But victory would close the gap between the Reds, who start the day in fourth, and table-topping Chelsea to seven points, and perhaps even more importantly, would be the confidence boost that has been desperately lacking recently.
Chelsea, however, have won 13 of their last 14 games in all competitions and victory for the visitors would all but end Liverpool’s faint hopes of a title challenge.
It promises to be an exciting contest — a largely all or nothing situation for Jurgen Klopp’s side. It’s one not to be missed.
The match gets underway at 8pm GMT — that’s 3pm New York, 12noon California, 7am (Wednesday) Sydney, 4am (Wednesday) Singapore, Midnight (Wednesday) Dubai and 11pm in Nairobi.
Rest of the world (TV)
Fans can find the match on the following channels worldwide:
Ariana TV, SuperSport 4 Digitalb, beIN Sports Arabia 2, SuperSport 3 Africa, Flow Sports Premier, DIRECTV Sports, Optus Sport, DAZN, Idman TV, Star Sports Select, Play Sports 1, VOOsport World 1, Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique, SportKlub 1, ESPN Brasil, Astro SuperSport 3, Diema Sport 2, TSN4, CCTV 5, Guangdong Sports Channel, QQsports Live, Sky HD, Cytavision Sports 1, DIGI Sport 1, TV3+, SFR Sport 1, OTE Sport 1, 620 PLTV, Spiler TV, Stoo 2 Sport, beIN Sports 1 (Indonesia), BT Sport 1 / 4K UHD (UK & Ireland), J Sports 2, Spo TV 1, SuperSport Kosova 2, Viasat Sport Baltic, GO Sports, Ziggo Sport Select, Skynet Myanmar, Tv2 Sumo, Eurosport Romania, Match TV Game, Movistar TV Futbol, Idman TV, Futbol TV, NBCSN, K + 1.
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