FA Cup Round 4 rages on this weekend. There’s plenty of English football to be enjoyed, but the biggest game of Round 4 is easily Manchester United vs. Liverpool.
The two Premier League teams come together having just played a match in the Premier League last week on January 17. Liverpool’s keeper Alisson Becker ensured that Manchester United couldn’t score a single goal, but Liverpool's attack was a bit lacking too. This saw the game finishing on a disappointing 0-0 stalemate.
In Round 3 of the FA Cup, Liverpool dominated Aston Villa 4-1 in the first game of the round. Manchester United, meanwhile, secured a much less impressive 1-0 victory over EFL Championship league team Watford. With so much to prove following their stalemate, we’re all hoping this will be an action-packed game.
How to watch Manchester United vs. Liverpool in the United States
If you’re looking to watch Manchester United vs. Liverpool in the U.S., don’t worry. Just like every other game in round 4 of the FA Cup, you’ll be able to catch the match on ESPN+. (opens in new tab)
ESPN+ is available on every major streaming platform. So, whether you’re a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV owner, or you have a smart TV or modern games console at home, you’ll be able to watch ESPN+ somewhere at home.
ESPN+ currently costs $5.99 a month. You can also save about $12 by paying $59.99 for a yearly subscription if you’d prefer to only be charged once each year. You can also get access to all of ESPN’s sports programming as part of the epic bundle (opens in new tab) that includes ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu for just $12.99 a month (although that price is going up in March 2021).
If you’re soccer-mad, ESPN has you covered. You can also catch some of the best matches from the German Bundesliga, Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga on the platform, too.
Manchester United vs. Liverpool starts at noon EST on Sunday, January 24 on ESPN+.
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How to watch Manchester United vs. Liverpool in the UK
Watching Manchester United vs. Liverpool in the UK is pretty easy, as it’ll be broadcast live on BBC One. So, there’s no worry about where to watch, and as long as you’ve got a TV license, you’ll be able to watch without spending a penny!
Manchester United vs. Liverpool kicks off at 5:00pm Sunday, January 24 on BBC One. Live coverage will start on BBC One with pre-match chatter from 4:30pm.
FA Cup Round 4 Schedule
Round 4 of the FA Cup has 16 matches in total this weekend, playing out across 22-25 January. Here's the full schedule for Round 4, as well as where to watch in both the UK and US:
Friday, January 22
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, Chorley 0
Saturday, January 23
Southampton 1, Arsenal 0
Brighton & Hove Albion 2, Blackpool 1
Sheffield United 2, Plymouth Argyle 1
West Ham United 4, Doncaster Rovers 0
Swansea City 5, Nottingham Forest 1
Barnsley 1, Norwich City 0
Bristol City 3, Millwall 0
Manchester City 3, Cheltenham Town 1
Sunday, January 24
Chelsea 3, Luton Town 1
Manchester United vs. Liverpool 12:00pm EST on ESPN+ / 5:00pm GMT on BBC One
Everton vs. Sheffield Wednesday 03:00pm EST on ESPN+ / 8:00pm On BT Sport 1
Monday, January 25
Wycombe Wanderers vs. Tottenham Hotspur 02:45pm EST on ESPN+ / 7:45pm GMT on BT Sport 1
Tuesday, January 26
AFC Bournemouth vs. Crawley Town, 3 p.m. EST on ESPN+, 7 p.m. GMT on BT Sport Extra 3
Martin is a Staff Writer with WhatToWatch.com, where he produces a variety of articles focused on the latest and greatest films and TV shows.
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