Burnley vs. Liverpool: Where to Watch Premier League, Live Stream, Team News and Odds

Table leader Liverpool looks to extends its perfect Premier League record when it travels to Burnley on Saturday.

As the only side to win its first three Premier League games, the Reds are alone at the top of the table and would set a club record of 13 straight wins in the top-flight with a win at Turf Moor.

It speaks volumes for the improvement this team has made under Jurgen Klopp that it could beat a record set in October 1990, an era when Liverpool not only routinely challenged for the title but won it too.

A first top-flight crown in 30 years might have continued to prove frustratingly elusive last season but there is little doubt Klopp has turned Liverpool into a force to be reckoned with, both domestically and on the continental stage.

The six-time European Cup winners have won 16 of their last 20 Premier League and have lost just once in the league in the last 42 games. That defeat came against Manchester City in January and ultimately proved to be the difference between winning the title and finishing second.

Those who thought coming within a point of winning the title would deflate Liverpool have been proven wrong so far, as the Reds started the season with their foot firmly on the gas.

Saturday's 3-1 win over Arsenal was Liverpool's best performance of the campaign and Fabinho has urged his teammates to reproduce the same intensity against Burnley.

"We've started really well, we're the only team to have won the first three games," the Brazilian told Liverpool's official website.

"We know that playing Burnley away is always very difficult. Last season was really tough, but we're really confident and know that a fourth victory will be a great step for the start of the season. So we will play in the same way and go after the win."

Burnley could indeed prove to be a tricky customer for Liverpool, even though the Reds have won four of the last five Premier League games against the Clarets.

Burnley only just missed out on a second league win of the season on Sunday after conceding a late equalizer against Wolverhampton. In Ashley Barnes, the Clarets have one of the most in-form strikers in the league.

Barnes has scored 13 Premier League goals in 2019, a tally better only by Sergio Aguero and Sadio Mane with 16 and 15 respectively.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrates after scoring his team's third goal during the Premier League against Arsenal at Anfield on August 24 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Laurence Griffiths/Getty

When and where is the game?

Burnley hosts Liverpool at Turf Moor on Satuday, August 31, with kick-off scheduled for 5:30 p.m. local time (12:30 p.m. ET).

Liverpool has won its two most recent trips to Turf Moor, winning 3-1 last season and 2-1 in the previous campaign.

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast live on NBC.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via the NBC Sports website, NBC Sports Gold and the NBC Sports app. A live stream for selected games will also be available via fuboTV.


Burnley moved up to four points after picking up a creditable 1-1 draw away at Wolverhampton last week, while Liverpool has the only 100 percent record remaining after beating Arsenal 3-1 on Sunday.

Team news

Burnley will be without Johann Gudmundsson and Steven Defour, with both players nursing a calf injury, while Robbie Brady should be available next week.

Liverpool remains without Alisson, Nathaniel Clyne and Naby Keita, with a return date still not set for any of the three.


According to Oddschecker, Liverpool is an 33/100 favorite, while Burnley is at 9/1 and the draw is at 22/5.