Coverage plans for Saturday’s game pitting Everton vs Liverpool are now available. NBC Sports, which holds the rights to all Premier League games, will have this game on USA Network, meaning you do not need to have the paid-subscription service, Peacock, to watch this game. That being said, you do not need some kind of TV or streaming platform to watch.

Everton vs Liverpool coverage plans

Kickoff time: 7:30 a.m. ET / 4:30 a.m. PT – Saturday, Sep. 3
Watch now (in USA): Live on Sling Blue
Commentators: Conor McNamara and Andy Townsend
US TV: Match is on USA Network (available via Sling Blue)

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The coverage surrounding either side of this Merseyside Derby features the usual crew of NBC. With kickoff scheduled for 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, NBC’s crew gets fans set with 30 minutes of coverage plans for Everton vs Liverpool.

Leading the desk crew this weekend is Rebecca Lowe. Alongside Lowe are two analysts, Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle. In addition to the pregame coverage, Premier League Live is available for the 30-minute span between this kickoff and the 10 a.m. window. Some of that allotted time belongs to wrapping up Everton-Liverpool. Yet, expect more emphasis to rest on getting information prior to the six kickoffs at 10 a.m. ET.

There are no changes in coverage plans for any of the buffer content surrounding Everton vs Liverpool. All of the studio content, as well as the game itself, is available on USA Network.

Merseyside Derby

This Merseyside Derby comes at an interesting time for both the Liverpool clubs. Liverpool met its sluggish start with a pair of wins in its last two games. Everton, on the other hand, still awaits its first win in Premier League play after three draws and two losses.

In addition to the fact that this is a derby, both sides enter this game with hunger. Neither of their starts went to plan, and this is already the sixth game of the campaign. Tensions will draw high as both Frank Lampard and Jürgen Klopp demand a result against their rivals at an early pivotal point in the season.

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