BURNLEY vs Liverpool live stream – Starsport is on hand with everything you need to know ahead of this evening’s clash.

Burnley vs Liverpool live stream

Burnley vs Liverpool live stream: All you need to know about tonight’s Premier League game (Pic: Getty)

Liverpool travel to Turf Moor on the back of their late Merseyside derby victory against Everton on Sunday evening.

The Reds needed a Divock Origi goal in the 95th minute to seal all three points after a Jordan Pickford howler at Anfield.

Burnley, on the other hand, are struggling at present and sit 19th heading into tonight’s clash.

Sean Dyche’s men were comfortably beaten by Crystal Palace at the weekend and have lost five of their last six Premier League fixtures.

Burnley vs Liverpool kick off

The clash will take place at Turf Moor this evening, with kick-off set for 7.45pm.

Can I watch Burnley vs Liverpool online and on TV?

Unfortunately UK and Ireland fans hoping to tune into Burnley vs Liverpool will be disappointed.

Neither Sky Sports or BT Sport are showing the clash this evening.

Instead, the latter will be showing Arsenal’s visit to old rivals Manchester United.

Fans can keep up to the action on Sky Sports where a Gillette Soccer Special will be showing.

Highlights of the game will be on Match of the Day from 22:45 on BBC One later this evening.

Manager comments

Speaking after Sunday’s win against Everton, Jurgen Klopp said: “We are now all long enough together to know about the specific challenge in a game like the game against Burnley,” Klopp said.

“It’s a really tough place to go – since I am in, it was always tough. We don’t think or speak too much about the game before when we go into the next game.

“Sometimes things are obviously similar or obviously different, stuff like that. We have to make sure we are ready, that was clear before the season, that we have to be ready every three days. That’s exactly what has to happen now.”

Meanwhile, Dyche told reporters: “Last weekend wasn’t good enough. We know that,” said Dyche, looking back to last Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.

“But then a short number of days before against Newcastle, I thought it was a good performance and I thought we deserved more than we got.

“So, there is a balance to the workload and how we are performing. I know the players we are working with, and I know the honesty and the endeavour and I know some of the quality. That sometimes gets pushed aside when results aren’t going your way.

“The players are still working and have been good around the place. We’ve had disappointments before and pushed them aside quickly, and we’ve got to do that again.”