Want to find out how to watch Liverpool vs Bournemouth online and on television? We’ve got all of the details on the hotly-anticipated Premier League clash in Anfield this afternoon.
Kick-off is scheduled at 3pm today (Saturday August 27, 2022) with no plans to broadcast the Premier League fixture in the UK. For those outside of the UK, the rights to Liverpool vs Bournemouth have been secured by US streaming service Peacock. Highlights will be available to watch on Match of the Day on BBC later on Saturday.
How To Watch Liverpool vs Bournemouth In The UK
If you want to watch Liverpool vs Bournemouth, you’ll need to head to Anfield at 3pm BST. Highlights will be shown on Match of the Day later on August 27.
The team will be desperate for a win having only secured two points so far this season and are currently sitting behind Bournemouth in the rankings but Juergen Klopp is confident that the team will bounce back. Injuries have largely plagued the team with Thiago Alcantara, Diogo Jota, Joel Matip and Ibrahima Konate not returning for Saturday’s match. Darwin Nunzez is still out as he is serving the second of a three-game ban after getting a red card against Crystal Palace. Naby Keita could be playing on Saturday alongside Trent Alexander-Arnold, David Allison, Joe Gomez, Virgil Van Dijk, Mo Salah and more.
Jurgen Klopp’s men will be aiming to get their first win of the campaign after a slow start which has seen draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace, plus a damaging defeat away to Manchester United.
The Reds have multiple injuries to contend with at present, while Darwin Nunez remains suspended after his straight red card against Palace. It remains to be seen if Fabio Carvalho gets a start after impressing in cameos from the bench.
Dominic Solanke on the bench
Former Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke could well come on to face the Reds this afternoon. He is on the bench for Bournemouth this afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have endured a disappointing start to the 2022/23 campaign. An opening-day draw with Fulham(opens in new tab) was interpreted as an off-day at the time, but the Reds were then held to a 1-1 draw by Crystal Palace(opens in new tab) a week later.
There was not too much wrong in terms of Liverpool(opens in new tab)’s performance in that meeting with Patrick Vieira’s men, but there were no positives for them to take from their 2-1 defeat by Manchester United(opens in new tab) last time out.
The Reds were second best in all departments at Old Trafford and deserved to lose to a team that went into the match under huge pressure to deliver. Injuries are certainly not helping the situation, but Liverpool need to improve quickly if they are to keep pace with the early pace-setters at the top of the division.
The fixture list has done Bournemouth(opens in new tab) no favours at the start of the campaign. Following a meeting with Aston Villa(opens in new tab) on the opening weekend, Scott Parker’s side have had to face Manchester City(opens in new tab), Arsenal(opens in new tab) and now Liverpool in quick succession.
They were outclassed by both City and Arsenal, but a 2-0 triumph over Villa showed that the Cherries can be competitive this term, despite their status as the favourites for relegation.
If you’re out of the country for a round of Premier League fixtures, then annoyingly your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address (boo!). You’ll be blocked from watching it, which is not ideal if you’ve paid up for a subscription and still want to catch the action without resorting to illegal feeds you’ve found on Reddit.