What channel is West Brom v Liverpool? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Already-relegated West Bromwich Albion welcome top-four chasers Liverpool on Sunday in the Premier League.

A win would take Jurgen Klopp’s men within a point of fourth place, while Sam Allardyce and co are hoping to finish the top-flight season with some pride.

Following their 4-2 win at Old Trafford against Manchester United on Thursday, the Redmen’s hopes of achieving a Champions League finish have been revitalised.

Meanwhile, the Baggies were sent back down to the second tier via a defeat at Arsenal ahead of this one.

West Brom are missing winger Robert Snodgrass and defender Branislav Ivanovic, but will welcome back Ainsley Maitland-Niles after he was ineligible to face his parent club last Sunday.

Liverpool are still without a host of key names such as Virgil van Dijk and Jordan Henderson; and Ozan Kabak, Naby Keita and James Milner remain doubts.

Many wouldn’t expect this to be a close encounter, but West Brom’s plucky 1-1 draw at Anfield in December will give the hosts confidence back at the Hawthorns.

What time is West Bromwich Albion vs Liverpool?

Kick-off is at 4:30pm on Sunday in one of four Premier League fixtures.

West Bromwich Albion vs Liverpool TV channel and live stream

Sunday’s game will be shown by Sky Sports.

Coverage of the match will start at 4pm on their Main Event and Premier League channels. Those with subscriptions can stream the game through Sky Go.

What form are the teams in?

Allardyce’s side succumbed to relegation last time out at the Emirates, losing 3-1 to extend a four-game winless run.

For Klopp, who’s team are unbeaten in six, three wins from their last three league fixtures would guarantee a top four finish, but dropping points in this clash could prove fatal to their hopes.

The teams who currently occupy third and fourth, Chelsea and Leicester, meet in Saturday’s FA Cup final – and next Tuesday in the Premier League – meaning they both can’t take maximum points from their two remaining matches.

Following this one, Liverpool travel to Turf Moor on Wednesday to take on Burnley, as West Brom welcome West Ham to the Hawthorns.

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