Watford vs Liverpool Live Stream Free
#WATLIV – EPL
Sat, 16th 12:30
Watford vs Liverpool Live Stream Free #WATLIV – Watford sacked Xisco Munoz before the break and appointed former Chelsea and Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri. It remains to be seen how Watford will line-up here.
Centre-backs Christian Kabasele and Francisco Sierralta are out for the next couple of weeks. Nicolas Nkoulou signed on a free during the break and he is also out, so Craig Cathcart should start in defence.
Daniel Bachmann got minutes during the international break and will challenge Ben Foster for a place in goal.
Joao Pedro earned minutes as a substitute before the break and could make his first start of the season here with King a major doubt.
Liverpool will be without Brazilian duo Alisson and Fabinho as the pair flew direct to Spain ahead of their Champions League meeting with Atletico Madrid next week, but Roberto Firmino is available as he was not called up.
With Diogo Jota unlikely to be fit in time to start due to a nagging muscle injury, Firmino looks good to make just his second league start of the season.
Caoimhin Kelleher is expected to replace Alisson in goal, while Jordan Henderson may have to take Fabinho’s role. James Milner may move back into midfield with Trent Alexander-Arnold back from a groin injury.
Thiago is unlikely to be risked with a Champions League game with Atletico Madrid three days later to prepare for.
Curtis Jones sustained a knock for the England U21s in midweek and is ruled out for the trip to Watford on Saturday.
Virgil van Dijk started both games for the Netherlands during the international break and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he was rested here with an eye on the Champions League next week. Ibrahima Konate and Joe Gomez are on standby for the away side.
Watford vs Liverpool Live Stream Free #WATLIV – Watford rather harshly sacked Xisco Munoz before the international break and have replaced him with former Premier League winner Claudio Ranieri. The Italian opens up with a rather daunting home game against Liverpool.
Liverpool are still unbeaten this season but they haven’t been as sound defensively of late and will be without Alisson for this one. They were also beaten 3-0 by Watford last time out, with Ismaïla Sarr running them ragged, and were fortunate to beat them the game before.
Nevertheless, Liverpool will be expected to win and win well here even if Watford benefit from some sort of new manager bounce. Mohamed Salah is arguably one of the best players in the world right now and in his Premier League career against only West Ham (9) has he scored more times than Watford (8).