Birmingham news West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com

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Birmingham news West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Fans, and neutrals, will be watching on with interest and nerves in full flow from the safety of their living rooms

Birmingham news  West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com
16 May 2021 - 11:52

Breaking News ! West Brom welcome Liverpool to The Hawthorns on Sunday for what will be - hopefully! - the final match behind closed doors that Albion are involved in. The Baggies welcome West Ham and more than 6,000 supporters to B71 on Wednesday evening and then face Leeds United at Elland Road on the final weekend of the season with the Whites backed by thousands of their own fans. Liverpool are first up, though. They won at Old Trafford on Thursday night to keep their Champions League qualification hopes very much alive, but as Albion learned at the back end of last season when they chased promotion - a side with little to play for can be a dangerous opponent indeed. Albion took a point from the reverse fixture at Anfield, Sam Allardyce’s first in charge of the club, but they were never able to build on that and, despite an upturn in performances and results in recent months, relegation was confirmed at Arsenal last Sunday. Nevertheless, Albion’s record in recent years against the Reds on home soil is pretty sound. Here are the details you need if you wish to watch the latest meeting. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now When is the game? The game takes place on Sunday May 16, with kick-off at 4:30pm. The match will be played at The Hawthorns, although there will be no fans in attendance due to the ongoing coronavirus restrictions. What channel is Albion v Liverpool on? The match will be on Sky Sports Main Event (401) and Sky Sports Premier League (402). Sky Sports' Super Sunday begins at 11:30am - Crystal Palace v Aston Villa and Tottenham v Wolves take place before Albion v Liverpool - and they'll provide build up and reaction either side of the meeting. Be smart.

. That's all it takes, so why are you waiting? How else can I access it? You don't need to have a Sky subscription in order to watch games live. Sky have the Now TV option, which is a platform that enables you to access their range of channels, including sports, for 24 hours at a time. That costs £9.99 in a one-off payment. You can watch Now TV using the official app or online via your phone, laptop or tablet. Alternatively, Sky customers have the Sky Go option - you can stream all shows that you're eligible to watch while you're out and about. How else can I follow the game? BBC Radio 5 Live will offer live coverage from The Hawthorns as part of their sporting package on Sunday. Build up, updates and reaction will be available on DAB or on 909/693 AM. BBC WM Sport will be providing commentary with a local flavour, while BirminghamLive will be there too. You can follow Joe Chapman on Twitter @ChapmanJ92 for regular updates and reaction. Read More Related Articles 'I beg' - Liverpool fans make West Brom plea after Manchester United win Read More Related Articles Robert Snodgrass shares message with West Brom fans as season ends

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Birmingham news West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com


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Birmingham news West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com


Birmingham news West Brom v Liverpool: How to watch, stream & the TV details MetiNews.Com

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