Man Utd vs Liverpool free live stream: How to watch FA Cup match for free

Man Utd v Liverpool: FA Cup fourth-round preview

Manchester United and Liverpool meet in the FA Cup fourth round with contrasting form. They clashed in the Premier League just a week ago in a goalless draw at Anfield. United, though, have since retained top spot in the table, while Jurgen Klopp’s side currently have just one win in six games.

However, United star Bruno Fernandes is not reading too much into the Reds’s recent run.

“I think teams have moments,” Fernandes said. “I don’t think Liverpool are playing poorly. I think they don’t win and this is the point.

“When teams don’t win, everyone talks about that. When players don’t score, everyone talks about that.

“I feel that on me because I know the standard is high, because I arrived and I scored a lot of goals and make a lot of assists, and everyone is wanting goals and assists from me.

“It is the same – everyone expects goals from (Mohamed) Salah, from (Roberto) Firmino and from (Sadio) Mane.

“They are not scoring in the last games and it starts feeling like ‘oh, they are not playing well’.

“They create, they play, but the other teams are playing better and, as I said before, they have more qualities to play.

“Every team goes there to play maybe without the pressure of the fans. Teams play a little bit more comfortably and, as I say, I think it is a moment.

“We don’t have to look at that moment because big teams and big players can show in every moment.”

What time does Man Utd vs Liverpool kick off?

The FA Cup showdown at Old Trafford gets underway at 5pm GMT this evening.

How to live stream Man Utd vs Liverpool today

The FA Cup clash will be televised on BBC One throughout the UK.

This means viewers will also be able to live stream the action for free,

To do this, fans can use the iPlayer app or watch on the BBC website.

The iPlayer app can be downloaded across mobiles, tablets and gaming consoles.

Liverpool head into FA Cup tie following a 1-0 defeat to Burnley in midweek, a result that ended their 68-match unbeaten home league run.

But Klopp is hoping his side can use the loss to spark a return to form.

The Reds boss said: “We lost that game and it was a really low point. It’s not that I thought, ‘Who cares?’.

“When I think back, I can’t find a reason why we lost that game but we did.

“It happened and sometimes you need a really low point to change things properly and that’s for sure what we’ll go for now.

“If we would have won in a bad game, the world would have said, ‘OK, it’s not the football they usually play but they’re back on the result path’… In the long term it wouldn’t help. It can be a real help if we use it.”

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