Premier League action this weekend is headlined by a match between two teams in the top three ranks on the tables. The outcome could determine which team heads into the final stretch of fixtures in the top spot, positioned for a championship run. You absolutely don't want to miss this one, especially if you've got a top of the line 4K media setup. On Sunday, have brunch in the living room while you enjoy streaming Liverpool vs Tottenham in 4K on Fubo TV.
Liverpool vs. Tottenham, live from Anfield, begins broadcasting at 11:25 a.m. Eastern on Sunday, March 31, on NBCSN 4K. The match kicks off at 11:30 a.m., so make sure you are ready with your proper English brunch shortly after the broadcast comes on. Don't forget the baked beans or the tea.
Liverpool FC (23-1-7) is having what could be considered their best season ever in the Premier League. With 76 points, they are in first ranking in tables with six more games remaining after this clash with the Spurs. Liverpool has been 'ever-present', as one of the original Premier League teams and they have never been relegated. However, they've also never been Premier League champion. The closest they came was in 2009, when they finished in second but just four points shy of the champion Manchester United. Liverpool will need to play hard just to keep up this weekend, as they are only 2 points ahead of Man City, who play the 19th ranked Fulham club that has only 17 points, and have lost their last seven matches.
Tottenham Hotspur FC (20-9-1) are no slouches themselves, with 61 points and a third place ranking in tables. They also find themselves in a tight race of their own. They would like to stay in one of the top four Champions League spots for next season, but there are only four points between them and three other teams. The Spurs have gone 1-3-1 in their last five, putting them in danger of being passed by either Arsenal, Manchester United, or Chelsea. To avoid that fate, they will need to avenge their loss earlier this season to Liverpool. You can check out the highlights here in this video.
Liverpool vs Tottenham in 4K comes alive online as part of Fubo TV. Fubo streams Premier League games and other top events in 4K HDR. The Fubo 4K service is in beta as a service, but you should have a great experience provided you have a high-bandwidth internet connection. Make sure you have everything you need to enjoy Fubo in 4K. Have your 4K display connected to any Fubo 4K compatible streaming device from the following list:
- Internet Explorer
- Apple TV
- Chromecast Ultra
- Fire TV 4K Stick
- Fire TV Cube
- Roku Premiere / Premiere+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku 4K TVs
- Nvidia Shield TV
- Android TV with 4K HDR
- Supported Android phones
That is all you will need to see 4K Premier League games including Liverpool vs Tottenham, and the rest of Fubo, free as part of a free trial of Fubo today.
Would you like more Premier League games in 4K? Stick with Fubo to see more upcoming 4K matches. On April 14, see Liverpool vs. Chelsea in 4K on NBCSN at 11:30 a.m., and on April 20, they will have Manchester City vs. Tottenham in 4K at 7:30 a.m.
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