[WATCH/STREAMS!] Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest Live Free Online Broadcast 29 October 2023
Liverpool and Nottingham Forest face off in a feisty Premier League clash with the former looking to mount more pressure on the sides above them and regain glory this term. Liverpool vs Nottm Forest live stream: How to watch Premier League game and for free
The Liverpool vs Nottm Forest live stream will see the Reds look to continue their strong start to the season when they face the Tricky Trees at Anfield today — and you can it from anywhere with a VPN.
Liverpool vs Nottm Forest live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Liverpool vs Nottm Forest live stream takes place on Sunday (Oct. 29)
Time: 2 p.m. BST / 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT / 12 a.m. AEDT (Oct. 30)
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
Having embarked on an ambitious midfield rebuild in the summer there are signs that Liverpool could challenge for the title this season. The Reds look rejuvenated and have been superb going forward, with Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, Cody Gapko and Darwin Nunez all excelling at times, while Mo Salah is back to his devastating best.
The forwards have been ably assisted by new signings Ryan Gravenberch, Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai who all started the 2-0 win over Everton last weekend. Harvey Elliott is also making a habit of delivering valuable contributions from the bench in the second half of games.
However, there are still concerns over Liverpool’s defence and Forest will hope to expose their frailty at the back. Steve Cooper’s side scored twice at Anfield last season in a 3-2 defeat. The Tricky Trees have drawn their last three games but carry a significant goal threat through the likes of Chris Wood, Taiwo Awoniyi and Anthony Elanga.
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Jurgen Klopp's men enter the contest after completely thrashing French side Toulouse in the Europa League. Despite being dumped out of the UCL, the Reds have shown no signs of mercy for their rivals in the Europa League with three wins in three games. Turning back to their domestic campaign, Liverpool are fourth in the league but have the perfect opportunity to leapfrog Arsenal and Manchester City with the latter scheduled to indulge in the Manchester Derby on Sunday. Multiple referring errors against Tottenham did ruin their winning momentum but the Reds bashed Everton in the Merseyside derby to stay just behind the sides above them.
Nottingham Forest, on the other hand, are trailing in the bottom half of the table and despite being six points above the drop zone, the English side would be wary of losing more games and adding misery to their campaign. In their previous five games, Forest have managed to pick up just four points out of the available fifteen as their hunt for a first PL win since their victory against Chelsea continues. Despite facing an in-form opposition, Nottingham Forest are well versed in the process of defeating Klopp's side and could spring a surprise on Sunday.
The midfield pair of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai are touted to start in the hosts' midfield with Thiago Alcantara being a long-term absentee and Curtis Jones serving a suspension for his red card against Spurs.
Thiago will be accompanied by Scottish full-back Andy Robertson who will return to Liverpool's squad next year after nursing a dislocated shoulder during the international break. Ben Doak and Stefan Bajcetic are the other two names who are touted to miss the clash due to injuries.
Nottingham Forest have a host of injuries as they prepare to face Liverpool in the latter's backyard. Gonzalo Montiel and Danilo have lower-body injuries while Nuno Tavares and Felipe are recovering from groin and knee problems respectively.
Former Chelsea striker Callum Hudson-Odoi is also ruled out of the clash with a hamstring problem alongside a familiar name at Anfield, Divock Origi. The Belgian forward who was hoping for a fairytale return to Anfield is sidelined from the fixture due to an unwanted hip problem.
It's a year to the day since Liverpool last lost at Anfield, with Nottingham Forest the side tasked with a seemingly impossible mission on Merseyside today in the English Premier League.
The Reds notched up another victory on home turf last weekend, with a 2-0 win over local rivals Everton in the Merseyside derby, and followed that up with a resounding 5-1 result over French side Toulouse in the Europa League on Thursday.
The Reds are looking for their third victory in a week as they welcome Forest to Anfield. A hard-fought Merseyside derby win was followed by a more routine triumph over Toulouse in midweek. Liverpool can move above Man City into third in the Premier League with three more points before the Manchester derby takes centre stage later in the day.
There is a cloud over the game concerning Luis Diaz's parents. They were both kidnapped in Colombia overnight and his father remains missing ahead of the game. The forward is, of course, not expected to feature today.
Forest have had a tough time of late, having not recorded a victory since early September in a winless run stretching back over five games which has seen them drop to 15th in the league. Can they turn the tide today? They haven't won at Anfield since 1978.
A 2-0 home win over fierce rivals Everton last weekend pushed them up to fourth spot and just three points shy of the top of the standings. Champions League qualification will be the minimum expectation this time around and another win here would strengthen their position.
Steve Cooper's Forest arrive here in less-than-ideal recent form as they look to move away from the relegation spots. The visitors find themselves on a run of five league outings without victory — a streak that needs snapping sooner rather than later.
Liverpool won this fixture 3-2 last season thanks to a goal from Mohamed Salah after they had twice seen the lead slip away. Forest had won the reverse fixture 1-0, however, which could give them some confidence ahead of this meeting.