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Liverpool v Sheffield United: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news 

Liverpool came from behind to beat Brighton at the weekend and will be aware of what is required of them to head into the weekend sat top of the table when they face Sheffield United on Thursday.

With both Manchester City and Arsenal playing on Wednesday, the Premier League lead is likely to change hands again but Jurgen Klopp's side will be confident of beating the visiting Blades, who sit bottom of the table with just one win in 2024.

They have shown signs of improvement in draws against Bournemouth and Fulham but may struggle at Anfield. 

Liverpool v Sheffield United

How to watch Liverpool v Sheffield United and TV Channel

The match will be broadcast live in the UK on TNT Sports 2.

Liverpool v Sheffield United kick-off time, date and venue

Liverpool v Sheffield United will be played at Anfield in Liverpool, England and kick-off is at 19:45 BST on Thursday 4th April 2024.

Liverpool v Sheffield United stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Liverpool have won nine of their last 11 matches in all competitions, with their only loss coming in the extra-time FA Cup defeat to rivals Man Utd.

By contrast Sheffield United have only won one of their last ten matches and are without a victory in their last five.

Liverpool v Sheffield United head-to-head record (H2H)

Liverpool wins

65

Draws

31

Sheffield United wins

45

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Liverpool v Sheffield United team news

Liverpool team news

Klopp has suggested that Curtis Jones could return following an ankle sprain but Trent Alexander-Arnold (knee) and Alisson Becker (hamstring) are still not ready to return.

The Reds are also taking it "day by day" in managing Andrew Robertson's ankle issue.

Sheffield United team news

Cameron Archer (calf) is a candidate to feature for the Blades, but George Baldock (calf) and Tom Davies (hamstring) are among those expected to miss out.

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