Among the biggest fixtures of the season occurs on Sunday – Manchester United vs Liverpool – and youll be able to follow every moment live on Sky Sports.
Old Trafford plays host to one of the football fixtures in the calendar – a competition that is full of entertainment history and aims. The fixture comes around at a crucial period for both Jurgen Klopp and Gunnar Solskjaer as United look to flip around a start while Liverpool goal to reestablish their eight-point lead near the peak of the Premier League.
Crucial times for Renault Super Sunday are:
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with all our TV build-up kicking-off in 3pm where David Jones will be joined by a bunch of Sky Sports pundits to preview the crunch encounter.
There is a selection of selections to match and improve your viewing experience to both contributors and non-subscribers – with Sky Sports.
To get non-subscribers, Manchester United vs Liverpool is accessible via a NOW TV pass. Catch a Month Pass for just #20 (normally #33.99).
Sky Premier League subscribers will also be able to tune into see the policy of the channel on Sky Go.
Where you will be able to observe all the events via our enlarged clips support and keep up to date with all the action, including team, analysis and commentary line-ups you may even follow our live match blog across our digital platforms.
This season, you are able to watch Premier League highlights with Sky Sports only after the whistle at no cost and without being a Sky Sports subscriber.
Want to catch-up? Highlights and also the best of the best after, out of before and during the game will also be published On Demand.
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