(((LIVE SPORT))) Today: Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool live watch 25 February 2023
REVEALED: Why Liverpool are playing Palace at 7:45pm on SaturdayREVEALED: Why Liverpool are playing Crystal Palace at 7:45pm on Saturday night - when Jurgen Klopp's men played Real Madrid in the Champions League on TuesdayLiverpool's game against Crystal Palace kicks off at 7:45pm on Saturday nightThe Reds hope to bounce back after a brutal loss to Real Madrid on TuesdayJurgen Klopp's side could move into the Premier League top six with victory Published: 09:13 GMT, 24 February 2023 | Updated: 09:14 GMT, 24 February 2023 Liverpool and Crystal Palace fans are preparing to watch their sides during an unusual timeslot this weekend, with the two clubs set to kick-off at 7. 45pm on Saturday at Selhurst Park. It's a crucial clash for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side, who are in need of a strong performance following their dismal 5-2 defeat to Real Madrid in their round of 16 Champions League first leg on Tuesday evening.
If City had reached the final, Liverpool's game would have been moved forward to 5:30pm. Had Liverpool reached the final, their game against Palace would have been moved to another date. Manchester City knocked Liverpool out of the Carabao Cup but then lost to Southampton. Had City reached the final, Liverpool would play Palace at 5. 30pm Liverpool were knocked out by City in the round of 16, though, as Pep Guardiola's side claimed a thrilling 3-2 victory at the Etihad. City then lost 2-0 to Southampton in the quarter-final, however, and neither fixture was changed. Another poor result for Liveprool, particularly after back-to-back Premier League wins against Everton and Newcastle, would come as a major blow for Klopp. The German, following his side's loss to Madrid, insisted they will learn and improve in time for Palace.
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The Reds could move into the Premier League top six with victory, with Fulham - who currently sit sixth in the table - playing beforehand against Wolves on Friday night, while seventh-placed Brighton aren't in action this weekend. Palace, meanwhile, are pushing for a top-half finish, and Patrick Vieira's side will be confident of denting Liverpool once more, despite star foward Wilfied Zaha missing the game due to injury. For the fans - and indeed the players - travelling from Merseyside, though, they are in for a late finish to the evening, after the clash, which was originally scheduled for 3pm on Saturday afternoon, was rescheduled for 7:45pm. Patrick Vieira (L) and Jurgen Klopp face off for Crystal Palace vs Liverpool on Saturday night Liverpool are in need of a big performance following their dismal 5-2 defeat to Real MadridSky Sports, who are televising the Carabao Cup final beween Manchester United and Newcastle on Sunday, with kick-off at 4.
30pm, are showing only one Premier League fixture on the day, being the London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea. They therefore selected an additional fixture to televise on the Saturday, with both Bournemouth vs Manchester City at 5:30pm and Crystal Palace vs Liverpool at 7:45pm being shown live. Both Liverpool and Manchester City were at risk of having their games rescheduled once more, had either side reached the Carabao Cup final.
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