Norwich vs Liverpool : Live Streaming Of English Premier League – Where To See Live Football Action On TV, Online
English Premier League
Team : Liverpool vs Norwich
Date : Friday, August 9
Time : 3:00p ET
Norwich vs Liverpool Live
Live action on television and live streaming on digital platforms will help football fans across the world savour all the action from the 2019-20 English Premier League (EPL), starting August 10 (Saturday). The Premier League starts with last season’s runners-up and UEFA Champions League winners Liverpool taking on Norwich City at Anfield, Liverpool from 12:30 AM IST. (FOOTBALL NEWS)
The opening week will feature the following games (all timings in IST) –
Saturday, August 10: Liverpool vs Norwich City (12:30 am); West Ham United vs Manchester City (5 pm); Crystal Palace vs Everton (7:30 pm); Burnley vs Southampton (7:30 pm) Watford vs Brighton & Hove Albion (7:30 pm); AFC Bournemouth vs Sheffield United (7:30 pm); Tottenham Hotspur vs Aston Villa (10:00 pm).
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Sunday, August 11: Leicester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (6:30 pm); Newcastle United vs Arsenal (6:30 pm); Manchester United vs Chelsea (9 pm).
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Can Liverpool repeat, or even better, last season’s record points haul? They begin the season knowing that they may just have to if they’re to topple Man City this season, so Jurgen Klopp is well aware that a fast start is needed to lay the earliest of markers down, and they look ready to do just that.
These two were the lowest spenders in the summer transfer window so it’s two sets of well-known squads on show, but that’s about the only similarity between the expensively-assembled European champions and the Premier League newcomers – emphasising the size of the task in hand for Daniel Farke’s Canaries.
Norwich have lost ten of their last 12 against Liverpool and their last win was way back in 1994 – although it was at Anfield and is one many Liverpool fans will remember as Jeremy Goss scored the final goal in front of the standing Kop before it was converted into seating.