Among the fixtures of the season occurs on Sunday – Manchester United vs Liverpool – and you can follow every second dwell on Sky Sports.
Old Trafford plays host to a the biggest soccer fixtures in the calendar – a rivalry that is full of amusement, history and intentions. The fixture comes around in a vital stage for the Gunnar Solskjaer and Jurgen Klopp as United look to flip around a tumultuous start while Liverpool aim to reestablish their eight-point lead.
Key times for Renault Super Sunday are:
Its possible to see the match live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, together with all our TV build-up kicking-off in 3pm.
There is a variety of selections to complement and enhance your experience with Sky Sports – for both readers and non-subscribers.
To get non-subscribers, Manchester United vs Liverpool is accessible via a NOW TV pass. Catch a Month Pass for only #20 (generally #33.99).
Sky Premier League subscribers will have the ability to tune in to watch the coverage of the channel on Sky Go.
You might follow our live match blog throughout our electronic platforms, where you will have the ability to observe all the significant events via our expanded mobile clips support and keep up to date including staff, analysis and commentary line-ups.
This year, you are able to observe Premier League highlights with Sky Sports just and without being a Sky Sports subscriber.
Wish to catch-up? The best of the best from earlier, after and during the game and highlights will be printed On Demand.
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