How to watch Liverpool’s internationals on TV in August & September

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With the majority of Jurgen Klopp‘s Liverpool squad departing on international duty, there are plenty of opportunities to catch them in action.

Twenty senior Reds joined their respective nations for the September break, after rounding off August with an excellent 4-0 win at home to Arsenal.

The likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Jordan Henderson, Emre Can, Daniel Sturridge and Roberto Firmino have all joined their countrymen for World Cup qualifiers.

With the signing of Naby Keita from RB Leipzig sealed for 2018, the midfielder will be another one to watch over the next 10 days.

Here’s how you can watch Klopp’s international Reds in action on TV in the UK.

Fixtures & TV Info

Brazil's Roberto Firmino celebrates after scoring a goal during a friendly soccer match against Honduras in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Wednesday, June 10, 2015. Brazil is preparing for the Copa America which begins Thursday in Chile. (AP Photo/Nabor Goulart)

Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge (England)
Malta (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 1 – 7.45pm, ITV 1
Slovakia (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 4 – 7.45pm, ITV 1

Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino (Brazil)
Ecuador (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 1 – 1.45am, Not on UK TV
Colombia (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 5 – 9.30pm, Not on UK TV

Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi (Belgium)
Gibraltar (H), World Cup Qualifier – August 31 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Greece (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 3 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football (Red Button)

LILLE, FRANCE - Friday, July 1, 2016: Belgium's Divock Origi sits on the substitutes bench ahead of the UEFA Euro 2016 Championship Quarter-Final match against Wales at the Stade Pierre Mauroy. (Pic by Paul Greenwood/Propaganda)

Danny Ward, Ben Woodburn (Wales)
Austria (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 2 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Moldova (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 5 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Mix

Mohamed Salah (Egypt)
Uganda (A), World Cup Qualifier – August 31 – 2pm, Not on UK TV
Uganda (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 5 – 7pm, Not on UK TV

Sadio Mane (Senegal)
Burkina Faso (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 2 – 9pm, BT Sport 1
Burkina Faso (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 5 – 7pm, Not on UK TV

Germany's Emre Can at the international soccer match between German and Slovakia in the WWK Arena in Augsburg, Germany, 29 May 2016. Photo: ANDREAS GEBERT/dpa

Emre Can (Germany)
Czech Republic (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 1 – 7.45pm, Not on UK TV
Norway (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 4 – 7.45pm, Not on UK TV

Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)
France (A), World Cup Qualifier – August 31 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Bulgaria (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 3 – 5pm, Sky Sports Football

Andrew Robertson (Scotland)
Lithuania (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 1 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Malta (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 4 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Main Event

Dejan Lovren (Croatia)
Kosovo (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 2 – 7.45pm, Not on UK TV
Turkey (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 5 – 7.45pm, Not on UK TV

Estonia's Ragnar Klavan (PA Images)

Ragnar Klavan (Estonia)
Greece (A), World Cup Qualifier – August 31 – 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football (Red Button)
Cyprus (H), World Cup Qualifier – September 3 – 5pm, Not on UK TV

Naby Keita (Guinea)
Libya (H), World Cup Qualifier – August 31 – 6pm, Not on UK TV
Libya (A), World Cup Qualifier – September 4 – 8pm, Not on UK TV

Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sheyi Ojo, Dominic Solanke (England U21s)
Netherlands (A), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 1 – 5pm, FreeSports
Latvia (H), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 5 – 7.45pm, BT Sport 1

Marko Grujic (Serbia U21s)
Gibraltar (H), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 1 – 5pm, Not on UK TV

Harry Wilson (Wales U21s)
Switzerland (A), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 1 – 6pm, Not on UK TV
Portugal (A), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 5 – 7.15pm, Not on UK TV

ROTTACH-EGERN, GERMANY - Friday, July 28, 2017: Liverpool's goalkeeper Kamil Grabara during a training session at FC Rottach-Egern on day three of the preseason training camp in Germany. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Kamil Grabara (Poland U21s)
Georgia (A), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 1 – 5pm, Not on UK TV

Corey Whelan (Republic of Ireland U21s)
Azerbaijan (A), Euro U21 Qualifier – September 5 – 4pm, Not on UK TV

Rhian Brewster (England U18s)
Brazil (H), Friendly – September 1 – 7pm, Not on UK TV
South Africa (H), Friendly – September 4 – 7pm, Not on UK TV

* All times BST, TV info based on UK schedule.

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