Watch Shrewsbury vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round live and free
The Shrewsbury vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round tie would have to be the most lopsided match of the round on paper.
The Reds have taken all before them in 2019/20 to date, quite literally. Unbeaten in the Premier League, well in the running to defend their Champions League crown and seeking a deep FA Cup run.
It doesn't get much more daunting for Shrewsbury, whose tiny 9,875-capacity New Meadow stadium will be packed to the rafters and beyond for this one. But Shrewsbury vs Liverpool is just the kind of match that helped establish the FA Cup in the first place.
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When is the Shrewsbury vs Liverpool FA Cup match?
Kick-off for this game is at 4am AEDT on Monday 27 January at New Meadow in Shropshire.
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Who will win the Shrewsbury vs Liverpool FA Cup fourth round tie?
As is often the case, Shrewsbury's best hope of a monumental upset will likely rest on the strength of the side Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp opts to select.
The FA Cup has sadly slipped down the pecking order in terms of prominence behind competitions like the Premier League and Champions League. But even if the Reds have their eyes fixed a little elsewhere, we just can't see the Shrews having enough quality to get a result in this one.
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