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Liverpool Vs Stoke City Live Stream 27 Dec 2016 Premier League

Premier League 2016-17 third place team Liverpool’s next rivals are Stoke City. Watch Liverpool vs Stoke City online live stream in high definition. The Reds are at third spot, but they have one game in hand. Victory against Stoke City will take them to second spot again. Despite making good recovery from ankle problem, Liverpool’s defender Joel Matip is not expected to play against the Potters at the Anfield. After a disappointing start of the season, Liverpool made a perfect come back and are one of the favorites of title glory.

Liverpool Vs Stoke City Live Stream

Liverpool Vs Stoke City Live Stream 27 Dec 2016 Premier League

  • Competition: Premier League 2016-17
  • Date: 27 December 2016
  • Time: 5:15 pm [GMT]
  • Venue: Anfield
  • Seating capacity: 54,074 spectators
  • Home team: Liverpool
  • Away team: Stoke City
  • Live telecast channels: BBC Radio 5 Live, NOW TV UK, Sky Sports 1 / HD, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go UK, NBCSN, SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports
  • Live Stream: Link 1 or Link 2

Liverpool Vs Stoke City Preview Of Premier League

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Liverpool: WWDLW

Stoke City: DDLWW
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes never won against Liverpool at the Anfield as manager. Against Stoke City, Liverpool have won five out of last six Premier League head to head games. The reds have lost just one game against Stoke City in last 15 Premier League matches.
The home side have not conceded any goal in last two Premier League fixtures. Under the management of Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have not won three clean sheets in a row. Will they do it this time?
Away side is at 12th spot in current standings of Premier League with 21 points. They have won five, lost six and drew six times in 17 PL games. Out of last 3 games in this competition, they have won any game so far. They are two just two goals away from making 3000 goals in Premier League.
After a terrible run at the start of the season, culminating in an embarrassing display at Selhurst Park, many were calling for Hughes to go. The calls for ‘Hughes Out’ weren’t so much that we started poorly, but that it was a continuation of the terrible end to last season.

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