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Liverpool vs Fulham: Here's how you can watch much-awaited Premier League clash

Jugen Jurgen Klöpp's men look to maintain their perfect record at home as Liverpool host Fulham in Premier League match

Liverpool´s Argentinian midfielder Alexis Mac Allister (second right) celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Fulham at Anfield in Liverpool, northwest England, on December 3, 2023. — AFP
Liverpool´s Argentinian midfielder Alexis Mac Allister (second right) celebrates with teammates after scoring their second goal during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Fulham at Anfield in Liverpool, northwest England, on December 3, 2023. — AFP

As Liverpool take on Fulham in their Premier League match on Sunday, Jugen Jurgen Klöpp's men will look to preserve their perfect record at home and maintain pressure on Arsenal and Manchester City at the top of the table.

The Merseysiders secured an impressive 4-0 victory against LASK Linz earlier this week to make it to the top 16 of the Europa League earlier this week.

With fans expecting an exciting clash, here are all the streaming details you need to know to watch the Liverpool vs Fulham game.

According to cnet.com, if you're a football fan based in the United States, you will need a Peacock Premium or Premium Plus account — on NBC's live streaming service — to watch the match.

Meanwhile, in the UK, no broadcaster has secured the right for live streaming meaning that fans will not be able to watch the game due to geo-blocking.

However, you can use a virtual private network (VPN) and set your location to another country — where the match is being live-streamed.

You can access the game on your phone, tablet, or laptop by virtually changing your location with a VPN. Thus, a VPN can fix the issue by providing you with an IP address in your accurate, non-blackout area if your internet provider or mobile carrier has stuck you with one that inaccurately indicates your location in a blackout zone.

Premier League fans in Canada are required to subscribe — for CA$25 per month — to Fubo Canada which holds exclusive rights to broadcast the Premier League season.

Australian football fans can watch the game via Optus Sports which will cost you AU$7 per month if you're already their customer — if not, fans will need to pay AU$25 which is their monthly subscription fee.