The brand new Premier League 2019/20 season underway at Anfield with the last season’s runner up Liverpool taking on newcomer Norwich in the opening match. Liverpool will be on the field after losing the Community Sheild last week to Manchester City.
Premier League: Liverpool vs Norwich City
- Date: 9th August, Friday.
- Time: 8:00 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Nepali Time.
- Location: Anfield, Merseyside.
- TV channel: Sky Sports and NOW TV.
- Live Streaming: Totalsportek, eplsite.
The match between Liverpool vs Norwich City will kick off at 8:00 p.m.
Liverpool will start the season as a UEFA Champions League champions as they have defeated Tottenham 2-0 in the last season’s final. However, they lost the Premier League to Manchester City by a slim margin. Therefore, they will be in the hunt to make the best possible start to the season.
Similarly, the newcomer Norwich City won’t left any stone unturned to make their best possible start in their comeback season. Therefore, as the match is the very first of this season, we can expect a very tight fight between these two.
These two teams have played for 16 times with Liverpool winning 11 times and Norwich registering only two wins.
Sadio Mane joined reported late to the team and could miss the opening match. However, Salah, Firmino both participated in most of the pre-season friendly and will be ones to watch in the opening match. There is no major injury concern in the team.
Norwich City team news to follow.
Sky Sports, BT Sport and now Amazon Prime will be the main chief broadcasting partners of Premier League for the season 2019/20. All the PL matches will be covered by those throughout the season. BT Sport will air the Europa League as well.
Sky Sports subscribers can access a range of channels filled with live sport including top-flight games each week. Sky customers can add the Premier League and Football channels for just £18 per month or add the complete sports package to their deal for just £23 per month.
Similarly, for those looking for other links, you can watch the match from the following links.
With Liverpool emerging as one of the favourites this time as well and hosting Norwich at home, I will go for a 3-0 win to The Reds.