Why isn't Liverpool vs Brentford on TV?

Liverpool take on Brentford at Anfield this Sunday in the last game before the November international break.

After a strong month of October, the Reds have struggled in their last two outings – only earning a draw away at Luton thanks to a stoppage-time equaliser from Luis Diaz, before falling to a 3-2 defeat at Toulouse in the Europa League.

Jurgen Klopp will be extra keen to see improvement this weekend as it is the last chance to keep pace with those battling at the top end of the Premier League table, before a crunch clash away at title holders Manchester City on 25 November.

The Reds do have a relatively strong record against Brentford, winning two of the four clashes (both at Anfield) between the sides since the Bees' promotion to the top flight in 2021.

It promises to be an intriguing clash, with Thomas Frank's side on a three-match winning streak.

However, once again, unless you've got a match ticket, the game is going to be hard to watch.

Fans in the UK will not be able to find Liverpool vs Brentford on TV .

The 14:00 GMT kick off at Anfield has not been selected for broadcast. Instead, West Ham vs Nottingham Forest is the early game scheduled on Sky Sports, to be followed on the same channel by Chelsea vs Manchester City (16:30 GMT).

It marks another blackout for UK-based Liverpool fans, amid the ongoing debate about the lack of comprehensive coverage provided by broadcasters (despite high subscription prices).


As stated, unfortunately for UK viewers, the game has once again not been selected for live broadcast.

However, for fans in other parts of the world the game will be much easier to watch.

For European viewers can find the game available to stream on DAZN.

In the US, the game will be available to stream on Peacock Premium.

Match commentary, highlights and full match replay will be available anywhere in the world on LFCTV GO.

Supporters can of course also wait until after the final whistle to catch the highlights, which will be posted on Liverpool's official YouTube channel.

To keep up with the game, stay tuned to Anfield Watch's social channels, where in-game updates will be provided.

Match details

Kick off time: 14:00 GMT / 09:00 ET / 6:00 PT

Stadium: Anfield

Location: Liverpool

Referee: Paul Tierney

Competition: Premier League (gameweek 12)

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