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Liverpool vs Burnley Nepali time, fixtures, Watch free 2021

This weekend, Liverpool welcomes Burnley to Anfield for their first home game of the season, Liverpool vs Burnley Nepali time

16 August 2021 21:44 PM, ✍️ UPDATED: 4 months ago

16 August 2021 21:44 PM

This weekend, Liverpool welcomes Burnley to Anfield for their first home game of the season, Liverpool vs Burnley Nepali time

After a convincing win and three goals against Norwich on Saturday, the hosts will be looking for another three points.

In their top-flight debut, Burnley, who have lost ten of their last 14 Premier League games against Liverpool, was defeated by Brighton.

The previous time these two teams faced at Anfield, Sean Dyche’s side defeated Liverpool in January.

Liverpool vs Burnley Nepali time

Liverpool Overview

Liverpool is still without Andrew Robertson, with Kostas Tsimikas poised to take his place at left-back, as he did against Norwich despite James Milner’s’slap’.

Robertson, a Scottish international, is expected to return in September to provide Liverpool a defensive boost.

Thiago, like Curtis Jones, who had a concussion in pre-season, might return to the squad against Burnley on Saturday.

Meanwhile, with Liverpool’s squad depth growing, another player poised to return is Jordan Henderson.

Joe Gomez is back in the lineup to partner Virgil van Dijk, but Joel Matip was the chosen center-back last weekend.

Burnley Overview

Kevin Long and Dale Stephens were the two Clarets players who were unable to play due to injury, but could potentially return to the squad.

On Saturday, Matej Vydra did not start against Brighton because Jay Rodriguez was the intended starter, but he was also replaced after 70 minutes.

Following his £12 million summer transfer from Stoke, Nathan Collins will be eager to make his debut.

Liverpool vs Burnley Nepali time

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DateSaturday, August 21
Time5:15 PM NST (Nepal Time)







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