USA: This match streams on ESPN+ for subscribers in the USA. Canada: FA Cup matches in Canada are streamed through Sportsnet. Australia: Fans in Australia can stream the match on Paramount+. MORE: Watch every Premier League match live with fuboTV in Canada Brighton vs Liverpool lineups Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi is still without key defender Levi Colwill through injury, with Adam Lallana set to miss out against his former side. De Zerbi is likely to rotate his side, with Tariq Lamptey back fit, and in-form teenage star Evan Ferguson pushing to start. Brighton starting XI (4-2-3-1): Sanchez (GK) — Lamptey, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan — MacAllister, Caicedo — March, Gross, Mitoma — Ferguson Klopp is still without key trio Virgil van Dijk, Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota through injury but Fabinho and Darwin Nunez are back up to full fitness.
Brighton vs Liverpool live stream, TV channel, lineups, betting odds for FA Cup clashLiverpool face Brighton for the second time this month as Jurgen Klopp's side head to the Amex Stadium for an FA Cup fourth-round showdown. Klopp's charges were soundly beaten 3-0 in Premier League action on the south coast on January 14 and they have won just one of their past six meetings with the Seagulls. However, an FA Cup clash offers a different proposition, with Liverpool pushing to defend the title they won in 2022. Here's all the key information on the match including kickoff time, live streaming and TV channels, lineups and betting odds. LIVE: Brighton vs Liverpool score updates and highlights What time is Brighton vs Liverpool kick off? This FA Cup fourth-round match will kick off at the Amex Stadium on Sunday, January 29 at 1:30 p.
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With Brighton sitting above Liverpool in the Premier League standings and after losing to Charlton in the League Cup fifth round, Roberto De Zerbi's team will be keen to continue their cup run. Liverpool beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup last season, but Klopp used a significantly different lineup against Wolves and may do so once more as the Reds concentrate on strengthening their Premier League performance. What you need to know about the FA Cup fourth-round match is as follows:When is Brighton vs Liverpool? On Sunday, January 29, at 1:30 PM GMT, the game will start.
Brighton vs Liverpool: FA Cup - LIVE! Holders Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 2-1 at Brighton in the fourth round on Sunday as Kaoru Mitoma struck the winning goal in stoppage time. Harvey Elliott put Liverpool ahead, Lewis Dunk equalised before halftime and the score stayed at 1-1 until Mitoma found the net in the 92nd minute with a fine finish. Liverpool's teenage midfielder Elliott put them ahead in the 30th minute with a low shot into the far corner following a clever pass from Mohamed Salah. Brighton equalised nine minutes later when Dunk got a flick on a long-range effort from Tariq Lamptey which deflected into the goal, with goalkeeper Alisson Becker wrong-footed.
m. local time. Here's how that time translates across some of the major territories: Date Kickoff time USA Sun, Jan. 29 08:30 ET Canada UK 13:30 GMT Australia Mon, Jan. 30 00:30 AEDT India 19:00 IST Hong Kong 21:30 HKT Malaysia 21:30 MYT Singapore 21:30 SGT New Zealand 02:30 NZDT Brighton vs Liverpool live stream, TV channel Here's how to watch all of the action from this match in some of the major territories: TV channel Streaming — ESPN+ Sportsnet One, Sportsnet (Regionals) Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet Now ITV1, STV ITVX, STV Player Paramount+ Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports beIN Sports Connect New Zealand myTV Super, M Plus Live Astro Super Sport 4 Sooka UK: This match is broadcast live via ITV's television and streaming platforms in the UK.
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Is it televised? Live coverage of Brighton vs. Liverpool will begin at 12:45 PM GMT on ITV 1 and online on the ITV X platform. These Are Top 10 Highest-Paid Footballers In The WorldThese Are Top 10 Highest-Paid Footballers In The WorldWhat's the latest team news? Brighton may do well, but it may be derailed by rumours that Chelsea and Arsenal want to acquire midfielder Moises Caicedo, who has been ordered to leave the team temporarily before next week's transfer deadline. Due to injuries, Adam Lallana, Jakub Moder, Facundo Buonanotte, and Levi Colwill cannot play.
Liverpool vs Brighton: Where to watch the FA Cup game today? Check live stream and TV detailsSynopsisEverything you need to know before the Liverpool vs Brighton FA Cup match in the fourth round. AgenciesIn the fourth round of the FA Cup, Liverpool will travel to Brighton in an effort to avert a recurrence of their disastrous 3-0 Premier League loss to the Seagulls earlier this month. The FA Cup champions needed a replay to upset Wolves in the previous round, and Jurgen Klopp's team's 1-0 victory at Molineux remains their sole victory this year.
Numerous first-team players, such as Virgil van Dijk, Luis Diaz, Roberto Firmino, and Diogo Jota, are still out for Liverpool. Caoimhin Kelleher and Stefan Bajcetic may restart. Predicted lineupsSanchez, Veltman, Dunk, Webster, Estupinan, Gilmour, Gross, March, Mac Allister, Mitoma, and Ferguson are all players for Brighton. Thiago, Bajcetic, Henderson, Salah, Nunez, Gakpo, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Konate, and Robertson are all members of Liverpool. OddsBrighton: 6/4Draw: 5/2Liverpool: 7/5FAQs:What is the next big football tournament? Istanbul's Atatürk Olympic Stadium will host the 2023 Uefa Champions League final on Saturday 10 June 2023. Who is Liverpool's biggest rival? Manchester UnitedDisclaimer Statement: This content is authored by an external agency.
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It was the second time Brighton defeated Liverpool this month, having also beaten Juergen Klopp's side 3-0 in a Premier League game. Salah missed a good chance in the second half and so did Solly March for Brighton before Mitoma controlled the ball on the half volley before firing home a dramatic late winner. Relive the game below with our dedicated match blog. Live updates1675006072Full-time97min: The holders are out! 1675005775GOAL! 92min: Mitoma has won it for Brighton has an absolute stunner! He takes a touch to take it away from the defender on the volley and then fires home! The holders are crashing out! 167500556290min: Five minutes added on. 167500550889min: He’ll be OK to continue, thankfully. Fabinho is booked, could also have been a red.
167500538286min: Pause in play as Ferguson gets medical attention after a very bad foul by Fabinho, connecting with the forward’s Achilles. 167500503282min: Oof, has Konate got away with one? Perhaps. He holds back Mac Allister as the Brighton forward looks to close down on goal. The referee waves away the protests, and it’s not even a free kick. Surely a foul and, therefore, a red card! 167500485780min: Jones replaces Thiago. 167500481178min: This second half hasn’t quite lived up to the promise of the first, mainly as Brighton appear to have settled for the draw. 167500443371min: March has to score, laid on a plate by Mitoma, but his shot hits Alisson and then the rebounds comes back off him and wide. Not a sitter but he will be very frustrated not to have scored.