The Liverpool vs. Leicester match is scheduled to start at 2:15 p.m. ET/11:15 a.m. PT on Sunday, Nov. 22.
NBCSN carries the match in the U.S., while U.K. viewers will be able to watch on Sky Sports.
The Liverpool vs. Leicester live stream finds the latter at the top of the Premier League for the first time since winning the title in the 2015-16 season. So, of course, Liverpool hopes to knock the Foxes off the top, in order to retain their title as defending champs in the current Premier League campaign. So there's plenty at stake in this weekend's Liverpool vs. Leicester match.
Should Leicester win, it will be the first time the Foxes have triumphed at Anfield since 2000. Despite being at home, Liverpool has its work cut out for it — the Reds have a lot of injuries particularly in the defense, and top scoring threat Mohamed Salah will also miss the Liverpool vs. Leicester match after testing positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, Leicester striker Jamie Vardy always seems to be up for games against England's top clubs.
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All eyes will be on the Leicester-Liverpool match this Sunday, and if you'd like to join them, here's where you can find a live stream of the action.
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Liverpool vs. Leicester live streams in the U.S.
U.S. viewers can tune into NBCSN to watch the Liverpool vs. Leicester match on Sunday, Nov. 22, with the action kicking off at 2:15 p.m. EST/11:15 a.m. PST. NBCSN live streams its broadcasts on the NBC Sports website, while mobile users can watch on the NBC Sports app (Android, iOS). Both the website and the app require you to sign in with you cable or satellite TV provider, so that's not an option for cord cutters.
You can pick up NBCSN through a streaming TV subscription service. Sling TV is the cheapest option at $30 a month for the Sling Blue package of channels (which includes NBCSN). For more channels, you can turn to Fubo.TV, which costs $59.99 a month.
Liverpool vs. Leicester live streams in the U.K.
U.K. viewers should tune into Sky Sports for Liverpool vs. Leicester. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. GMT.
Liverpool vs. Leicester streams in Canada
To watch any Premier League match in Canada, turn to DAZN, which will be streaming Liverpool vs. Leicester. You can sign up for the service and get a 1-month free trial. After that, it's $20-a-month or an annual subscription of $150 for DAZN.
Liverpool vs. Leicester streams in other regions
Here's a sampling of where you can stream Liverpool vs. Leicester in other parts of the world
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Brazil: DAZN
- Germany: Sky Sport 1/HD, Sky Sport UHD, Sky Go
- Indonesia: mola.tv, Mola TV, Mola TV App
- Ireland: Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Ultra HD, BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky Sports Main Event, BBC Radio, SKY GO Extra
- Israel: Sport 1, Sport 2
- Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD
- New Zealand: Spark Sport
- Puerto Rico: RUSH
For more regions that are streaming Liverpool vs. Leicester, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
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