Watch the Merseyside derby from wherever you are in the World !
The long awaited Merseyside derby is on Sunday June 21 at 19.00 (BST). The game is available on Sky Go without a set top box or satellite dish. You can also watch online on NOWTV.
If you are a Sky Subscriber who finds themselves outside the UK for the match, you can use your Sky Go App and as long as you have our My Expat Network VPN Pro App on your mobile device, or our software on your PC or Mac, you will able to watch Everton v Liverpool as if you were at home in the UK.
Of course you can always ask a friend who is a Sky Subscriber to “borrow” their credentials and login to Sky Go as a second device, rather than join Sky yourself.
You can also use the NOWTV App and buy the Sky Sports package for £7.99 to watch the game. Used in conjunction with our UK VPN you will also be able to watch from wherever you are in the world.
NOWTV also has a 7 day free trial but it is not clear if the football will be available during the trial period.
Second-placed Manchester City’s 3-0 win over Arsenal last night means that Liverpool still need six points to secure the first league title in 30 years.
Victory at Goodison on Sunday and then against Palace at Anfield on Wednesday would secure that first domestic title of the Premier League era.
However, an Everton win in the derby could leave Liverpool fans holding their breath until they face City on July 2.
Their lead at the top is 22 points, but the last thing Klopp and his team want after the Coronavirus break would be to have yet more weeks of waiting to get the league trophy in their hands.
In normal circumstances, Liverpool would face a hostile crowd packed into the tight confines of Goodison but with the game taking place behind closed doors Everton’s advantage is lost.
Data from the Bundesliga restart in Germany shows that in empty stadia home advantage is slashed by half. So the Reds should be confident of a win.