Time: Noon GMT8 a. Preview With City facing Watford in the late game on Saturday, there is every chance the Reds will go into the meeting with Burnley four points behind their rivals. The Reds had a seven-point advantage on the defending champions prior to their meeting in January, so it has been quite the turnaround. It also means there will be added pressure on Liverpool to respond, and considering how they've toiled through some games as of late, that will be a worry for manager Jurgen Klopp. After the stalemate with Everton, the manager said the conditions inside the stadium weren't helpful to his team, and they failed to play at their fluid best: While Liverpool continue to look rock-solid at the back, with Virgil van Dijk imperious for almost the entirety of the season, the manner in which they have fallen out of sync in an attack is curious.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get the biggest Liverpool FC stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Jurgen Klopp's side current sit top of the table with a two point lead over reigning champions Manchester City, after ruthlessly sweeping aside Arsenal in their last outing.
Joel Matip headed the Reds ahead on the stroke of half time, before Mohamed Salah scored twice after the break to hand his side a win at Anfield. Read More The Liverpool summer transfer that Jurgen Klopp personally arranged While Burnley come into the game on the back of a draw with Wolves last Sunday, and haven't picked up three points since beating Southampton on the opening day of the season.
And below is all the key information fans need to know for Burnley vs Liverpool this weekend.
What channel is Burnley vs Liverpool on? Sky Sports will be televising the match in the UK on Saturday evening.
Coverage begins at 5pm on their Main Event and Premier League channels before the game kicks off at pm. Can I stream Burnley vs Liverpool? Fans without a Sky subscription can stream the game via Now TV. The shortest of those time periods is 24 hours - and this weekend, with both Merseyside clubs set to feature on Sky Sports within a 24 hour period, one pass can get you access to two games.