Super Cup TV channel and live stream: How to watch Liverpool vs Chelsea online or on TV | Football | Sport

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson misses out after picking up a calf injury in the season-opening win against Norwich last week.

The Brazilian is set to be sidelined for “the next few weeks”, according to Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.

Former West Ham stopper Adrian, who joined the Anfield club on a free transfer this summer, is expected to start in goal.

Dejan Lovren had not travelled with the Liverpool squad to Istanbul due to illness.

Meanwhile, Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante is a doubt for the match after picking up a knock against Manchester United at the weekend.

However, Blues boss Frank Lampard has been given a boost with forward Willian and defender Antonio Rudiger both returning from injury.

What have the managers said?

Lampard, who made two Super Cup appearances, said: “It means a lot to the club, I know that because I lost two finals. I understand the feeling of when you work hard to get into this game, that you give your all to try to win it.

“It’s another trophy for the club and will give us a feeling that if we can beat Liverpool and win a cup, we can go on from there.”

Liverpool boss Klopp said: “If people think Chelsea aren’t a challenge then I can’t help these people.

“They are really strong and young and fresh and everything is exciting because Frank, a club legend, is new at the club and will want to make a name for himself as Chelsea manager. It will be really interesting and it’s a really important game.”

What time does the Super Cup kick-off?

Liverpool vs Chelsea gets underway at 8pm BST.

What TV channel is the Super Cup on?

Live television coverage will be shown on BT Sport 2 throughout the UK.

Build-up coverage to the match starts at 7pm.

Can I live stream the Super Cup?

Existing customers can stream Liverpool vs Chelsea via the BT Sport app and on the broadcaster’s website.

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