How to watch Liverpool vs Arsenal Premier League live in Australia

Liverpool suffered their first defeat in any competition this year when they went down 3-2 to an impressive West Ham United at their last hit-out a fortnight ago. The loss dropped them down to fourth on the table, but they still boast the second best goal difference in the Premier […]

Liverpool suffered their first defeat in any competition this year when they went down 3-2 to an impressive West Ham United at their last hit-out a fortnight ago. The loss dropped them down to fourth on the table, but they still boast the second best goal difference in the Premier League at +20.

Arsenal made a slow start to their season but have started motoring with 3 straight wins. This has seen them climb up to the edge of the top 4 and victory in this clash would see them replace Liverpool.

When is Liverpool vs Arsenal?

This match kicks off at 4:30am AEDT on Sunday 21 November at Anfield in Liverpool.

How to watch Liverpool vs Arsenal live

All matches of the Premier League are broadcast live and only via Optus Sport. You can check out our full Premier League viewing guide for more details.

Stream Liverpool vs Arsenal on Optus Sport

If you’re not an Optus customer or your Optus plan doesn’t come with a free Optus Sport membership, you can still join up to catch all the Premier League action. Optus Sport no longer offers a free trial in Australia.

A monthly pass costs $14.99 and gets you access to all the latest league news, results, fixtures, highlights, press conferences and statistics via the Optus Sport website or mobile app.

You can also save 22% with an annual subscription to Optus Sport. The platform comes with a range of mini highlights packages, ranging from 3 minutes through to a full 90-minute replay. We have a full review of Optus Sport for you.

You can use Optus Sport with most modern devices, including PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices, or on your TV via Fetch, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One or Telstra TV.

Who will win Liverpool vs Arsenal?

It’s reasonable to suggest one side needed the break last week while the other did not. Liverpool were starting to feel the pinch of a demanding campaign and had battled in consecutive Premier League fixtures whereas Arsenal were flying with 3 straight wins and 8 games unbeaten.

Up front, Emile Smith-Rowe has had the Midas touch for Arsenal, scoring in each of their last 3 games. The heavy schedule is taking its toll on Jürgen Klopp’s men with Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mané returning from international duty with knocks and in doubt for this match.

Ultimately though Liverpool have on the most part been immense this season. We still feel they can produce a level of football higher than that of Arsenal. At home we predict a 2-1 victory.

Keen to know about more sports streaming? Check out our full guide here. If you’re not sure who to stream with, we’ve got an Optus vs Kayo comparison.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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