Tottenham Hotspur vs. Liverpool: Start time, how to watch or stream in the US, UK and Australia
Spurs and Liverpool are about to face off. Here's how to watch...
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In the beginning, Liverpool looked unstoppable, and Tottenham Hotspur, managed by a resurgent Jose Mourinho, was hot on its tail. Months later, Liverpool has sunk to fourth position and hasn't scored in its last four EPL games. Spurs have also struggled to find consistency and currently sit in fifth position.
But this is the tightest Premier League race we've seen in years, and everything seems to change week to week. Case in point: bottom of the table team Sheffield United just beat Man United. On that note, the upcoming match between Spurs and Liverpool is incredibly important. If Spurs win, they'll replace Liverpool in the fourth spot, but Jurgen Klopp's men will be doing everything in their power to head back to winning ways.
Here's everything you need to know...
Let's go through some time zones...
The match kicks off at 12 noon PT (3 p.m ET). on Thursday, Jan. 28.
The match kicks off at 8 p.m. GMT on Thursday, Jan. 28.
The match kicks off at 7 a.m AEDT. on Friday, Jan. 29.
Premier League games are shown on
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