Liverpool’s Journey to Kenilworth Road
As Liverpool prepare to travel to the storied Kenilworth Road this Sunday, anticipation builds for their first league encounter with Luton Town since the latter’s ascent back to the Premier League. The historic matchup is set to reignite a rivalry that has been dormant in league play since 1992, although the teams have clashed in the FA Cup, with Liverpool’s 5-0 triumph in 2008 standing out as the most recent memory.
The Reds’ Momentum
Liverpool, invigorated by their Carabao Cup triumph against Bournemouth, are looking to extend their winning streak post-international break. Despite the logistical challenges posed by stormy weather, Jurgen Klopp’s squad showed resilience, a quality they aim to carry into the upcoming match against Luton. Klopp praised the team’s performance under duress as a ‘top cup tie’, signalling his intent to maintain their form.
Luton’s Uphill Battle
On the other side, Luton Town, managed by Rob Edwards, are grappling with a challenging season, having secured only one victory in their last ten games. Their recent 3-1 loss to Aston Villa has left them teetering on the edge of the relegation zone. As they gear up to face the formidable Reds, Luton’s resolve will be put to the test.
Catching the Action Live
For fans not in attendance, the good news is that the clash will be broadcast live across various platforms. UK viewers can tune in to Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, and Sky Sports Ultra HDR starting at 16:30 GMT. The match will also be streamed online via the Sky Go app for Sky Sports subscribers.
Global Broadcast Details
Internationally, the match will be accessible through various channels. European fans can watch on DAZN, while in the United States, the match will be aired on the USA Network and streamed on fuboTV. Post-match, highlights will be available on Liverpool’s official YouTube channel, and LFCTV GO will offer live commentary and a full match replay globally. For real-time updates, fans can follow Anfield Watch’s social media channels.