai's Hungary face Serbia in Belgrade.

How to watch on TV:

  • Netherlands vs Greece – Viaplay Extra (19:45 BST)
  • Serbia vs Hungary – Viaplay Sports Online (19:45 BST)
  • France vs Ireland – Viaplay Sports 2 (19:45 BST)

Friday, 8 September

On Friday night, Diogo Jota's Portugal are in action in Bratislava against Slovakia (Group J), while Andy Robertson will captain Scotland against Cyprus (Group A) as they look to continue a strong start to their Euro 2024 qualification campaign.

How to watch on TV:

  • Slovakia vs Portugal – Viaplay Sports 2 (19:45 BST)
  • Cyprus vs Scotland – Viaplay Sports 1 (19:45 BST)

Saturday, 9 September

In a friendly encounter, Wataru Endo will take on Germany in what is the only watchable fixture featuring a Liverpool player on Saturday.

How to watch on TV:

  • Germany vs Japan – Viaplay Sports 2 (01:45 BST)

Sunday, 10 September

Van Dijk, Gakpo, Szoboszlai, Tsimikas, Kelleher and Jota are all in action once again on Sunday, with Ireland taking on the Netherlands in Dublin arguably the pick of the four games on offer.

How to watch on TV:

  • Hungary vs Czechia – Viasports Online (17:00 BST)
  • Greece vs Gibraltar – Viaplay Sports Online (19:45 BST)
  • Ireland vs Netherlands – Viaplay Sports 1 (19:45 BST)
  • Portugal vs Luxembourg – Viaplay Sports 2 (19:45 BST)

Tuesday, 12 September

And last but not least, Robertson will captain Scotland in a 150th year anniversary friendly against England at Hampden Park on Tuesday. After pulling out of the squad with injury, Trent Alexander-Arnold will not face his Liverpool clubmate in this one.

How to watch on TV:

  • Scotland vs England – Channel 4 (19:45 BST)

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