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Liverpool vs Blackpool Live Football Score 5 Sep 2020

Liverpool come up against Blackpool in their final pre-season game before the new season gets underway and it will be live-streamed online and TV.

The Reds will be looking to bounce back following losing the FA Community Shield on penalties to Arsenal at Wembley last weekend.
Liverpool’s pre-season friendly with Blackpool live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO on Saturday.
Liverpool v Blackpool will kick off at 3pm on Saturday September 5 and will be shown live on LFC TV GO.

Fans will also be able to watch along if they subscribe to the LFC TV channel available on Sky (on channel 425) and Virgin TV (on channel 544).
Liverpool play their final friendly fixture before the new campaign gets underway in earnest next weekend.

The Premier League champions take on L eague One side Blackpool at Anfield, looking to put their FA Community Shield defeat on penalties behind them.

Jurgen Klopp is without a number of players who are away on international duty but some could return from injury, and our writers have picked their line ups for the game below:
Jurgen Klopp will be without several first-team stars as many are away with their countries on Nations League duty.
But it will allow the Liverpool manager to have one final look at his squad before their Premier League opener against newly-promoted Leeds United.
Klopp’s side were beaten by Arsenal on penalties in the Community Shield last week.
“We were here to win the game, I hope that was obvious,” Klopp said after the game.
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“We didn’t win the game – we didn’t lose it, but we lost the competition obviously because of a penalty shootout.
“And because we conceded a goal from [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang and didn’t use our chances, then the game is open.
“We scored late, which was not a problem but we could have scored earlier, that would have helped.
“We had the game in the right direction then, I would say, but time was not enough.”
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What time does Liverpool vs Blackpool kick-off?
The friendly match kicks off at 3pm BST on Saturday, September 5.
What TV channel is Liverpool vs Blackpool on?
Live coverage will be shown on LFCTV in the UK.

A subscription costs £7 and the channel is available on Sky and Virgin.
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Can I live stream Liverpool vs Blackpool?
Fans can also live stream the game via the LFCTV GO app.
The service costs £4.99 for a monthly subscription, or £49.99 for an annual pass.
However, new subscribers can their first month for free by using the code 2021GOFREE when signing up.
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