Manchester City vs. Liverpool: Community Shield, Live TV Stream, Preview & Team News

Saturday, July 30th |
Community Shield | King Power Stadium, Leicester

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The 2022 Community Shield clash between Liverpool and Manchester City will be broadcast on television in the United Kingdom by ITV and STV, with the game available to live stream through the ITV Hub and STV iPLayer.

In the United States, the game can be watched through the ESPN+ streaming service.

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The World Cup has prompted the domestic calendar to advance, giving the impression that the previous season has just concluded.

In some ways, it may be beneficial for Liverpool supporters — and the Reds — to play a less crucial game against very good competition before the Premier League opener against Fulham.

The Community Shield is usually a game that doesn’t seem to important until it starts, and then you realize there’s a Jordan Henderson trophy shuffle moment on the line.

Last season, these two sides drew in the league, while the Reds advanced to the FA Cup semi-finals versus City in a great game that was nevertheless a game of two halves.

Given where we are in the season, I expect the Community Shield to be a dirtier version of the Cup game, but Liverpool has greater fitness worries than City.

Erling Haaland has arrived, and we will be the first to face him. Other new acquisitions for City include: Kalvin Phillips, who is more of a known quantity; Argentine international Julián lvarez, who we might see tomorrow but haven’t heard much about; and new goalkeeper Stefan Ortega, who has apparently pleased Pep Guardiola in pre-season.

Aymeric Laporte is recuperating from surgery and will be sidelined until September, according to Pep Guardiola. City have sold Raheem Sterling (Chelsea), Gabriel Jesus, and Oleksandr Zinchenko during this transfer window (both to Arsenal).

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We will be the first to see Manchester City’s “new(ish) look,” which will give us an advantage heading into another challenging season.

Liverpool Lineup Prediction (4-3-3)

Adrián, Alexander-Arnold, Konaté, Van Dijk, and Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, and Thiago; Salah, Firmino, and Daz.

The Community Shield will be our seventh pre-season game, but just Manchester City’s third – yet Liverpool’s injuries are more noticeable.
Both Alisson (abdomen) and Caoimhn Kelleher (groin) are out due to injury, giving Adrián the start (and getting one of the younger fellas on the bench).

Diogo Jota, too, believes that this encounter is too soon for him to recuperate from a reoccurring hamstring issue.

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All of the new additions are qualified and fit, although it is unclear whether they will play. Harvey Elliott has shone in pre-season and might win a starting spot; who Jürgen Klopp pairs with Virgil Van Dijk is also up in the air, as Joel Matip and Ibrahima Konaté are both established with Van Dijk, and Joe Gomez could benefit from more competitive minutes.

Harvey Elliott has impressed in pre-season and could earn a start; who Jürgen Klopp pairs with Virgil Van Dijk is also up in the air, as Jol Matip and Ibrahima Konaté are both established alongside Van Dijk, and Joe Gomez could benefit from more competitive time as he looks to regain a place following a long-term injury a few seasons ago.

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Referee: Craig Pawson; Assistants Harry Lennard and Nick Hopton; Fourth Official Darren England; VAR: John Brooks; Assistant VAR: Lee Betts.

Tomorrow’s game is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. BST/12 p.m. EST. Stay tuned to The Liverpool Offside crew for team news and match buildup, live updates, and post-match commentary.


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