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How To Watch Liverpool V Crystal Palace: TV Channel, Kick Off Time, Live Stream And Team News

How To Watch Liverpool V Crystal Palace: TV Channel, Kick Off Time, Live Stream And Team News

All you need to know about Liverpool VS Crystal Palace

Off the back of their clash with Manchester United in Thailand, Liverpool travel to Singapore to face Crystal Palace.

Klopp's side were disappointing against Manchester United on Tuesday, losing 4-0 against the Red Devils.

However, valuable minutes were picked up by their returning stars during their first pre-season match, and they’ll be hoping for a better performance tomorrow against Palace.

What Time Is Liverpool VS Crystal Palace Kick Off? What TV Channel Is It On?

The match kicks off at 1:35pm (UK) at the Singapore National Stadium and will be televised for Liverpool fans on LFCTV. All of Liverpool’s pre-season games can be viewed there.

Palace have already played two games this pre-season. They’ve come up against Accrington Stanley and Millwall, drawing with the former and beating the latter.

Liverpool finished the match against Manchester United with numerous senior figures on the pitch, but Jürgen Klopp started the game with a markedly youthful side.

Reds fans were given their first glimpses of new stars Darwin Nuñez and Fabio Carvalho in Thailand on Tuesday.

Nuñez will be hoping to start Friday’s game rather than come off the bench and make a bit of a better impression than he did against United.

As for Palace, they also have numerous fresh faces within their dressing room who’ll be hoping to impress manager Patrick Vieira during pre-season.

Goalkeeper Sam Johnson has joined the club from West Brom on a free transfer, while midfielder Cheick Doucoure and forward Malcolm Ebiowei have also been added to the Palace ranks.

Liverpool head into the fixture with an almost fully fit squad.

Diogo Jota is set to miss out after a setback in his hamstring injury recovery, Alisson Becker is a doubt, while new signing Calvin Ramsay remains unavailable and yet to train with the Liverpool squad.

The game will represent Liverpool’s final stop on their tour of Asia. They will then return to Europe to play RB Leipzig and RB Salzburg in friendly matches in Germany and Austria.

The Reds kick off their Premier League season against newly promoted Fulham at Anfield.



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Topics: Liverpool, Crystal Palace