Liverpool vs. Brighton TV Channel, Live Stream, Time, Odds: Where to Watch the Premier League Saturday

The Premier League season is only two games old but has already provided talking points in spades. Manchester City have picked up where they left off last season, Manchester United already look in crisis and Liverpool's summer spending spree appears to have paid off so far.

On Saturday, the Reds take on Brighton hoping to win their first three Premier League games of the season for the first time since the 2013-14 campaign. Brighton deservedly beat United last week but could find life a lot harder at Anfield.

As usual, fans in the U.S. have an array of options to choose from when it comes to watch the game.

Kick-off time: 12:30 p.m.

TV Channels: NBC, Universo.

Live streaming: NBC sports website, fuboTV, Sling Blue and PlayStation Vue (free trial).

Odds: Bet365 has Liverpool at 1/6 (-600.00 in moneyline terms), while the draw is at 15/2 and Brighton are 18/1.

Match preview:

Six points in two games, with six goals scored and none conceded. Jurgen Klopp couldn't have hoped for a better start to the season after spending $220 million in the summer on improving his team.

Last season, Liverpool were hampered by dropping points against mid-table clubs, an issue Klopp must address if the Reds are to mount a serious title bid and wins against West Ham and Crystal Palace in the first two games of the season were an encouraging start.

Sadio Mane celebrates after scoring Liverpool's second goal with team mates against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on August 20 in London, United Kingdom. Julian Finney/Getty Images

Naby Keita has added some much needed dynamism and attacking threat to Liverpool's midfield, while the attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane remains as potent as it was last season.

"When I came to Liverpool I knew this competition would exist in midfield and I think it's really good for the team," Klopp told The Telegraph. "If anything happens to a player, there's adequate cover."

Defensively, Liverpool also appeared a much more compact unit than last season, thanks in no small part to the fact Virgil Van Dijk has had a full preseason under his belt after arriving from Southampton in January.

With trips to Leicester and Tottenham Hotspur over the next two weeks, Liverpool will be aware of the importance of not picking up another three points but they must not underestimate Brighton. The Seagulls beat United 3-2 last weekend, dominating Jose Mourinho's side for large spells of the game but will be without captain Lewis Dunk, who hobbled off injured on Sunday.

Last season, Brighton were twice hammered by Liverpool, losing 5-1 at home and 4-0 away Seagulls boss Chris Hughton admitted his side faces a daunting task.

"An away game at Liverpool, they almost don't come any tougher than that," he was quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror. "We will need to show a lot of the qualities we showed last week. I expect it to be faster and more ­intense than United.

"Liverpool play at a very high tempo and have a lot of pace in the team. You could call it a front six, a three in midfield with very good movement and I don't have to tell anyone about their front three."