Liverpool can edge their way closer to the Carabao Cup final today when they face Fulham in the semi-final first leg - and we have all the TV channel details for you.
The Reds welcome the London club to Anfield knowing they will have to travel to Craven Cottage in the second leg at the end of the month.
We provide TV channel and live stream details for all Liverpool fixtures - and here is how you can watch that all-important Fulham first leg tonight (UK time).
What TV channel is Liverpool vs Fulham on today?
Liverpool fans will be able to watch the game today on the Sky Sports Football channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The game will also be available to listen to via BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport Radio.
In Canada, the game will be streamed live on DAZN, as it will in many countries across Europe, including Germany, Italy and Spain.
In the United States, the game will be on ESPN, as is the case in the majority of South America.
beIN Sports will broadcast the action in large parts of Asia, as well as in Australia, while SuperSport will have access across much of Africa - including South Africa.
What time does the game start?
Kick-off time for Liverpool vs Fulham is 8pm (2000) local time today (Wednesday January 10) in the UK. That is 9pm (2100) CET in France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands.
In the United States the game kicks off at 1500 EST, 1400 CST or 1200 PST if you are on the West Coast.
If you are watching in Australia, your kick-off time is early on Thursday January 11. It’s 0700 in Sydney and Melbourne, 0630 in Adelaide, 0600 in Brisbane and 0400 in Perth.
If you are in South Africa the game gets under way at 10pm (2200) while in South East Asia the game gets under way at 0400 on Thursday in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
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When is the second leg?
The second instalment of this Liverpool vs Fulham semi-final takes place at Craven Cottage in London on Wednesday January 24. Kick-off time is again 8pm (2000) local.
If the Reds come out on top over the two legs, they will head back to London again for the Carabao Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday February 25.
Jurgen Klopp’s men would face the winners of the other two-leg semi-final between Chelsea and Middlesbrough.