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Liverpool face Crystal Palace this evening as the Reds seek to bounce back from their disappointing opening day draw with Fulham.
The West Londoners were arguably the better side last weekend and were very unlucky not to walk away with all three points.
Liverpool must now bounce back so they don’t lose sight on the likes of Arsenal, and more importantly Manchester City, who have both won their first two Premier League fixtures.
Crystal Palace also come into this game winless.
Patrick Vieira’s side showed signs of promise against the Gunners but failed to grab a goal at Selhurst Park 10 days ago.
And even though Arsenal are in very strong form at the moment, Liverpool will present a much tougher test to Palace this evening.
Here’s everything you need to know about Liverpool Vs. Crystal Palace.
The game will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event.
Fans will be able to stream the game on Sky Go and highlights will be available on the Sky Sports Premier League YouTube Channel
Liverpool Vs Crystal Palace will kick off at 8pm BST and will take place at Anfield.
Ahead of the match, both managers spoke to the media.
Jürgen Klopp provided Liverpool fans with an injury update, revealing “Naby [Keita] will be back” for tonight’s contest.
The German tactician also said “Kostas [Tsimikas] will train today for the first time as well so might be back.
Klopp also confirmed Thiago Alcantara will be out for “4 to 6 weeks” with a hamstring injury.
As for Patrick Vieira, he delivered a positive update on Michael Olise who missed the opening day fixture against Arsenal.
“Michael trained all week with the team, so there is a chance that he will be with the squad.”
But Vieira also admitted the game will be “too short for” James McArthur and James Tomkins who continue to nurse injury problems.
All eyes will be on Darwin Nuñez who could be handed his first Premier League start for Liverpool tonight.