Crystal Palace vs Liverpool Match Info

Crystal Palace vs Liverpool Match Info

Everything you need to know ahead of Liverpool's away trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday lunchtime.  Kick off time, TV listings, ticket information and much more.

Liverpool kick-off this weekend's action with a tricky away trip to Crystal Palace, where they will once again face former manager Roy Hodgson.  LFC - Back On Our Perch has all the pre-game information you need to enjoy the action, as the Reds look to keep pace with Arsenal at the top of the table.

What time is kick-off?

The match kicks off at 12.30 (UK time), on Saturday 9th December 2023.

Why are we playing so quickly after Wedensday night?

The football fixture list is going into overdrive as we approach Christmas, with most teams playing 3 games a week over during December and January.  Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is well known for his views on playing too much football, but he was especially frustrated that Liverpool are once again featuring in the early kick-off.

Where is the game being played?

The game is being played at Selhurst Park, the home of Crystal Palace.  Selhurst Park has a capacity of 25,486.

Where are the teams in the table?

After 15 games of the season, Crystal Palace find themselves on a poor run of form, having lost 4 of the last 6, and sit in 14th place in the table.  Liverpool sit in second, 2 points behind Arsenal, who lead the way.

Are tickets still available?

General tickets sold out months ago, however, there are a number of hospitality seats still available.

Is the game on TV?

The game will be streamed live on TNT Sports, formerly BT Sports.  The programme begins at 11.30am

Who will be officiating the game?

Match referee : Andy Madley
Assistants: Harry Lennard & Nick Hopton
Fourth official: Tom Bramall
VAR: John Brooks
Assistant VAR: Andy Nunn

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What happened the last time the teams met?

Liverpool last played Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on 25th February 2023, with the game ending 0 - 0.  The return game at Anfield was also drawn, 1 - 1.

Liverpool have won 10 of the last 12 meetings between the sides.

Last time out

Both teams played on Wednesday evening, just 72 hours before this match.  Whilst Liverpool recorded a comfortable 2 - 0 victory over Sheffield United, Crystal Palace lost 2 - 0 at home to AFC Bournemouth.

Possible Records

Mo Salah still needs one more goal to reach 200 goals for Liverpool.

Salah also needs one more league goal to reach 150 Premier League goals.

Liverpool will be looking to extend a run of scoring in each of the last 32 games, since a 0-0 draw with Chelsea in April.

Liverpool need two goals to reach 950 goals under Jurgen Klopp.

No Liverpool substitute has ever scored a goal against Sheffield United - could that change tonight?


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