After the final international break of the year, Pep Guardiola’s Cityzens will play host to the Reds on Saturday, November 25, at the Etihad. While Arsenal’s journey to Brentford, which they already did in 2023/24 as part of a successful Carabao Cup attempt, will be available live on TNT Sports, that game will be televised on Sky Sports.
On Sunday, November 26, Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur will host Aston Villa in north London in the first of two games to air on Sky Sports. Everton vs. Manchester United is scheduled to begin at 16:30 BST.
Fulham’s match against Wolves at Craven Cottage on Monday night marks the end of Gameweek 13.
After sending his players on international trips to represent their nations, Jurgen Klopp was questioned about his Liverpool team’s track record in early kick-offs in September. His response was scathing.
Up until March, there will be four international breaks, and two of them will have a 12.30 p.m. kickoff. We play in 24 hours and have players in South America that I haven’t yet met. If I mention it even once more, the entire globe will assume that he has started to moan once more. This is a joke.
The match between Man City and Liverpool will not be permitted to begin at 17:30 BST because of “concerns over fan trouble,” according to a Friday morning article in The Daily Mail. A young fan was injured by a pot loaded with coins during a Carabao Cup match between the two clubs last December, according to the local safety advisory organization, which referenced instances in previous matches between the two clubs.