Manchester United vs Liverpool: live broadcast, stream link, team news


Liverpool will continue their fight for the Premier League title with a difficult trip to Old Trafford on Sunday, where they face struggling but still bitter rivals Manchester United.


Things have been going smoothly for league leaders Liverpool (70 points) of late, with just one draw and one defeat in their last 12 games in all competitions, as they are neck and neck with Arsenal (68) and Manchester deliver City (67) only has eight games left. The only loss, by the way? An all-time classic against – you guessed it – Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-finals last month. The Reds will control their own destiny in Jurgen Klopp's final season at Anfield and hope to properly sack one of the club's greatest managers.

As positive as the mood on Merseyside is, it is The, if not more so, bad in the red half of Manchester at the moment. The Red Devils (48 points – 6th place) have already put in two of the worst performances of the PL season this week, Draw 1-1 away against Brentford last Saturday and afterwards with a 4-3 defeat against Chelsea on Thursday. Erik ten Hag's side lost in both games by an aggregate margin of 59-30, including an astonishing 31-11 by the Bees, who currently sit 15th in the league table.

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How to watch Manchester United vs Liverpool live, with stream link and start time

Begin: 10:30 a.m. ET, Sunday
TV channel: NBC
On-line: Watch live online via & Peacock Premium

Focus on Manchester United, team news

Ten Hag chose his best available line-up to face Chelsea less than 72 hours before Sunday's derby, and that was before Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans limped off to join (again) fellow centre-backs Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof, who were on the injured list. 19-year-old Willy Kambwala replaced Evans, who previously replaced Varane, has made five appearances in the PL this season and would probably be next in the starting line-up.

OUT: Anthony Martial (groin), Victor Lindelof (hamstring), Tyrell Malacia (knee), Luke Shaw (hamstring), Lisandro Martinez (calf) | QUESTIONABLE: Casemiro (unknown), Raphael Varane (ankle), Jonny Evans (unknown), Altay Bayindir (unknown)

Liverpool focus, team news

Liverpool, on the other hand, tend to be a reasonably healthy side, with Andrew Robertson and Curtis Jones recently returning from injuries, and the trio of Alisson, Diogo Jota and Trent Alexander-Arnold also close to making their return next week.

Out: Trent Alexander-Arnold (knee), Diogo Jota (Knee – missed months), Alisson (Hamstring injury), Joel Matip (torn cruciate ligament – out for the season), Stefan Bajcetic (calf), Thiago Alcantara (groin) | QUESTIONABLE: Wataru Endo (unknown)