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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Liverpool vs AFC Bournemouth Live Free Online Broadcast 1 November 2023

Liverpool tonight head to Bournemouth with a place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on the line. Where to watch Bournemouth vs Liverpool live stream: TV channel, lineups, odds for Carabao Cup match

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Jurgen Klopp’s side look as if they are working back to their best this season. Though not always the most convincing defensively, the Reds have so much firepower that stopping them is a tough ask for any team.

Having beaten Nottingham Forest after thrashing Toulouse in midweek, things are looking very good for the Anfield giants.

The Cherries, meanwhile, finally recorded their first win of the Premier League season under new manager Andoni Iraola but surely have bigger fish to fry with a relegation battle on the cards.

Date, kick-off time and venue

Bournemouth vs Liverpool is scheduled for a 7.45pm GMT kick-off time tonight, Wednesday November 1, 2023.

The Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth will host.

Where to watch Bournemouth vs Liverpool

TV channel and live stream: The game will not be broadcast in the UK.

Bournemouth vs Liverpool team news

Summer signing Andrei Radu impressed on Saturday for Bournemouth and looks set to continue, with fellow goalkeepers Neto and Mark Travers injured. Luis Sinisterra is cup-tied, having played in the competition for Leeds earlier this season.

Lewis Cook is suspended, after he was sent off against Wolves over the weekend, but Marcos Senesi is set to be available again.

For Liverpool, changes are expected. Luis Diaz will not feature, while the game will likely come too soon for the likes of Andy Robertson, Stefan Bajcetic, Thiago Alcantara and Ben Doak.

Luke Chambers could be handed another outing at left-back after playing against Toulouse and Cody Gakpo may start.

Liverpool beat Bournemouth in August, albeit that was at Anfield, and little about the respective form of the teams since would suggest the tables have turned.

Both sides go into this clash on the back of weekend Premier League wins as Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest 3-0 at Anfield and Andoni Iraola's Cherries picked up their first league victory of the season at home to Burnley.

Curtis Jones serves the final game of his suspension and misses out with Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic also ruled out. Andrew Robertson will be out until the start of 2024, after undergoing shoulder surgery, with Luis Diaz granted a leave of absence following reports of his father going missing in Colombia.

Liverpool has reached the last 16 round in the 2023/24 Carabao Cup, and it will look to advance by beating Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. The Reds last won the tournament two seasons ago and it became the bedrock upon which a quadruple bid was built.

That might be a touch too ambitious for Liverpool 2.0 but the management team and players will be looking to win every trophy they can. With Manchester City and Tottenham having already been knocked out, and one of Manchester United and Newcastle guaranteed to follow, the Reds have a real chance of success in this competition.

For this match specifically, a lot will depend on how strong a starting XI Jürgen Klopp selects. Some players need minutes while others probably need a rest, so some of his decision making will be relatively straightforward.

Liverpool have won the EFL Cup nine times in their history. However, just one of these triumphs has come in Jurgen Klopp's tenure. It remains to be seen if the German will take this competition seriously this season, especially as they are also competing in the Europa League.

The Reds are unbeaten in their last three Premier League games which puts them fourth in the division. They beat Nottingham Forest 3-0 last weekend and some are already considering Klopp's team to be title contenders.

The club was shocked by the news of Luis Diaz's parents being kidnapped in Colombia before the match with Forest. However, the Liverpool players showed their togetherness in lifting Diaz's shirt after Diogo Jota scored the opening goal at Anfield.

AFC Bournemouth claimed a huge win last time out in the Premier League as they beat Burnley 2-1 in what was already a relegation six-pointer.

The result also eased the pressure on Andoni Iraola, who was in danger of being sacked if they suffered another defeat.

Given that the Cherries are in a relegation battle, it would be understandable that they throw the EFL Cup competition. Fans would love a run in the tournament but staying in the Premier League has got to be the club's priority.


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