Liverpool vs Man Utd: How to watch Premier League clash on TV - KO time, live stream details and highlights

Everything you need to know about Liverpool vs Manchester United this weekend

Manchester United will be brimming with confidence this weekend as they take on Liverpool off the back of their Carabao Cup victory, as well as progressing through to the FA Cup quarter-finals. The Red Devils will be eager to do the double over their fierce rivals after beating them 2-1 in August.

Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp’s side have endured a tricky campaign so far but now sit two points from fifth place after winning three of their last four matches in the Premier League. They have also kept four clean sheets since a 3-0 thrashing by Wolves at the start of February.

Here is everything you need to know about Liverpool vs Man Utd...

When is Liverpool vs Man Utd?

Liverpool will host Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday afternoon (March 5) in the second of two Premier League fixtures. The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:30pm.

Is Liverpool vs Man Utd on TV?

Yes, Liverpool vs Manchester United has been selected for live broadcast in Sky Sports’ Super Sunday this weekend. Coverage is set to get underway at 4pm.

Sky Sports customers can watch the match via Sky Go, while you can also snap up a NOW TV day pass for £11.98 to get access to the Premier League showing.

For those who are unable to watch, BBC One’s Match of the Day will also show extended highlights from 10:20pm on Saturday night. This can also be streamed via BBC iPlayer and the BBC iPlayer app.

Team news


Liverpool’s injury crisis has improved in recent weeks with the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino returning to the squad. However, there are still a number of players out for this weekend’s tie.

Calvin Ramsay and Luis Diaz remain as long-term absentees, with the latter set to return this month after sitting on the sidelines since Liverpool’s defeat to Arsenal in October. However, this week’s meeting with United comes too soon for the Colombian.

Meanwhile, Thiago is ruled out through injury, while Arthur Melo has so far disappointed in training after returning from the treatment room. However, Joe Gomez and Naby Keita could be available after missing out on matches against Wolves and Crystal Palace.

Man United

Donny van de Beek and Christian Eriksen still face a long spell on the sidelines after suffering their respective injuries, while Anthony Martial is also ruled out after a difficult season. The Frenchman has only made nine appearances in the top flight this term after missing around 100 days of action due to a series of injuries.

Meanwhile, there was concern about Luke Shaw after he was absent from United’s win over West Ham on Wednesday, however he is likely to return to the fold for their trip to Merseyside. Jadon Sancho could also be available after he missed the midweek clash due to illness.