Watch Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Premier League on SUN 06 May 2018 at 4:30 PM GMT/11:30 AM EST. Watch Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Game in Stamford Bridge Stadiuam. Here’s how you can watch the match in online for free, what’s on the line and our prediction:
Kickoff is set for 4:30PM GMT/11:30AM EST tomorrow, and television listings for the match can be found on LiveSoccerTV. In the meantime, we’ll be keeping you updated with all the buildup to the game, including team news as it’s released, our live matchday thread, and post-match recaps from The Liverpool Offside staff. If you want to join the discussion, sign up for an SB Nation account to have your say on the action as it happens.
How to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Game in HD
When: Sunday at 11:30 a.m. ET
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Another important reunion awaits Mohamed Salah — the second in the span of a week — as he returns to Stamford Bridge with his fellow Reds to take on Chelsea in a battle for top four. Wednesday saw Salah return to the Stadio Olimpico to help Liverpool make it into the Champions League final. This reunion will likely not be as warm, since Salah’s one year with Chelsea ended with Mourinho dumping him off to AS Roma after barely making a splash.
He may be looking to prove a point, and certainly breaking the Premier League scoring record at his old stomping grounds would be an awfully good way to do that. Right now, Salah sits tied with Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo, and former Red Luis Suarez on 31 goals. One more would boost him into a category all his own.
While individual triumphs would be exciting, what’s most important is that Liverpool get a result from this game. After drawing their last two league matches, they find themselves in a bit of a pickle, with Chelsea breathing down their necks for that all important fourth spot. After a bonkers game in Rome, and with a threadbare squad, Klopp will need his men to get themselves up for it again for another difficult game.
It’s not ideal, and Liverpool have no one but themselves to blame for this predicament, but the good news is that if they can get a result on Sunday, then the pressure will largely be relieved for their final match against Brighton.