How to watch Liverpool’s internationals on TV in September

    Liverpool have a total of 11 regular senior players on international duty this month, with friendlies and Nations League games the priority for this break.

    The Reds’ international break started earlier than expected after the postponement of the trip to Chelsea, making the win over Ajax their last match for 17 days.

    The next fortnight will come as a mix of a welcome break for some, while others continue to be asked for more minutes in what is the only international break this side of the World Cup.

    Injuries to senior players have made this list smaller than usual, but here’s how you can watch Liverpool’s internationals this month.

    Fixtures & TV info

    East Rutherford, NJ - Friday September 07, 2018: The men's national teams of the United States (USA) and Brazil (BRA) played an international friendly at MetLife Stadium. .

    East Rutherford, NJ - Friday September 07, 2018: The men's national teams of the United States (USA) and Brazil (BRA) played an international friendly at MetLife Stadium. .

    Trent Alexander-Arnold (England)

    – Italy (A), Nations League – Friday, Sept 23, 7.45pm – Channel 4
    – Germany (H), Nations League – Monday, Sept 26, 7.45pm – Channel 4

    Alisson, Fabinho, Roberto Firmino (Brazil)

    – Ghana (H), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, 7.30pm – Not on UK TV
    – Tunisia (H), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.30pm – Not on UK TV

    Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)

    – Poland (A), Nations League – Thursday, Sept 22, 7.45pm – BoxNation
    – Belgium (H), Nations League – Sunday, Sept 25, 7.45pm – Premier Sports 2

    Mohamed Salah (Egypt)

    – Niger (H), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, Midnight – Not on UK TV
    – Liberia (H), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, Midnight – Not on UK TV

    Uruguay forward Darwin Nunez (11) before a friendly match between the United States and Uruguay on June 05, 2022 at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, KS. (Credit Image: © Scott Winters/Icon SMI via ZUMA Press)

    Uruguay forward Darwin Nunez (11) before a friendly match between the United States and Uruguay on June 05, 2022 at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, KS. (Credit Image: © Scott Winters/Icon SMI via ZUMA Press)

    Darwin Nunez (Uruguay)

    – Iran (A), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, 5pm – Not on UK TV
    – Canada (A), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 5pm – Not on UK TV

    Kostas Tsimikas (Greece)

    – Cyprus (A), Nations League – Saturday, Sept 24, 7.45pm – Not on UK TV
    – Northern Ireland (H), Nations League – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.45pm – Premier Sports 2

    Diogo Jota (Portugal)

    – Czech Republic (A), Nations League – Saturday, Sept 24, 7.45pm – Premier Extra
    – Spain (H), Nations League – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.45pm – BoxNation

    Luis Diaz (Colombia)

    – Guatemala (H), Friendly – Sunday, Sept 25, 12.30am – Not on UK TV
    – Mexico (A), Friendly – Wednesday, Sept 28, 3am – Not on UK TV

    Conor Bradley (Northern Ireland)

    – Kosovo (H), Nations League – Saturday, Sept 24, 5pm – Premier Sports 1
    – Greece (A), Nations League – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.45pm – Premier Sports 2

    2JCJ433 England's Harvey Elliott during the UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying match at The John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Picture date: Monday June 13, 2022.

    2JCJ433 England's Harvey Elliott during the UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying match at The John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Picture date: Monday June 13, 2022.

    Harvey Elliott, Tyler Morton (England U21s)

    – Italy (A), Friendly – Thursday, Sept 22, 1pm – Not on UK TV
    – Germany (H), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.45pm – Not on UK TV

    Harvey Davies, James Balagizi (England U20s)

    – Chile (N), Friendly – Wednesday, Sept 21, 8pm – Not on UK TV
    – Morocco (N), Friendly – Saturday, Sept 24, 6pm – Not on UK TV
    – Australia (N), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 5pm – Not on UK TV

    Lee Jones, Isaac Mabaya, Luke Chambers, Oakley Cannonier (England U19s)

    – Montenegro (H), U19s Euro qualifier – Wednesday, Sept 21, 7pm – Not on UK TV
    – Georiga (H), U19s Euro qualifier – Saturday, Sept 24, 3pm – Not on UK TV

    Bobby Clark, Ranel Young (England U18s)

    – Netherlands (N), Friendly – Wednesday, Sept 21, 5pm – Not on UK TV
    – Faroe Islands (N), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, 2.30pm – Not on UK TV
    – Belgium (N), Friendly – Monday, Sept 26, 11.30am – Not on UK TV

    NAPLES, ITALY - Wednesday, September 7, 2022: Liverpool's Ben Doak during the UEFA Youth League Group A Matchday 1 game between SSC Napoli Under-19's and Liverpool FC Under-19's at Giuseppe Piccolo. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

    NAPLES, ITALY - Wednesday, September 7, 2022: Liverpool's Ben Doak during the UEFA Youth League Group A Matchday 1 game between SSC Napoli Under-19's and Liverpool FC Under-19's at Giuseppe Piccolo. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

    Ben Doak (Scotland U21s)

    – Northern Ireland (A), Friendly – Thursday, Sept 22, 2.30pm –
    – Northern Ireland (H), Friendly – Sunday, Sept 25, 2pm –

    Sepp van den Berg (Netherlands U21s)

    – Belgium (A), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, 4.30pm – Not on UK TV
    – Romania (A), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 3pm – Not on UK TV

    Owen Beck (Wales U21s)

    – Austria (A), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 7.30pm – Not on UK TV

    Fabian Mrozek (Poland U20s)

    – Germany (A), Friendly – Friday, Sept 23, 5pm – Not on UK TV
    – Portugal (H), Friendly – Tuesday, Sept 27, 2.15pm – Not on UK TV

    Vitezslav Jaros (Czech Republic U21s)

    – Iceland (A), U21s Euro qualifier – Friday, Sept 23, 5pm – Not on UK TV
    – Iceland (H), U21s Euro qualifier – Tuesday, Sept 27, 5pm – Not on UK TV

    Melkamu Frauendorf (Germany U19s)

    – Armenia (H), U19s Euro qualifier – Wednesday, Sept 21, 11am – Not on UK TV
    – Belarus (H), U19s Euro qualifier – Tuesday, Sept 27, 3pm – Not on UK TV

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