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Arsenal vs Liverpool Live Stream: Channel guide, kick-off time and match preview

Premier League Champions Liverpool travel to North London to take on Arsenal, seeking another win to boost hopes of a record points tally. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool on any device, wherever you are. 

Arsenal vs Liverpool kick-off time

The game gets underway at 8:15pm BST and is the last of four Premier League games taking place on Wednesday night, as the season races to a close following the coronavirus-enforced three month lay-off.

How to watch Arsenal vs Liverpool in the UK

Unfortunately, this isn’t one of the free Premier League games being offered by Sky Sports, the BBC or Amazon. For this one you’ll need a Sky Sports subscription of sorts.

Existing Sky Sports subscribers can still watch on Sky Sports Premier League channel and Sky Sports Main Event. Sky has an interesting strategy here, letting you watch the match with faux crowd noise piped in on Main Event, or without it on Sky Sports Premier League.

Coverage begins at 8:00 pm BST, following on directly from the previous live fixture, which is Manchester City vs Bournemouth (kick-off 6:00pm BST)

If you’re not a full Sky subscriber, you can grab Now TV Sky Sports pass to watch the game. These passes come in daily, weekly and monthly flavours and will be ideal to let you get your football fix. Now TV works on multiple devices so you can watch the games on your phone, TV, laptop, tablet or Chromecast.

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Arsenal vs Liverpool match preview

Liverpool sealed the Premier League crown with a record seven games to spare, but have failed to muster their best form since the restart. Hopes of achieving an all-time record Premier League points tally have been hampered by a defeat to Man City and draws with Everton and Burnley. The Reds now need to win their final three games to set a new record of 102 points in a season.

Standing in their way are Arsenal, who are beginning to find their feet under Mikel Arteta’s stewardship. A defeat in the North London derby last weekend may have tempered some expectations, but the Gunners are certainly looking a little less fragile since the restart.

We’re ready for an entertaining game at The Emirates, with both sides likely to be on the front foot and going for the win.

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