Premier League 19/20: Where to Watch Liverpool vs. Arsenal, Live Stream, Team News and Odds

The Premier League leaders go head-to-head on Saturday, as Liverpool hosts Arsenal in a fixture that the Reds have dominate in recent years.

The reigning European champions and Arsenal are the only teams to have won their first two league games—the first time since 1990-both sides won their opening two fixtures.

Arsenal won the league at the end of that campaign but despite their perfect start, it seems unlikely the Gunners will end the long wait for a Premier League title that has entered its 15th season.

Liverpool's title drought has been twice as long, but the Reds could be alone at the top of the table with a win on Saturday. Jurgen Klopp's men picked up where they left off last season, thrashing Norwich 4-1 before winning 2-1 away at Southampton, and hope to extend their dominance over Arsenal.

The Gunner's most recent trips to Anfield have been nothing short of a disaster. Over the last three seasons, Arsenal has been blown away by Liverpool's high-tempo brand of soccer, losing 3-1, 4-0 and 5-1.

The last of those defeats came as Arsenal had the temerity of taking the lead, before displaying the kind of chronic defensive naivety that has been its achilles heel for years.

Unai Emery has recruited well in the summer, and it will be intriguing to see if the Arsenal coach opts to fight fire with fire as he did last season, or whether he will adopt a more considered approach.

The addition of club record signing Nicolas Pepe adds firepower to an already impressive array of attacking weapons, but the arrivals of Dani Ceballos and David Luiz could have a greater impact on Saturday.

The Spaniard has looked like the kind of controlling midfielder Arsenal has lacked for too long, while Luiz should add experience to its shaky backline.

Arsenal defenders will be sorely tested at Anfield, with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino looking to torment the Gunners again.

The latter scored a hat-trick when Liverpool hosted Arsenal last season and is one goal away from becoming the first Brazilian to score 50 Premier League goals.

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

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool during the Premier League match against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium on August 17 in Southampton, United Kingdom. James Williamson/AMA/Getty

When and where is the game?

Liverpool hosts Arsenal at Anfield on Saturday, August 24, with kick-off scheduled for 5:30 p.m. local time (12:30 p.m. ET).

The Gunners have lost their last three trips to Anfield by a combined 12-2 scoreline.

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. Live stream for selected games will also be available via fuboTV.


Liverpool thrashed Norwich 4-1 on the opening weekend of the season, before a somewhat unconvincing 2-1 win at Southampton last week. Arsenal, meanwhile, followed up a 1-0 in Newcastle by beating Burnley 2-1.

Team news

Liverpool remains without Alisson, Nathaniel Clyne and Naby Keita, with a return date still not set for any of the three. Hector Bellerin, Konstantinos Mavropanos and Kieran Tierney are all out with long-term injuries for Arsenal, while Granit Xhaka and Mesut Ozil will undergo a late fitness test and Rob Holding is still being assessed.


According to Oddschecker, Liverpool is 51/100 favorite, while the draw is at 19/5 and Arsenal is a 21/4 outsider.