Liverpool v Man Utd: How to watch the game – Match Preview – Memorable Moments
As rivalries go in the English Premier League, none get bigger than Liverpool v Man Utd. Especially when both teams are on form and needing a win. Today (Sunday 5th March 2023) Manchester United will make the short trip from Old Trafford to Anfield and take on a Liverpool side in desperate need of a win.
Liverpool v Man Utd Preview
There have been some absolute classic’s between these 2 sides throughout the years. Both teams have enjoyed rich histories of success and often seem to be taking it in turns to be on top. And it finally looks Manchester Utd are starting to turn the corner under manger Erik ten Hag. Since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, Man Utd have struggled to replicate the success that the Scotsman had in his 26 year managerial stint at Old Trafford.
In 2015 Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool who were still chasing their first league title since since the 1989/90 season. It’s safe to say the charismatic German manager brought a new energy to Liverpool which galvanised the players, the club and the massive fan base around the world. Since joining the famous club, Klopp has brought success: An EFL Trophy, FA Cup Trophy, Champions League Trophy and an English Premier League title.
Despite taking the English Premier League title chase down to the wire with Manchester City last season, winning the EFL Cup and making it to the FA Cup Final and Champions League Final, Liverpool have struggled this season. Disappointing results in the league and in Europe has seen some pressure starting to mount on the players and manager. Languishing down in 6th place in the league they go into this game 10 points behind Man Utd who are up in third.
Can Man Utd catch Arsenal and Man City?
Man Utd are the team on form going into this game against Liverpool. And with 2 games in hand over Arsenal and Man City, a lot has been said about their chances of closing the gap between 1st and 2nd spot and mounting a late title challenge of their own. This is what makes their trip to Anfield such a big game for the club. A win against Liverpool and it takes them a step closer to challenging Arsenal and Man City. However, a defeat or a draw could make the points difference too much for them to be able to realistically catch the top 2.
A win for Liverpool will bring them into that important top 5. They will need to battle it out with Tottenham, Newcastle and Fulham for 4th place and automatic qualification to the Champions League.
Don’t miss Liverpool v Man Utd! Kick off 4:30pm
Memorable Moments between Man Utd and Liverpool
It’s safe to say there have been some real classic matches fought out between both these sides. And based on the scores of the recent previous competitive games, there can be some high scoring results. The last time these sides met it was at Old Trafford and Man Utd came out on top with a 2-1 win. For many this was seen as a turning point for Erik ten Hag’s men after disappointing results against Brighton and Brentford.
There’s been thumping for both sides, tight games won at the death and high scoring draws. Who knows what this fixture can throw up for fans tuning in from all over the world. You can watch all the action LIVE on SkySports – kick off 4:30pm GMT. You can also watch all the highlights, goals, interviews and reactions on the SkySports YouTube Channel.
How to watch Liverpool v Man Utd
Liverpool v Man Utd kick off 4:30pm GMT LIVE on SkySports.
You can also stream the game through NOW TV which gives sports fans access to all the SkySports channels without the need for a Sky membership. You can subscribe monthly or pay for a 24 hour pass just for the game.
NBC Sports will also be doing their own LIVE Liverpool v Manchester United Watchalong on YouTube. So you can keep up to speed with all the action and get the immediate reactions and views as they happen during the game.
Live Radio Streams
If you can’t tune in to watch the game then you can listen live on radio and online through BBC Radio 5 LIVE.
Full commentary, build up, reactions and discussion before, during and after the game. Listen LIVE on your radio and online from 4pm GMT.
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