Live football on TV this week including Liverpool v Crystal Palace

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Premier League, EFL Championship and UEFA competitions matches will be streamed across Sky Sports, BT Sport and more over the next five days.

Matches are tight and fast across the UK this week and there will be plenty for fans to enjoy on live TV, including more action from the Premier League, as well as EFL Championship and UEFA Champions League qualifiers fixtures.

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The likes of Liverpool, Rangers and Sunderland will all go head to head live across the various channels and live stream options over the next five days.

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Here are some of the biggest football matches shown live on TV this week:

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Liverpool – Crystal Palace (Monday 15 August)

The second round of Premier League games conclude with Monday Night Football live from Anfield when Liverpool host Crystal Palace.

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Both sides are aiming for their first win of the new season, with Palace losing their opener to Arsenal and the Reds drawing against Fulham.

Sky Sports the match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League with setup from 19:00 BST.

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Sky customers can live stream the game via SkyGo or the SkyGo app and non-Sky customers can a NowTV happen.

The game starts at 8 p.m.

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Forecast: Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace

Rangers v PSV Eindhoven (Tuesday 16 August)

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A place in the group stage of this season’s UEFA Champions League is up for grabs when Rangers host PSV Eindhoven in the first leg of their play-off tie at Ibrox.

Scotland overcame a 2-0 first-leg defeat at Belgium’s Royale Union Saint-Gilloise in the last round to advance with a 3-0 win in Glasgow.

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BT sport will be showing this game on BT Sport 1 and online via the BT Sport app.

The game starts at 8 p.m., set-up begins at 7:15 p.m.

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Forecast: Rangers 1-1 PSV Eindhoven

QPR – Blackpool (Tuesday 16 August)

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Loftus Road will greet Sky Sports cameras for their EFL Championship clash with Blackpool on Tuesday night.

The second tier of English football kicks off its fourth round, with the Royals taking on the Seasiders.

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QPR have won one, drawn one and lost one so far, while the visitors have won one and lost two.

Set-up begins on the Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football at 19:45 for an 8pm kick-off.

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Forecast: QPR 0-0 Blackpool

Sheffield United v Sunderland (Wednesday 17 August)

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More action at the EFL Championship on Wednesday when Sheffield United host Sunderland at Bramall Lane.

The Black Cats, who were promoted from League One last season, are unbeaten so far with one win and two draws, while the Blades have won one, drawn one and lost one.

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Construction starts on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football from 7.15pm for a 7.45pm kick-off.

Forecast: Sheffield United 2-2 Sunderland

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West Ham United v Viborg (Thursday 18 August)

More continental action awaits on Thursday night when West Ham take on Danish club Viborg in the first leg of their UEFA Conference League play-off qualifiers.

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The Hammers are big favorites to draw at the London Stadium and advance to the group stage.

BT sport will be showing the game on BT Sport 1 and online via the BT Sport app.

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Game starts at 8:00 p.m. Set-up begins at 7:15 p.m.

Forecast: Westham 4-0 Viborg

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Norwich City – Millwall (Friday 19 August)

The third and final bid of the EFL Championship in the next five days comes from Carrow Road on Friday night.

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Construction starts on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football from 19:30 for a kick off at 20:00.

Forecast: Norwich City 2-1 Millwall

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Other live games this week

  • Solihull Moors v York City (National League) – Wednesday 7:45pm on BT Sport
  • FC Zurich – Hearts (UEFA Europa League qualifier) ​​– Thursday 6pm on BBC Scotland/BBC Iplayer
  • Partick Thistle v Inverness CT (Scottish Championship) – Friday 19:45 on BBC Scotland/BBC Iplayer

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