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22 July 2020 12:36

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Liverpool vs Chelsea FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for Premier League match – The Sun

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. 2 Liverpool will lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the game Credit: AFP or licensors Liverpool vs Chelsea will be played on Wednesday, July 22. 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. Sky Pick is a special FREE channel for all UK viewers, available until the end of the 2019/20 Premier League season. 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. Though Liverpool will be lifting the Premier League trophy after the game, the main impetus will be on Chelsea, where a victory would guarantee them a top four finish and Champions League football next season. It's fair to say that since Liverpool wrapped up the Premier League title, they've been a little underwhelming.

Much of that is understandable, but there will be a part of Jurgen Klopp that's bitterly disappointed that his side haven't been able to break Manchester City's record points haul in a Premier League season. In terms of value, I like the look of a Chelsea win/draw double chance. Just two wins in their five games since winning the league isn't a particularly impressive return, so it's fair to say Chelsea—with four wins from their last five in all competitions—are the form side heading into this. Furthermore, Liverpool have won just two of their last nine matches against Chelsea (after 90 minutes), and that's a pretty big sample size, so there's clearly some issue Liverpool have against the West Londoners. 'It's not a case of trying to clone Liverpool' - Chelsea will achieve success in their own way, insists Lampard The Reds have led the way in the Premier League this campaign, but the Blues manager will not attempt to copy their blueprint for silverware will not attempt to copy in their bid for success next season, according to Blues manager Frank Lampard.

The Reds have put together an exceptional squad in recent seasons, culminating in 12 months of immense success. Last season, Jurgen Klopp's men claimed the, and on Wednesday night they will lift the Premier League trophy having won the English top flight for the first time in 30 years. Lampard is attempting to do something similar with Chelsea, with big-money signings Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech already secured this summer, and Kai Havertz also on the club's wish list. However, Lampard - whose Chelsea side face Liverpool on Wednesday night - says simply attempting to ape the Reds is not a viable method for success, and they have to try and mind their own path to glory. You don't see that sort of consistency, in terms of performance and results, in many Premier League seasons.

It's always impressive when you see a team that plays in the image of their manager, with character and aggression. The former Blues midfielder has enjoyed a good first season in charge, however, with the team fighting for a Premier League top-four finish and into the final of the. Lampard has placed a lot of trust in young academy products such as Mason Mount, Billy Gilmour and Tammy Abraham this season, and is pleased with their efforts, even if he feels the squad has a long way to go to match Liverpool. "Expectations for us were mixed at the start of the season; there were some unknowns in terms of the squad - I had players who were making their debuts in the Premier League - and I just wanted to see where we could get to. Image Source: GETTY IMAGES Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Streaming Premier League in India: Watch LIV vs CHE live football match online Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Streaming Premier League in India: Liverpool's players will finally get their hands on the Premier League trophy — and will aim to mark an occasion for which the club has been waiting 30 years by beating Chelsea at Anfield. Third-place Chelsea also has plenty of motivation because a victory would secure a Champions League qualification spot for next season. Chelsea will also enter the match with a huge boost in the confidence after win over Manchester United in the FA Cup semifinals. Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool are not playing consistent football since the resumption of Premier League in June. Here are the details of when and where to watch LIV vs CHE live football match online and on television. Liverpool vs Chelsea, Premier League Live Streaming in India When is the Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea? The Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea will take place on Thursday, July 23 2020. What are the timings of Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea? The Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea will start at 12:45 AM IST. Where is the Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea being played? The Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea will be played at the Anfield. Which TV channel will broadcast the Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea? The Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea will broadcast on Star Sports 1, Star Sports Select 1 and Star Sports Select 1 HD in India. Where can you live stream the Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea? The Premier League match Liverpool vs Chelsea will live stream on Disney+ Hotstar. Manchester United legend Gary Neville has dismissed Liverpool's chances of defending the Premier League title next season and dominating English football, insisting they can't compete with Manchester City, Manchester United or Chelsea. Jurgen Klopp's side will get their hands on trophy after they host Chelsea in their final home game of the season on Wednesday night, following a dominant season where they've stormed to success. But despite being the reigning Premier League, European and World champions, Neville has played down their future hopes, believing their lack of spending power will see them fail to compete with their rivals. "Their owners just don't have the money of a Manchester City, or the spending power of a Manchester United or a Chelsea." However, Neville did pay tribute to Liverpool's season, admitting that lack of financial clout compared to their rivals made their achievements even more impressive. That makes Jurgen Klopp's achievement all the more great," he said. Since winning the Champions League last season, Liverpool have only spent money on Takumi Minamino, Harvey Elliott and Sepp van den Berg, while, due to the financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic, the Reds are expecting another quiet summer the transfer front this year.