Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – Crystal Palace Liverpool, Live Stream, English Premier League Round 34

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, Crystal Palace Liverpool, Live Stream, English Premier League Round 34Liverpool enter the weekend third in the Premier League table, but Manchester City sit just two points behind them. On Sunday, 15th-place Crystal Palace travel to Anfield to face Liverpool. Palace sit only seven points above the relegation zone.

Jurgen Klopp’s side faced West Brom in their last game. Liverpool captured all three points with a headed goal from Roberto Firmino on a set piece. The Brazilian has scored in back-to-back games for Liverpool as they look to lock down third place. Klopp’s side have played well since the beginning of March, picking up 17 of a possible 21 points.

Palace faced Leicester in their previous game. The Foxes jumped out to an earlier lead after Robert Huth headed home a corner in the sixth minute. Jamie Vardy scored Leicester’s second in the 52nd minute. However, Palace responded two minutes later when a deflected shot landed right in front of Yohan Cabaye in the middle of the box. Cabaye scored his second goal in as many games. In the 70th minute, Christian Benteke was able to steal a point for Palace with his third goal in four games.

he Premier League match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace will be broadcast on NBCSN. Live streaming is available on NBC Sports, which you can access with your cable or satellite, either online or through their app.

Date: Sunday, April 23
Start Time: 11:30 a.m. ET
Location: Liverpool, England
Stadium: Anfield
TV info: NBCSN

Liverpool defeated Crystal Palace 4-2 in the first match this season. Despite sitting in the bottom third of the table, Palace have played very well of late. Palace has won five of their past seven games and captured 16 of a possible 21 points. With both teams playing well, Sunday’s game could be very entertaining to watch.

The hosts will hand late fitness tests to Joel Matip and Lucas Leiva after the pair suffered muscle injuries last week but the duo have taken part in light training so look to be winning their race to be passed fit.

Ragnar Klavan will also be given a late check on a knee injury while youngster Joe Gomez is on stand-by to fill-in at the back if the trio are all ruled out.

Adam Lallana is stepping-up his recovery from a thigh injury but the midfielder won’t be in contention tomorrow while Jordan Henderson is facing a race against time to play again this season. Sadio Mane remains out with a knee ligament injury.

Palace will be without Mamadou Sakho as he’s not eligible to play against his parent club so James Tomkins is set to return while Loic Remy and James McArthur are also in contention.

However, Scott Dann, Pape Souare, Fraizer Campbell and Connor Wickham all remain unavailable with long-term injuries.

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