Liverpool vs. Man United has been moved to Monday Night Football, one of five fixtures changes for the Reds this autumn.
The game against Jose Mourinho’s side – which will be just the third game since Anfield’s capacity increases to 54,000 – will now be on Monday, October 17th (8pm kick off).
The week before that, the Reds’ trip to Swansea City will be the early kick off on Saturday, October 1st (12.30pm kick off).
The other two games in October, at home to West Brom and away to Crystal Palace, have both been moved to Saturday Night Football slots – on Saturday, October 22nd and 29th (both 5.30pm kick off).
They’re both on BT Sport, with BT now having the Saturday evening slot rather than Saturday lunchtime.
The first game of November, away to Watford, will also be live on TV, on Sunday, November 6th (2.15pm kick off).
So that’s five consecutive games live on UK TV for the Reds.
Only games against Burnley (away) and Hull City (home) aren’t on UK TV from Liverpool’s first 11 fixtures this season.
Meanwhile, the League Cup second round tie at Burton Albion will be live on Sky Sports on Tuesday, August 23rd (7.45pm kick off).
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