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Liverpool will take the field against Union Saint-Gilloise in what would be their first game after the VAR controversy against Tottenham. The Europa League encounter will kick-off at 5pm UK time in Anfield and whistled by Danish referee Morten Krogh.
Liverpool were unbeaten just until their last game, and they will be the overwhelming favourites in this fixture. Gilloise will have to come up with some intelligent defensive scheme to stop Liverpool’s powerful attacking force from wreaking havoc.
How to watch in the UK
Liverpool are one of the biggest clubs in the UK with a massive fanbase. Even though this is a Europa League game, Anfield will be rocking and Liverpool fans across the country will be eagerly waiting for the Reds to fire on all cylinders.
Gilloise has been the surprise package in the Belgian Pro League as they are the table toppers ahead of Anderlecht and Gent, the usual heavyweights. Liverpool are fourth in the Premier League, but have lost only one game.
TNT sports are one of the biggest networks in the United Kingdom and official TV broadcaster of the Europa League in the UK. TNT Sports 1 and TNT Sports Ultimate will broadcast this game across Britain.
For fans looking to stream the game in the United Kingdom, Discovery+ offers the option of watching it on a PC via streaming from their sites. Discovery+ app provides a mobile friendly streaming option as well.
Liverpool vs Union Saint-Gilloise TV coverage and live streaming: International options
The European competitions are what made European football one of the biggest phenomena in the world. This Europa League clash will be watched across the globe, especially due to the popularity of Liverpool. Thus there are quite a few broadcasters covering the game globally.
FuboTv and Paramount plus will be broadcasting the game across the pond. However, they are both streaming platforms and unfortunately no English language TV network will be broadcasting the game in the USA.
SuperSport GOtv is the go to broadcaster of European football in Africa and they will be broadcasting the game in Nigeria. The kick-off time in Nigeria is at 5pm local time, same as the UK.
SuperSport GOtv will be broadcasting the game in Kenya as well. The local kick-off time in Kenya is 2 hours later than in the UK and Nigeria. Unfortunately, there are no streaming options in either of the African countries
India has one of the biggest European football fan bases in the world. The game will be broadcasted in India by the Sony Sports Network, Son Sports 1 and Sony Sports 1 HD. Sony Liv and Jio Tv will be streaming the game as well.
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