February 24, 2024
Man United and Liverpool Absent from Weekend Broadcasts

Man United and Liverpool Absent from Weekend Broadcasts

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Fans Disappointed: Man United and Liverpool Games Excluded from TV Coverage

New Delhi : The race for securing a spot in the Champions League is intensifying, and this weekend’s fixtures will play a crucial role in determining the top four teams.

Manchester United and Liverpool are neck and neck, with just one point separating them as they enter the final week of the season. Manchester United, with an additional game in hand, will face Bournemouth with the aim of earning three points. Meanwhile, Liverpool will host Aston Villa, hoping to continue their impressive winning streak.

Man United and Liverpool Absent from Weekend Broadcasts
Man United and Liverpool

Despite the significance of these matches, fans in the UK will be disappointed to learn that they won’t be able to watch them on TV. The games involving Manchester United and Liverpool have not been selected for broadcast, as they fall within the traditional 3 pm blackout rule.

However, talkSPORT 2 offers an exclusive live commentary of the Bournemouth vs. Manchester United match, providing fans with coverage and the latest news from Merseyside.

The Premier League title race has been prioritized for TV coverage, with fixtures involving Arsenal and Manchester City being broadcasted. Nevertheless, fans are left disappointed as they won’t be able to witness the intense battle for Champions League qualification.

High-Stakes Scenarios: Manchester United and Liverpool on the Edge of Champions League Qualification

If Manchester United defeats Bournemouth and Liverpool loses to Aston Villa, Manchester United will secure a top-four finish. Conversely, if Liverpool triumphs at Anfield and Manchester United emerges victorious against Bournemouth, it would open the possibility for Erik ten Hag’s team to secure a Champions League place by defeating Chelsea in their upcoming match.

Man United and Liverpool Absent from Weekend Broadcasts
Man United and Liverpool Absent from Weekend Broadcasts

However, things will become intriguing if Manchester United loses to Bournemouth and Liverpool emerges victorious against Aston Villa on Saturday. In such a scenario, Liverpool would move into the top four, gaining a two-point advantage over their rivals and increasing the pressure for their penultimate fixture at Old Trafford on Thursday.

Therefore, there is plenty of drama expected between these two sides. Unfortunately, fans will not have the opportunity to witness the action unfold firsthand.


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