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REVEALED: Why Liverpool will not play on a Saturday until NEXT season

Date Posted,April 12, 2017

Liverpool will not play again on a Saturday until next season after they had another game moved for television coverage next month.

The Reds visit to West Ham which was originally scheduled for May 13 at 3pm has now been put back 24 hours and will be played the following day.

That was the only time Jurgen Klopp’s side were scheduled to play again on a Saturday.

Liverpool drew with West Ham at Anfield and will be hoping for a better result in east London (Photo: John Powell)
(Photo: PA)

But fans will now have to wait until next season after the game at London Stadium was chosen for coverage on Sky Sports and will be played on Sunday May 14 with a 2.15pm kick off.

It now means five of Liverpool’s six league game will be shown live on Sky.

Klopp wants to secure Champions League football next season (Photo: Getty)

The only game currently not listed for live TV coverage is the final game of the season against Middlesbrough on Sunday May 21.

Five of Liverpool’s remaining fixtures are on a Sunday, the exception being the trip to Watford’s Vicarage Road for Monday Night Football on May 1.

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