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Watford vs Liverpool Live Stream: Premier League preview, team news, predictions, kick-off time

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 Claudio Ranieri takes charge of the Hornets for the first time; Liverpool are without Alisson and Fabinho; follow Watford vs Liverpool in our dedicated live match blog; watch free match highlights on Sky Sports digital platforms and YouTube channel starting at 5.15pm on Saturday

Team news, facts, and predictions before Watford's Premier League match against Liverpool on Saturday at 12.30 p.m.

What You Should Know

As we enter Matchweek 8, Liverpool and Watford's offseasons are coming to a finish. They'll face off at Vicarage Road on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. ET. Watford's offense will have their work cut out for them against a Liverpool defense that allows only 0.86 goals per game.

Following a 2-2 tie last week, the Reds and Manchester City were awarded a point each.

Watford came up short against Leeds United two weeks ago, losing 1-0.

Following disappointing results in their previous games, both clubs are aiming for a complete three points in this match.

When is Watford's match against Liverpool?

 On Saturday, October 16th, 2021, at 12:30 p.m., Watford will face Liverpool (UK)

What is the location of Watford vs Liverpool? 

Watford will face Liverpool at Vicarage Road in Watford.

Where can I purchase Watford vs Liverpool tickets? 

Watford vs Liverpool ticket information can be obtained on each club's official website.

In the United Kingdom, where can I watch Watford vs Liverpool? 

The match between Watford and Liverpool will be broadcast live on BT Sport.



News from the team

Prior to Claudio Ranieri's first game in charge against Liverpool, Watford will analyze striker Josh King.

Francisco Sierralta and Christian Kabasele (both hamstring) were also hurt in the defeat against Leeds and have yet to return to training.

Nicolas Nkoulou will be out for another three weeks, while Peter Etebo (quad) is out indefinitely.

Liverpool will be without goalkeeper Alisson Becker and midfielder Fabinho, who have traveled directly to Spain for the Champions League fixture next week to circumvent quarantine rules in the UK.

Caoimhin Kelleher will make his first Premier League debut since February as a result.

Curtis Jones will also miss out after returning from England U21 duty with an injury, and with Thiago Alcantara (calf) still out, midfield resources are tight, although Trent Alexander-Arnold will make his comeback at right-back after missing the last two games.


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