Liverpool’s Thrilling Victory Missed by Many: A Turnaround for TV Viewers
Dramatic Anfield Showdown Missed by TV Fans
In an era where televised football is a staple for fans, Liverpool’s recent spectacular 4-3 victory over Fulham at Anfield proved to be an exception to the norm. Despite showcasing some of the season’s most breathtaking goals, the game was conspicuously absent from live television screens across the United Kingdom. This left a significant portion of the fanbase relying on post-match highlights to witness their team’s exhilarating performance.
Sky Sports’ Surprising Broadcast Choice
Adding to the dismay of Liverpool supporters, Sky Sports’ programming decision further fueled frustrations. Opting to air the West Ham United and Crystal Palace 1-1 draw over the Liverpool-Fulham thriller, the choice left many questioning the criteria for televised match selections. Fans, already burdened with hefty subscription fees for multiple sports services, found themselves unable to watch one of Liverpool’s most captivating matches of the season live.
Sheffield United Face-Off: A Redemption for TV Viewers
However, redemption is on the horizon for Liverpool fans. The upcoming midweek fixture sees Liverpool visiting Bramall Lane to confront Sheffield United. Set to kick off at 19:30 (GMT) on Wednesday, this match offers a reprieve, being broadcast live on Amazon Prime. This presents a golden opportunity for fans to tune in live as Liverpool aims to continue their winning streak.
Accessible Viewing Options for Fans
Amazon Prime emerges as a saviour for those keen to catch every moment of the action. All ten Premier League games this midweek, including Liverpool’s clash, are accessible for Prime subscribers at no additional cost. For those without a subscription, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial, ensuring that fans don’t miss out on witnessing Liverpool’s pursuit of glory against Sheffield United.
Furthermore, the benefits extend beyond this single match. Subscribers initiating their free trial before the Sheffield United game can also enjoy Liverpool’s Boxing Day battle against Burnley. An annual subscription of £95, or a monthly fee of £8.99, stands as an alternative. However, the allure of a free month-long trial is an enticing proposition for any football aficionado yet to join the Prime viewership.