Liverpool vs. Palace: Live-Stream, TV Info for 2017 Premier League Asia Trophy

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Liverpool‘s pre-season preparations will continue on Wednesday when they take on Crystal Palace at the Hong Kong Stadium in the Premier League Asia Trophy.

The Reds and the Eagles will face off in the four-team knockout tournament for a place in Saturday’s final, where they will take on either Leicester City or West Bromwich Albion. The two losing sides will take part in a third-place play-off earlier the same day.

Read on for a closer look at how the two sides are shaping up ahead of their showdown, but first, here are the viewing details you need to catch the action:


Date: Wednesday, July 19

Time: 1:30 p.m. BST/8:30 p.m. local

TV: Sky Sports 

Live Stream: Sky Go


Liverpool have two pre-season friendlies under their belt so far, having beaten Tranmere Rovers 4-0 before drawing 1-1 with Wigan Athletic.

Palace have played one match so far in their pre-season preparations, in which they defeated Maidstone United 3-1. 

Neither side has made a great deal of headway in the transfer market so far this summer, but fans could be set to see more of new faces Mohamed Salah and Dominic Solanke for Liverpool, while Ruben Loftus-Cheek could be in line to feature for Palace.

Salah made his debut against Wigan and scored his first goal for the club to equalise after the Latics went ahead.

As Goal’s Melissa Reddy noted, he linked up with Roberto Firmino for the goal, while Liverpool writer Jack Lusby anticipates great things from the Egypt international:

He will be hoping to continue developing chemistry with the Reds’ other forwards, though Sadio Mane will not be present, having been omitted from the squad to remain in Liverpool to recover from knee surgery.

Meanwhile, Bleacher Report’s Sam Tighe is eager to see Loftus-Cheek in action for Palace following his loan move…

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