MANCHESTER — Manchester United will host fierce rivals Liverpool in an English Premier League game at Old Trafford on Saturday and here is how you can watch and stream the action live.
For live streaming, action visit NBCSports.com from the USA, while the UK visitors can following the coverage on MUTV Online and LFCTV GO. For live radio commentary, get it on TalkSport Radio World, with the game time set for 7:30 am ET.
Sky Sports Premier League is among the challenge providing live broadcasting in the UK, while NBCSN will cater for the American audience.
Manchester United enter Saturday’s game with a two points lead over Liverpool in second place in the English Premier League standings.
A win for Jose Mourinho’s men would provide them with a five-point lead and some breathing space over their arch-rivals from Anfield.
However, a victory for Liverpool would see them moving one point clear of the Red Devils and jumped into second place.
Manchester United have been dominant at home against Liverpool in the last 13 English Premier League, having won 10 of their last 13 home matches in the league against the Reds.
Both teams are blessed with firepower in the attack, but all eyes will be on Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, who has scored in his last five English Premier League matches and has also scored against every other top-six Premier League side this season.
Salah, the English Premier League’s joint-top scorer with Harry Kane on 24 goals, has strikes against Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal.
In early team news, Manchester United confirmed that centre-back Eric Bailly has recovered from a knee problem is fully fit for the game. He is expected to start.
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini (knee) could also return, but forward Anthony Martial (knock) could miss out again, having sat out the thrilling comeback win over Crystal Palace on Monday.
Meanwhile, for Liverpool, midfielders Jordan Henderson (dead leg) and Georginio Wijnaldum (illness) could both return, as well as defender Andy Robertson.