• Is Liverpool v Burnley on TV? Preview, teams news, TV channel & and live stream

    Published Thursday 21 January 2021 10:54am

    3 min read

    We have all the latest team news on Burnley's trip to Liverpool including how to watch live on TV, streaming details and our score prediction.

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By WherestheMatch Team

Liverpool are in unknown territory right now as a run of indifferent form has seen them slip to fourth in the Premier League table.

Without a single goal in the last 3 games, Liverpool have gone four without a win and are looking to bounce back quickly as we approach the business end of the season.

Jurgen Klopp is keeping faith in his attacking fire power of Salah, Mane and Firmino despite their lack of goals at the moment.

Burnley will be up for this one and are often a stubborn team to break down despite being just above the relegation places in 17th spot.

WherestheMatch.com has all you need to know about how to watch Liverpool v Burnley on TV and via live streams.

When is Liverpool v Burnley on TV?

Liverpool v Burnley takes place on Thursday 21st January 2021.

What time is kick-off at Anfield?

Liverpool v Burnley will kick off at 8pm.

What TV channel(s) are showing Liverpool v Burnley?

You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event from 7:30pm.

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How to live stream Liverpool v Burnley online

You can watch the match with a NOW TV (also available via BT Sport) day pass for £9.99 or a month pass for £33.99 (no contract required).  Existing Sky customers can stream via Sky Go on their favourite devices.

Liverpool v Burnley - HEAD-TO-HEAD

  • Burnley's last victory against Liverpool was the 2-0 win at Turf Moor back in 2016.
  • In the last 26 attempts, Burnley have only managed one win at Anfield in all competitions.
  • Liverpool's only points drop at Anfield last season was their 1-1 draw against Burnley.

Liverpool v Burnley team news

Liverpool: Joel Matip has returned to training and might be a starter for the first time since December.  Diogo Jota is still sidelined with a knee injury and usual as well as Van Dijk, Keita and Gomez.

Burnley: Charlie Taylor may return for this game having been out since late December with a hamstring injury.  Jimmy Dunne is 50/50 and Peacock-Farrell is self-isolating due to Covid.

WherestheMatch.com prediction: Liverpool v Burnley

Burnley have lost two on the spin in recent weeks and have found themselves back towards the wrong end of the table - Liverpool will see this as a must win as they now find themselves 6 points adrift of Man Utd at the top of the table - another stutter will see them fall further behind.  We expect a return of goals for the Reds.

Prediction - Liverpool 3-1 Burnley