Liverpool vs Southampton live Soccer: Watch Online Game, how to watch Online Live Stream, TV Schedule, Online TV Channel, Odds, Game Time and more info.
Date: Sunday, May 7
Start Time: 8:30 a.m. ET
Location: Liverpool, England
TV Info: NBCSN
Liverpool have been on the Premier League table exactly where fans expect them to be. Coming into their match at Anfield on Saturday, May 7 against Southampton, they currently sit in fourth place. However, this will be a tough match for Liverpool for a number of reasons. The pressure and the circumstance will stack up in front of them in addition to Southampton.
As they take to Anfield at home, Liverpool hope to have Philippe Coutinho on the squad, but it’s no guarantee. The explosive Brazilian has been dealing with a dead leg and hasn’t yet made a full decision. However, they still have plenty of firepower to make some noise. Sadio Mane has been one of the most exciting players in the Premier League as a whole this season. What’s more, the likes of James Milner and Roberto Firmino need to step up to get three points to try and hold off a surging Manchester United in fifth behind them.
To watch Liverpool vs. Southampton online, there are a couple of live stream options. As the TV broadcast will be on NBCSN, you can watch the match on NBC Sports Live by logging in online or through the app with a cable or satellite subscription. You may also stream the action through Fubo TV, which requires a paid subscription to access.
Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho are expected to be in the matchday squad as Liverpool host Southampton.
After watching Manchester City beat Crystal Palace on Saturday, it is now Liverpool’s chance to regain third spot when they play host to Southampton. The Reds will have played a game more than the Manchester club, but will look to pile the pressure by picking up three points.
There is plenty of positivity on the injury front as manager Jurgen Klopp will welcome Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho back to the squad, both of whom are in contention to start the game against the Saints.
This will come as great news to Liverpool fans, and they will also be happy to hear that Lallana is ready to go. The Englishman could be played in advanced position, as Klopp may choose to bring Coutinho off the bench.
Striker Danny Ings remains out for the season while academy product Ovie Ejaria is also not expected to return to first-team action anytime soon.
Southampton, on the other hand, have major injury concerns. Goalkeeper Alex McCarthy along with defensive duo Virgil van Dijk and Sam McQueen are ruled out. Sofiane Boufal and Matt Targett remain huge doubts.
On the positive side, Charlie Austin is expected to make a return to the first-team after missing out for five months. He suffered a shoulder injury in December, but returned to reserve team football recently. It’s unlikely that he will start, but will be named in the matchday squad.