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PREVIEW: Liverpool - Southampton team news, stats, how to watch Premier League on TV and stream online

Here’s all the information you need to know as Southampton visit Liverpool in game 13 of the 2021-22 Premier League season

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Date/time: 27/11/2021, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)

Venue: Anfield, Liverpool, UK

How to watch Liverpool vs Southampton on TV

UK: No broadcast

USA: USA Network

Canada: Streaming only on DAZN. (Watch EVERY Saints match in Canada with a high-quality, legal stream with DAZN. Click here to start your free DAZN trial to watch Premier League soccer)

Check out LiveSoccerTV for alternatives.

How to legally stream Liverpool vs Southampton online

UK: No broadcast

USA: NBC Sports

Canada: DAZN (Watch EVERY Saints match in Canada with a high-quality, legal stream with DAZN. Click here to start your free DAZN trial to watch Premier League soccer)

Check out LiveSoccerTV for alternatives.

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Liverpool vs Southampton team news

Southampton will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat to Norwich City last weekend but will have their hands full when they visit in-form Liverpool this afternoon.

Liverpool, who are in the title race for their second Premier League championship in three years, rested a number of key players against Porto in the Champions League in midweek in preparation for their game with Saints.

Former Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, Diogo Jota, Fabinho and Trent Alexander-Arnold all missed the Porto game but are expected to get recalled.

Meanwhile, Andrew Robertson is also set to play after missing last weekend’s win against Arsenal due to a hamstring injury. The Scot made a substitute appearance against Porto and it’s thought that Jurgen Klopp will start him today.

As for Southampton, Austrian boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has some good and bad news in terms of team selection.

The bad news sees Stuart Armstrong miss out for a second game running as his calf problem resurfaced ahead of the Norwich City game.

However, Saints welcome back winger duo Nathan Redmond and Moussa Djenepo.

Djenepo was unavailable for Norwich due to undisclosed reasons, while Redmond missed the game against his former club following the birth of his first child.

Liverpool vs Southampton pre-match stats


  • Liverpool have won seven of their past eight Premier League games against Southampton, though they lost 1-0 at St Mary’s last season.
  • Saints are winless in seven league matches at Anfield since winning there in September 2013 courtesy of a Dejan Lovren goal (D2, L5).
  • They have lost four successive top-flight fixtures away to the Reds without scoring.


  • Liverpool have scored in 22 Premier League games in a row since March and are the only side to find the net in all of their matches in the division this season.
  • The Reds have scored more than once in 16 consecutive fixtures in all competitions, with a total of 49 goals during this run.
  • Jurgen Klopp’s side have kept a clean sheet in each of their past nine Premier League victories, including all seven in the current campaign.
  • Mohamed Salah has scored or assisted in all but one of the Reds’ top-flight matches in 2021-22, with the exception being August’s 2-0 win versus Burnley.
  • Sadio Mane has eight goals in his eight most recent top-flight appearances at Anfield, scoring in each of Liverpool’s last four home league matches.


  • Southampton have lost 13 of their 17 Premier League away games in 2021 (W2, D2), conceding 43 goals.
  • All three of Saints’ league wins this season were by a 1-0 scoreline and came against sides currently in the bottom six.
  • Eleven of the 14 Premier League goals they have conceded this term have come in the second half.
  • Only Chelsea and Manchester City have conceded fewer first-half goals than Southampton.
  • Che Adams has scored in each of Saints’ last three away games in league and cup.
  • Valentino Livramento can become the first teenager to start each of his club’s opening 13 matches of a Premier League season since Phil Jones did so for Blackburn Rovers in 2010.

Stats via BBC Sport.