Liverpool are looking to rediscover their best form against Crystal Palace after enduring a false start in the Merseyside derby on Sunday.

Everton was able to thwart the Reds and Jurgen Klopp resisted using Mohamed Salah off the bench.

They now encounter a Palace team that cannot confirm the title with a victory and Roy Hodgson’s team is now pursuing a place in Europe.

An impressive victory at Bournemouth on their return sees them just four points behind Manchester United in fifth.

This is how you can watch the game live on television and live.

Crystal Palace has frustrated the Klopp team in Liverpool before (Getty)
When and at what time is the kick-off?

The game will begin at 8:15 pm on Wednesday June 24 at Anfield.

How can I see it online and on television?

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.

To watch the match without a Sky Sports subscription, you can purchase a Now TV pass here.

What is the team news?
Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson could return from injuries here, but Jurgen Klopp will be without James Milner and Joel Matip after knocks against Everton on Sunday.

Andros Townsend and James McCarthy could come in if Roy Hodgson wants to rotate, while Jeffrey Schlupp, Martin Kelly and James Tomkins remain out.

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Predicted line-ups

Liverpool predicted line-up: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Salah, Firmino, Mane

Crystal Palace predicted line-up: Guaita; Ward, Dann, Cahill, Van Aanholt; Kouyata, Milivojevic, McArthur; Ayew, Benteke, Zaha

What are the odds?
Liverpool 3/10

Draw 5/1

Crystal Palace 13/1

Prediction
The Reds face a tough task against a resilient Palace now sniffing a European place after closing the gap on fifth, but Jurgen Klopp can recall Mohamed Salah, who could offer a much-needed spark that was evidently missing on Sunday. But with Gary Cahill leading the Eagles at the back, it looks set to be an attritional match, especially with the low-scoring nature and rustiness seen around the league since the restart. But we’ll opt for a narrow home win, as the Reds move to the brink of their first title by claiming a hard-fought 1-0 victory.

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