Liverpool vs Chelsea: Watch the Live streaming, match Preview Team form and kick off Time

Liverpool vs Chelsea: Watch the Live streaming, match Preview Team form and kick off Time

Liverpool will have to be up and running today against Chelsea if they really want to revenge 2014 legend Gerald slipped that cost them the premier league in that year  Chelsea is also well prepared to win in other to qualify for Champions Leagues.

LIVERPOOL will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing defeat at Arsenal ensured they will miss out on the all-time Premier League points record.

Chelsea meanwhile sit third in the table, only one point above Leicester and know a win will secure a Champions League place for next season.

 Liverpool will lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the game
Liverpool will lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the gameCredit: AFP or licensors

What time does Liverpool vs Chelsea kick off?

  • Liverpool vs Chelsea will be played on Wednesday, July 22.
  • Anfield plays host for the match at 8.15pm BST
  • Head to head stats show that in the 55 meetings between Chelsea and Liverpool, the Reds edge it with 21 wins, Chelsea have won 20 of those games with 14 draws

What TV channel is Liverpool vs Chelsea on and can I live stream it?

  • Liverpool vs Chelsea is live on Sky One, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Pick.
  • To stream the game live, head to Sky Go on any tablet or device that has the app.

How do I watch Liverpool vs Chelsea for free?

  • Sky Pick is a special FREE channel for all UK viewers, available until the end of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
  • Simply head to Sky channel 159, Freeview channel 144 or Virgin Channel 165

Team news

James Milner is preparing to make his comeback for Liverpool, although Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson all still injured and unavailable.

N’Golo Kant missed Chelsea’s FA Cup win over Manchester United and will most likely be starting on the bench should he return for Liverpool.

Billy Gilmour is out for the rest of the season and Olivier Giroud is expected to keep his spot in the starting line-up because of his heroics at Wembley