Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Totalsportek live stream and team news available on Football Marks. Both Liverpool and AC Milan delivered in a spectacular European spectacle on Wednesday night, if the two previous encounters between the two sides were any indication. With an own goal from Fikayo Tomori and a penalty saved by Mike Maignan, AC Milan led 2-1 at halftime thanks to goals from Ante Rebic and Brahim Diaz, but Salah and Jordan Henderson led Liverpool to victory with a 3-2 scoreline.
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- Competition: EPL 2021-22
- Fixture: Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Totalsportek
- Live: TotalSportek
- Date: 9/18/2021
- Time: 7:00 pm PST
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Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Totalsportek(3-1)
Having scored three consecutive goals against Lee, Liverpool is off to a good start in the Champions League. Liverpool, however, sits in a tie for first place with Chelsea and Manchester United in the Premier League, with Merseyside rivals Everton trailing by just one goal differential.
The struggles of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp at Anfield were well-publicized last season, but they now have a nine-game unbeaten home record in all competitions, after winning five of their six previous games and keeping five clean sheets. Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Totalsportek live stream and team news available on Football Marks.
Patrick Vieira’s new Palace side defeated Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 last Saturday, a day after he had beaten the London rivals as a player. Liverpool vs Crystal Palace Totalsportek live stream and team news available on Football Marks.
After Japhet Tanganga was sent off in the 58th minute, Palace took advantage, as Wilfried Zaha scored a penalty following Ben Davies’s handball, then Odsonne Edouard netted twice on his Selhurst Park debut. Vieira’s first goal for Tottenham and Zaha’s first goal for Spurs was among several fantasies starts on the day, with the former Celtic man among those to start.
Anfield hosts Palace on the last day of the season having lost three, drawn one, and conceded ten goals in three away games in the Premier League. After beating Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield in 2017, Palace will be looking to avoid suffering a ninth straight league defeat against the Reds, and the less said about the 7-0 humiliation at Selhurst Park the better.