Liverpool as well as Crystal Palace continue their pre-season preparations by playing a friendly match in Singapore on the 15th of July, on 15 July.
The Reds have lost their previous warm-up match to Manchester United 4-0 on Tuesday at the Rajamangala National Stadium in Thailand while the Eagles were victorious in a bounce match with EFL Championship side Millwall 5-4 on Saturday, at their training facility.
Jurgen Klopp’s side won the edge in both matches between the two teams in the 2022/22 Premier League season as they beat 3-1 in Anfield in September, and then 3-1 away at Selhurst Park in January.
They are scheduled to play in a competitive match during the 2nd round of Premier League fixtures this season one month from today, august 15 in Anfield.
Here’s everything you should be aware of about the Singapore game, including when and where it’s played, the time at which it’ll begin at in the UK and the best way to catch the action:
Where is Liverpool playing Liverpool Crystal Palace being played?
The Singapore National Stadium in Kallang will host the friendly game between two Premier League sides.
The 55,000-seat stadium is the home stadium for the Singapore national team of football, and is the centerpiece of the Singapore Sports Hub project, which is a recreational and sports district that includes adjacent Singapore Indoor Stadium and other newly constructed venues for events.
It first opened in June 2014 , and the first football game played in the venue was an informal match match between the Singapore Selection XI and Juventus.
What time will Liverpool play Crystal Palace kick off in the UK
The game will begin around 1.35pm UK time
The UK operates currently in British Summer Time (BST) while Singapore adheres to Singapore Standard Time all year all year.
Singapore Standard Time is seven hours ahead of BST which means Liverpool match against Crystal Palace will be kicking off at 8:35pm local time.
Is Liverpool v Crystal Palace on TV?
The game will be streamed live on LFCTV.
The subscription is accessible for Sky clients on channel 425 and also on Freeview, TalkTalk and BT on channel 95, or via FreeSat at 252.
The channel is subject to an additional monthly subscription fee.