Liverpool continue their League Cup campaign on Tuesday evening when Leeds United come to Anfield, with a place in the semi-finals awaiting the winner.
Jurgen Klopp‘s side have reached this quarter-final clash after victories over Burton Albion, Derby County and Tottenham, whilst Leeds’ fourth round penalty shoot-out victory at home to Norwich City sealed their place.
Both sides are enjoying successful seasons — Liverpool sit second in the Premier League having beaten Sunderland 2-0 on Saturday. Leeds are fifth in the Championship — they beat Rotherham 2-1 at the weekend.
The last time the teams met at Anfield was in October 2003 when goals from Michael Owen, Danny Murphy and Florent Sinama-Pongolle beat Peter Reid’s Leeds side, which featured a 17-year-old James Milner.
The match gets underway at 7:45pm BST — that’s 2:45pm New York, 11:45am California, 4:45am Sydney, 2:45am Singapore, 10:45pm Dubai and 9:45pm in Nairobi.
Liverpool vs. Leeds Utd is being shown live on Sky Sports 1 in the UK, which is available to live stream with a NOW TV day pass.
Liverpool vs. Leeds Utd is being shown live on beIN Sports in the US, which is available to live stream with FuboTV.
Rest of the world (TV)
Fans can find the match on the following channels worldwide:
beIN Sports 1 (Andorra), SuperSport 3 Africa, ESPN Play Argentina, Setanta Sports Eurasia +, beIN Sports Australia, Eleven Belgium, Klik SPORT, Diema Sport, beIN Sports Connect, ESPN Latin America, 6’eren, ESPN Cono Sur, Viaplay Finland, Digi Sport 1, Stoo 2 Sport, TEN 2, Sky Sports 1 (UK & Ireland), Sky Sport Plus HD (Italy), Eurosport Russia, Ziggo Sport Select, Eurosport Norway, Eleven Sports Poland, Sport Tv3, Digi Sport 2, Viaplay Sweden.
This Is Anfield will have live coverage throughout the night. Download the free This Is Anfield app for iPhone or Android here.