Man United vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round: Start time and how to watch
After a Premier League stalemate, Manchester United and Liverpool will lock horns again in the FA Cup. Here's how to watch.
Premier League heavyweights Manchester United and Liverpool could not be separated in a 0-0 draw last week Monday. But bragging rights will be sorted when they meet in a mouth-watering fourth round FA Cup clash at Old Trafford. It's undoubtedly the feature match of the round.
United advanced with a 1-0 third round win over Watford, while Liverpool thrashed Aston Villa 4-1. United has an impressive recent home record against the Premier League champions, having not been beaten in their last 7 games in all competitions.
When is Manchester United vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round?
This clash at Manchester's storied Old Trafford ground kicks off at 4am AEDT on Monday 25 January.
How to watch Manchester United vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round
The rights to the FA Cup in Australia are held by ESPN. That means you can watch this match-up of fierce sporting rivals on Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports and Fetch TV. All the detailed viewing options are in our 2020/21 FA Cup guide.
Stream Manchester United vs Liverpool on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. Following the trial period, subscriptions are $25 a month for the Basic option, where you can watch games on 2 screens or devices. The Premium option is $35 a month and gives you 3 screens.
It boasts a number of special features you won't find anywhere else and is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay.
Watch Manchester United vs Liverpool on Foxtel Now
Another option for streaming this showdown of Premier League rivals is via Foxtel Now. For access you have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack, which costs $54 a month.
Who will win Manchester United vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round?
Liverpool have been below their imperious best this season and are in danger of losing their Premier League crown. Their stunning home defeat to Burnley last week just added to their recent woes. The stalemate against United and then failure to score against Burnley highlighted their struggles in front of goal but manager Jurgen Klopp claimed "it is not a catastrophe".
"It is not perfect but I saw a lot of good signs again in the Man United game and if we would have won that game everybody would have seen them. Because we didn't win, then nobody was interested in it." We'll put our faith in Klopp getting his side back on track and tip a Liverpool win.