Liverpool take on West Ham at Anfield in the Premier League on Wednesday evening. Here is all you need to know ahead of the match, including the TV and live stream details.
The Reds have struggled in the league so far this term, and go into the game in eighth position in the table. However, they secured a crucial 1-0 win over Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.
Therefore, despite an injury suffered by Diogo Jota that will keep him out of the World Cup, Liverpool enter tonight's clash with plenty of confidence.
West Ham will do likewise, despite being held 1-1 at Southampton on the same day as Liverpool's win over City. The Hammers have won six of their last eight games in all competitions.
They have also eased through their Europa Conference League group, winning all four games to date.
David Moyes' side sit 13th in the Premier League table, but could enter the top half - and overtake tonight's opponents - with a victory.
We have got all the key details ahead of what is likely to be a highly entertaining match:
Is Liverpool vs West Ham on TV? What channel is it on?
Liverpool vs West Ham will not be shown on TV. Sky Sports and BT Sport do not have the broadcasting rights to show the ongoing set of Premier League midweek fixtures.
Instead, the game will be shown on Amazon Prime, who are carrying coverage of all nine midweek fixtures.
Liverpool vs West Ham: Live stream
Fans can watch Liverpool vs West Ham via the Amazon Prime Video service. This is a subscription-based service. For more details on how to subscribe to Prime, including details on signing up for a free trial, click here.
Once you have accessed Prime Video, you must sign in using your Amazon account details.
What is the Liverpool vs West Ham kick-off time?
Pre-match coverage of Liverpool vs West Ham begins at 6:30pm UK time. Laura Woods will present the coverage, with punditry from Eniola Aluko and Steve McManaman.
The match proper will then start at 7:30pm UK time. Ian Darke and Ally McCoist are the assigned commentators for tonight's action.
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Topics: Liverpool, West Ham United, Premier League, David Moyes, Jurgen Klopp