How to watch Liverpool vs Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final on TV

Here's how you can watch Liverpool vs Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final. The Reds hope this will be their first trophy of the season.

Liverpool are in fine form as they head into the Carabao Cup final. Jurgen Klopp's side have won their last three games, scoring 11 goals in the process. In fact, they've bagged at least three goals in six of their last eight - and at least four in five of those.

A 4-1 win over Chelsea to end January breeds confidence but there is, of course, the big reason for concern - injuries. The Reds just can't escape them and as many as 11 players could miss the cup final here.

Liverpool will be missing some invaluable players, too. Trent Alexander-Arnold may be the pick of those - he'll need to watch this one from the stands and hope his teammates can deliver a medal.

Then again, Liverpool had players missing in that 4-1 win and they will have every belief that they can beat Chelsea even with a makeshift side. It promises to be a great game - or at least, it should be better than the 0-0 these two played out in the 2022 final. Surely.

Here's how you can watch it all unfold.

This one kicks off at 15:00 on Sunday, 25th February from Wembley Stadium and fans in the UK can catch it all on Sky Sports. Highlights will be available on ITV at 22:50 that night.

It's mixed in Europe - it'll depend on exactly where you are. DAZN, BeIN Sports and Viaplay are among those with European broadcasting rights. For Eastern Europe, you will likely find it on Adjara Sport and in the Balkans, Arena Sport.

It's much simpler in the Americas. In Canada? You can catch the final on DAZN. The Carribean? Sportsmax. Literally anywhere else in North, Central or South America? ESPN will broadcast the match.

BeIN Sports have the rights in both the Middle East and Oceania, while most of Africa can catch it on SuperSport. Asia is, like Europe, dependent on exactly where you are: Setanta, FanCode, Mola TV and DAZN are among the broadcasters.

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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