Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd kick-off time, TV and live stream details


Life without defensive talisman Virgil van Dijk starts for Liverpool on Saturday when Sheffield United come to Anfield.

The Dutch centre-back faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines with an anterior cruciate ligament injury after being clattered by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in last weekend’s Merseyside derby.

Liverpool will be looking for their first win in three Premier League games, with last Saturday’s 2-2 draw coming off the back of that 7-2 defeat at Aston Villa.

Sheffield United finally earned their first point of the season last weekend when they drew 1-1 at home to Fulham, thanks to a late Billy Sharp penalty.

Former Reds striker Rhian Brewster could line-up for the Blades against his former club.

What time is Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd?

Richarlison of Everton takes out Thiago Alcantara of Liverpool with a tackle that gets him the red card
Thiago is a doubt for Liverpool after being injured in last weekend’s Merseyside derby

Anfield hosts the fourth and final Premier League game being played on Saturday.

Kick-off is at 8pm, shortly after the final whistle sounds at Old Trafford, where Manchester United host Chelsea.

Sunday will see three more Premier League fixtures played, including league leaders Everton’s trip to Southampton and Arsenal vs Leicester.

Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd TV channel and live stream

Joe Gomez high fives Liverpool teammate Virgil van Dijk
Joe Gomez could help fill the void left by Virgil van Dijk

For the second weekend running, Sheffield Utd fans will need to cough up £14.95 to watch their team play.

This weekend Sky Sports Box Office will show the match.

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Found online or on Sky channel 491, fans can only watch the game on the device they use to pay for the game.

Anyone wanting to watch Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd will need to pay, even Sky Sports subscribers.

Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd odds

Sheffield United's Rhian Brewster poses in the club's pink away kit
Rhian Brewster swapped Anfield for Bramall Lane over the summer

But with no Virgil van Dijk, and Adrian an uncertain stand-in for the excellent Alisson, will the Reds be able to blunt The Blades entirely?

Chris Wilder’s side is still searching for a first victory of the season – but they have managed to score in their last two outings, while Wednesday’s shaky clean sheet in Amsterdam was only Liverpool’s third in nine competitive outings this season (including the Community Shield).

Liverpool to win the match but Both Teams To Score is a much more appealing 7/4 price with thepools.com.

Just for the record Sheffield United are a huge 10/1 to become the first team to win a Premier League match at Anfield in more than two years while the draw is 5/1.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.





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