Liverpool vs Brentford - When It's On, Where to Watch and Prediction

Published on 11 November 2023 at 20:00

Liverpool looks to secure another three points at home versus Thomas Frank’s Brentford tomorrow afternoon. 

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool seek a comfortable three points at home in reconciliation of a poor previous league outing. The Reds’ visit to Kenilworth Road ended in disappointment following a lackluster performance which barely secured a draw. Accompanied by Liverpool’s European loss to Toulouse on Thursday night, the Merseyside giants will look to return to their previous form. 

Leading the visiting side, Thomas Frank hopes to perform a siege on the fortress that is Anfield. The London side, which currently sits 9th on the table, is no stranger to a travelling victory. With notable away wins in recent memory, including an impressive trip to Stamford Bridge, The Bees are certainly a force to be reckoned with. 


Speaking at the pre match press conference yesterday evening, Jurgen Klopp expressed his caution on Brentford: “It’s always interesting to play them and difficult as well. But it’s Anfield and we should use that.” 

“It’s well organized, sensational set-pieces, all these kinds of things. Really offensive players, really fast, counterattacking really good. They change styles from time to time; if they consider you as a top-six team then it’s a bit more defensive, if not they have a bit more possession parts.” 

Photo Credit - Ben Sutherland

When is it on?

The exciting league showdown will take place at Anfield on Sunday, 12th November at 2:00PM. 

Where can I watch the match?

Liverpool vs Brentford will only be accessible to UK fans via commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live. 

Unfortunately, the match is unavailable to watch in the United Kingdom due to broadcasting schedules. However, for European fans, Sky Sports will broadcast in some countries.  

In the US, Peacock will be showcasing the match. In Canada, fans can also tune into FuboTV for the game. 

Who is officiating?

Referee Paul Tierney will be hosting the match on the pitch, while VAR duties have been handed to Stuart Atwell. The officiating assistants for the game will be Nick Greenhalgh and Mark Scholes, accompanying the fourth official, Tim Robinson. 


Making an account of Liverpool’s previous home form, it would serve as a jarring upset if the Bees could manage to overcome the Reds at Anfield. While a clean sheet for Klopp’s side is incredibly unlikely, it would be reasonably safe to expect a win for Liverpool this weekend. 

Liverpool 3-1 Brentford. 


Written By Oisin O'Sullivan

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