Brighton vs Liverpool live stream
Brighton vs Liverpool is available to watch free online on ITVX in the UK (1.30pm GMT, today). You can also watch today's FA Cup fourth round clash in the US on ESPN Plus, and in Australia on Paramount Plus. Use a VPN to watch your local stream from anywhere if you happen to be travelling abroad. Full details on how to watch Brighton vs Liverpool on TV just below.
- UK: Brighton vs Liverpool live stream on ITVX
- AUS: Brighton vs Liverpool live stream on Paramount+
- USA: Brighton vs Liverpool live stream on ESPN Plus
- Watch your local stream from abroad with ExpressVPN
Brighton vs Liverpool live stream: match preview
The teams are in and Brighton have named a strong team, with Kaoru Mitoma, Evan Ferguson, Pascal Gross and Solly March all starting. Boss Roberto De Zerbi recalls Adam Webster, Tariq Lamptey and cup keeper Jason Steele in goal. Arsenal target Moises Caicedo, however, has been left out of the matchday squad entirely as he holds out for a big-money move to the Gunners. Liverpool also with a strong XI as they make one change from the side that drew 0-0 with Chelsea last week with Trent Alexander-Arnold fit again to start ahead of James Milner at right-back. Mo Salah, Thiago Alcantara, Cody Gakpo and youngsters Harvey Elliott and Stefan Bajcetic all start, with Darwin Nunez on the bench.
In their last home game, Brighton not only beat Liverpool, they took them to the cleaners, put them on a hot wash and shrank them to a barely recognisable imitation. "Bad, really bad," was Jurgen Klopp's assessment of his side's 3-0 defeat to the Seagulls a fortnight ago.
While other teams treat the world's oldest cup competition as a chance to give minutes to squad players, Brighton boss De Zerbi seems intent on using it as an opportunity for his team, currently sat sixth in the Premier League, to go all out for the most prestigious piece of silverware in the club's history. They've scored 14 goals in their last four games in all competitions, with Kaoru Mitoma and youngster Evan Ferguson excelling up front and winger Solly March in the form of his life.
Liverpool's issues this season show no signs of abating. Tenth in the Premier League, the Reds' gegenpress seems to have worn out with a midfield that is struggling to live up to past campaigns, with Fabinho and Jordan Henderson unable to match previous excellence. Cody Gakpo has yet to catch light since his arrival from PSV, Mo Salah is also yet reach his best form and record signing Darwin Nunez is highly watchable but inconsistent. Expect cup keeper Caoimhin Kelleher to start in goal.
Brighton vs Liverpool kicks off at 1.30pm GMT / 8.30am ET at the Amex Stadium today. Make sure you know how to watch a Brighton vs Liverpool live stream from anywhere in the world.
UK: Brighton vs Liverpool free live stream
Brighton vs Liverpool will be shown live on ITV. The match is also available to watch online for free in HD on ITVX. Kick off is at 1.30pm GMT on 29th January.
UK football fans, whether at home or abroad, can Use a VPN to watch ITVX from anywhere.
We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. Full details on how to use a VPN below.
Watch Brighton vs Liverpool live stream from anywhere
You won't be able to watch your regular Brighton vs Liverpool live stream while traveling abroad. The streaming service will spot that you're in a foreign country and block you. You can use a VPN (virtual private network) to get around this, though.
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How to use a VPN for Brighton vs Liverpool live stream
1. Install the VPN of your choice. ExpressVPN is the one we recommend.
2. Open up the VPN app and choose the location of the service you wish to access. For Brighton vs Liverpool in the FA Cup, you may wish to choose 'UK' for ITVX.
3. Then head over to ITVX on your browser or device and enjoy the free Brighton vs Liverpool live stream!
USA: watch Brighton vs Liverpool live stream
In the USA, ESPN+ has the TV rights to the Brighton vs Liverpool live stream. ESPN+ is a streaming-only service carries a wealth of top sports content including MLB, NHL, MLS, Top Rank Boxing events and Grand Slam tennis as well as FA Cup soccer. You can subscribe to it on its own or as part of the Disney Bundle along with Hulu and Disney Plus.
Remember, though, if you're a UK citizen abroad, you can use a VPN to watch the FA Cup free on ITVX.
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Australia: watch Brighton vs Liverpool live stream
If you're in Australia, you can watch a Brighton vs Liverpool live stream on Paramount Plus as well as the rest of the FA Cup games this season.
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Brighton vs Liverpool live stream kick-off times
Global Brighton vs Liverpool kick-off times, Sunday 29th January:
- UK: 1.30pm
- Central Europe: 2.30pm
- USA (EDT/PST): 8.30am / 5.30pm
- Australia: 12.30am (Monday)
- New Zealand: 2.30am (Monday)
FA Cup fourth-round fixtures – dates & TV times
All times 3pm GMT (UK time) unless otherwise stated
Fri 27 January
Manchester City v Arsenal - 8pm
Sat 28 January
Walsall v Leicester - 12:30pm
Accrington Stanley v Leeds - 12:30pm
Southampton v Blackpool
Ipswich v Burnley
Luton v Grimsby
Blackburn v Birmingham
Sheff Wed v Fleetwood Town
Bristol City v West Brom
Fulham v Sunderland
Preston v Tottenham - 6pm
Manchester United v Reading - 8pm
Sun 29 January
Brighton v Liverpool - 1:30pm
Stoke v Stevenage - 2pm
Wrexham v Sheffield Utd - 4:30pm
January Derby v West Ham - 7:45pm