Liverpool vs Manchester United predictions, start time, Premier League clash TV channel
It’s the battle for the Premier League giants on Tuesday at Anfield as Manchester United travel to Liverpool in what is a massive clash for both sides. The Red Devils are fighting tooth and nail to secure a place in the top four, three points behind Tottenham for the last Champions League spot. As for the Merseysiders, they are in the middle of a title race with Manchester City, trailing them by just one point.
Below, find Manchester United-Liverpool predictions, start time, how to watch and TV channel.
How to watch Manchester United v Liverpool in the Premier League?
What time does the game start?
The game is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET on April 19.
Where is the game played?
The match will take place at Anfield in Liverpool, England.
How do I watch or stream live?
In the United States, you can watch this game on NBC Sports. In Canada, it is available on DAZN.
Predictions Liverpool-Manchester United
Jurgen Klopp’s men couldn’t be in better shape ahead of this game. They booked their ticket to the Champions League semi-finals last week after beating Benfica 6-4 over two legs, then went absolutely wild at Man City at the weekend, knocking them out in the semi-finals of the Champions League. FA Cup by a score of 3-2. The Merseysiders had three good goals at half-time thanks to an early brace from Ibrahima Konate and Sadio Mane. Liverpool allowed City back into the game, but ultimately held on. The Reds are now on an eight-game unbeaten streak, winning six in that span. Plus, they’ve gone 12-3-0 at Anfield this term in the Premier League, which is a fantastic sign ahead of Tuesday’s fixture.
Manchester United are certainly not having the greatest campaign. For a club with such a rich history, the Red Devils have seriously disappointed in 2021/22. They are out of all major competitions and no material will be won in the Premier League either. Unless the team gets back to their act extremely quickly, United will also find themselves in Europe next season. Last weekend’s win over Norwich was far from convincing, with Cristiano Ronaldo saving the day with a heroic hat-trick. Before that, however, Man U had tasted defeat to Everton. In fact, Ralf Rangnick’s group have only won once in their last four outings. To make matters worse, Ronaldo is unavailable to play against Liverpool following the tragic death of his baby boy on Monday. That being said, Bruno Fernandes, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford among others will be tasked with trying to create havoc up top against the Reds’ rock solid backline. A result is badly needed for United here, especially with two more daunting fixtures to come against Arsenal and Chelsea. Hopefully Ronaldo can return by then.
I just don’t see how Liverpool will come out of this game with less than the three points. They are really firing on all cylinders at the moment and Manchester United are far too unreliable to stop them. Moreover, without Cristiano, they have no serious threat in the final third.