Liverpool vs Everton: How to live stream, time, venue, where to watch, who will win and all the pre-buzz around the Merseyside derby

Liverpool vs Everton: How to live stream, time, venue, where to watch, who will win and all the pre-buzz around the Merseyside derby
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It has been a start Everton would have dreamed about well before the season. Perched pretty right on top of the points table, they welcome a shaky Liverpool at Goodison Park on Saturday, October 17. The Reds are coming off the back of a 2-7 mauling at the hands of Aston Villa, but safe to say, a week's break would have rejuvenated Liverpool and the defending champs will be keen to shake off the defeat. Both teams have made impressive signings in the transfer window and will look forward to what their buys have to offer.


Ahead of the all-important fixture, here's a quick primer of everything you need to know:


Kick-off is slated for 7:30 am ET on Saturday, October 17, 2020.


Both teams will meet at Goodison Park, home of The Black Watch.

Where to watch?

The game will be televised live on NBCSN

How to live stream?

NBC Sports App, Peacock, fuboTV (7-day free trial) are the best platforms to watch the English Premier League across the United States. Users with access to NBC Gold and Peacock, the network's new subscription streaming platform, can also catch the games. The Spanish language broadcast is available on Telemundo Deportes.
Peacock will showcase 175 live matches throughout the season. In addition, it will also have full-game replays available on-demand for all slated 380 matches of the 2020-21 season. These replays will be available after 9 pm ET the day of the match, according to Cnet. Prices for Fubo vary based on the plan and selected add-ons. The streamer's most popular plan in the US includes 100+ channels at $59.99 per month


Pre-buzz around the game

Everton is yet to lose a game and stay comfortably on top of the table with 12 points, while the Reds, bolstered by their recent acquisitions in the transfer window will be keen to get back to winning ways. Naby Keita, Alisson, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are on Jurgen Klopp's injury list, while Allan Marques Loureiro, Jonjoe Kenny, Jarrad Branthwaite, Mason Holgate, and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are on Everton's IR. Liverpool's breachable defense has been the topic of discussion throughout the series and Klopp will be counting on a much-improved performance from his side.


Who will win?

The recent head-to-heads were pretty much low scoring affairs, with their last encounter ending with a draw. However, in the form Everton is in, they will be fancying their chances to take on a wobbly Liverpool. 

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