• ++>[Here's Way to Watch] Liverpool vs Manchester United Live streams 2024

     
    Today, Manchester United will face to Liverpool in FA Cup Quarter Finals 2024 at 11:00AM ET Time. The final spot in the FA Cup semi-finals will be decided when Liverpool travel to Manchester United today. The pick of this weekend's FA Cup quarterfinal ties see Man United host Liverpool in a tasty-looking showdown between these ancient foes.

    GO LIVE==>>>> CLICK HERE TO STREAMING

    STREAMING==>>>> CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE


    Liverpool remain on track for an unprecedented quadruple, after easing past Sparta Prague 6-1 in the Europa League on Thursday.

    Old Trafford will be bouncing for a north-west derby that could keep Jurgen Klopp on course for a potential quadruple, if the Merseyside giants prevail.

    Erik ten Hag’s United have embraced their counter-attacking instincts in recent games and they’ve dragged themselves into the Champions League qualification picture in the Premier League. They won 2-0 against Everton last time out as Alejandro Garnacho was superb on the break and the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are getting back to their best too. Defensively Andre Onana has stood tall in recent weeks and United will need that to be the case if they’re going to get past surging Liverpool and reach the FA Cup semifinals at Wembley.

    Man United remain in indifferent form, but come into this game off the back of a solid 2-0 win over struggling Everton, and could be boosted by the return of young Danish striker Rasmus Højlund, who is back in full training after missing the last three games through injury.

    With the German embarking on his farewell tour - which takes him back to Manchester for the final time next month - United would like nothing more than to ruin their rivals’ bid to end his era in perfect fashion.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Liverpool have had a major injury crisis in the last couple of months with several star players sidelined with injuries. Despite all the setbacks, the club managed to remain unbeaten in their last nine games across all competitions. They have already clinched the Carabao Cup title and are in contention to win the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Europa League.

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp against Manchester United in August 2022

    Manchester United are all set to host their bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford in the quarter-final of the FA Cup 2023-24 mega clash on Sunday, March 17. Indian fans can enjoy the live streaming of the biggest English football derby both on TV and online.

    Casemiro scored an 89' minute winner against Nottingham Forrest to boost United into the last eight while Liverpool recorded an easy 3-0 win against Southampton at Anfield to enter the quarter-final round.

    Manchester United, 12-time FA Cup winners boosts impressive record against eight-time winners Liverpool with ten wins in 14 encounters but Jurgen Klopp's men enter this fixture as favourites having won all of their last six FA Cup quarter-final fixtures.

    Rasmus Hojlund, Premier League Player of the Month winner for February, is set to return from his muscular injury, in a big boost for the Red Devils. But Erik Ten Hag's side faces a fresh injury blow in the form of Casemiro who has been replaced in Brazil's national team on a matchday.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    As for injury-hit Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp was delighted with their performance at Anfield against Manchester City last weekend as they drew 1-1 but should have won it after a stunning second half display which blew City away. Mohamed Salah is back and ready to start and Liverpool’s fringe players and youngsters have come up big across Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup action as they already have the League Cup trophy in the bag this season. Klopp would love to win this one against United at Old Trafford but it won’t be his last trip there as Liverpool boss as these two square off in Manchester in April in the Premier League.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    Erik ten Hag guided his side to both domestic cup finals last season, although they were beaten by Manchester City in the FA Cup showpiece.

    The FA Cup is United's only remaining chance of winning any silverware this season.

    They go into the game sixth in the Premier League as they aim to make a late push for a Champions League spot.

    Speaking to reporters, the German manager said, "Of course, it’s the (experienced) dressing room but it is also the structure we set out on the pitch. It has developed a lot during the season. You can see we don’t change the way we play and so the boys know what they have to do.

    "If they don’t play they at least train in the same way so that when they step out onto the pitch they know exactly what to do. It is not always something different. The players have changed but we haven’t. We play the way we want to play. That helps a lot. We did it from the first day of the season and it has made a lot of difference."

    He added, "We have found a really good way to play with this group of players - and it was obviously the right thing for the whole squad. Not just the first 11. That’s why we have been pretty stable."

    Asked if he trusts his players to save the season for him, Ten Hag said: "I think we have to save the season."

    He added: "We know we have to catch up in the Premier League but now we have an opportunity to win silverware.

    United will go into the quarter-final on the back of a morale-boosting 2-0 Premier League win over Everton, but it was a game that did little to ease concerns over Casemiro's form.

    The Brazilian had more touches than any other player on the pitch but 17 of his 70 passes failed to find their target. Of United's outfield players, only Scott McTominay had a worse completion rate (73 percent) than Casemiro (76 percent).

    The worrying thing is that such carelessness in possession came as a little surprise to United fans, who have grown increasingly frustrated with the £70m ($90m) signing from Real Madrid.

    It's not even that he looks nothing like the combative colossus that collected five Champions League winners' medals in nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu. He's even just a shadow of the player that had such an instantaneous and transformative effect on Erik ten Hag's team after his arrival from Madrid in the summer of 2022.

    "The only opportunity is the FA Cup, so we are only three wins away but big games and we have to play our best.

    "Sunday is a test for us, but we like the test, we like the challenges and we can be, to a certain range, relaxed because we believe in ourselves. But on Sunday we have to prove [that]."

    Klopp has only once taken Liverpool to a Wembley semi-final but is the favourite to win this afternoon.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    That game will be followed by a clash with Manchester United at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina on August 3.

    “We are proud to announce our highly anticipated return to the USA, providing a great environment for the squad to prepare for the season ahead,” said Ben Latty, the club’s commercial director.

    The big injury news around United is that Mason Mount is back in training after several months out with a calf injury. That will give Erik ten Hag an extra option in midfield, while Maguire, Wan-Bissaka and Hojlund could all feature in this game. United are still missing Martinez and Shaw badly on the left-side of their defense but Lindelof has slotted in well at left back.

    Kelleher, Quansah and Bradley have been excellent stepping in for the injured Alisson, Konate and Alexander-Arnold in recent weeks but Konate could return this weekend. Klopp has Salah back which is a massive boost due to his incredible quality in attack and both Nunez and Diaz have been electric in attack as they’ve tried to fill Salah’s void. Getting the midfield trio right has to be the aim for Klopp as Endo, Mac Allister and Szoboszlai were excellent against Manchester City and that trio should start at United as Liverpool rotate their stretched squad to its limit.

    “We eagerly await the opportunity to bring the club closer to the fans and look forward to playing in these iconic venues.”

    A pre-sale code will be available for LFC Official Members, season ticket holders, official LFC supporters clubs, hospitality members and international academies. This can be used to purchase tickets from 2pm GMT/9am EST/6am PST on Monday February 26.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    “Pre-season tours always present exceptional opportunities for our supporters, the team and our official partners to engage in memorable experiences within a key focus market for the club.

    “We know millions of super-passionate American fans love this club and what we stand for, a fact underlined when our televised game with Arsenal in December became the most-watched Premier League game in US history.

    “The USA is an important market for the club and our partners; with 67 official supporters clubs, international academies across 12 states, and the USA being the number one international market for our merchandising business.

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  • Today: Man Utd vs Liverpool live watch 7 April 2024

    Today, Manchester United will face to Liverpool in FA Cup Quarter Finals 2024 at 11:00AM ET Time. The final spot in the FA Cup semi-finals will be decided when Liverpool travel to Manchester United today. The pick of this weekend's FA Cup quarterfinal ties see Man United host Liverpool in a tasty-looking showdown between these ancient foes.


    Liverpool remain on track for an unprecedented quadruple, after easing past Sparta Prague 6-1 in the Europa League on Thursday.

    Old Trafford will be bouncing for a north-west derby that could keep Jurgen Klopp on course for a potential quadruple, if the Merseyside giants prevail.

    Erik ten Hag’s United have embraced their counter-attacking instincts in recent games and they’ve dragged themselves into the Champions League qualification picture in the Premier League. They won 2-0 against Everton last time out as Alejandro Garnacho was superb on the break and the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are getting back to their best too. Defensively Andre Onana has stood tall in recent weeks and United will need that to be the case if they’re going to get past surging Liverpool and reach the FA Cup semifinals at Wembley.

    Man United remain in indifferent form, but come into this game off the back of a solid 2-0 win over struggling Everton, and could be boosted by the return of young Danish striker Rasmus Højlund, who is back in full training after missing the last three games through injury.

    With the German embarking on his farewell tour - which takes him back to Manchester for the final time next month - United would like nothing more than to ruin their rivals’ bid to end his era in perfect fashion.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Liverpool have had a major injury crisis in the last couple of months with several star players sidelined with injuries. Despite all the setbacks, the club managed to remain unbeaten in their last nine games across all competitions. They have already clinched the Carabao Cup title and are in contention to win the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Europa League.

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp against Manchester United in August 2022

    Manchester United are all set to host their bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford in the quarter-final of the FA Cup 2023-24 mega clash on Sunday, March 17. Indian fans can enjoy the live streaming of the biggest English football derby both on TV and online.

    Casemiro scored an 89' minute winner against Nottingham Forrest to boost United into the last eight while Liverpool recorded an easy 3-0 win against Southampton at Anfield to enter the quarter-final round.

    Manchester United, 12-time FA Cup winners boosts impressive record against eight-time winners Liverpool with ten wins in 14 encounters but Jurgen Klopp's men enter this fixture as favourites having won all of their last six FA Cup quarter-final fixtures.

    Rasmus Hojlund, Premier League Player of the Month winner for February, is set to return from his muscular injury, in a big boost for the Red Devils. But Erik Ten Hag's side faces a fresh injury blow in the form of Casemiro who has been replaced in Brazil's national team on a matchday.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    As for injury-hit Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp was delighted with their performance at Anfield against Manchester City last weekend as they drew 1-1 but should have won it after a stunning second half display which blew City away. Mohamed Salah is back and ready to start and Liverpool’s fringe players and youngsters have come up big across Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup action as they already have the League Cup trophy in the bag this season. Klopp would love to win this one against United at Old Trafford but it won’t be his last trip there as Liverpool boss as these two square off in Manchester in April in the Premier League.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    Erik ten Hag guided his side to both domestic cup finals last season, although they were beaten by Manchester City in the FA Cup showpiece.

    The FA Cup is United's only remaining chance of winning any silverware this season.

    They go into the game sixth in the Premier League as they aim to make a late push for a Champions League spot.

    Speaking to reporters, the German manager said, "Of course, it’s the (experienced) dressing room but it is also the structure we set out on the pitch. It has developed a lot during the season. You can see we don’t change the way we play and so the boys know what they have to do.

    "If they don’t play they at least train in the same way so that when they step out onto the pitch they know exactly what to do. It is not always something different. The players have changed but we haven’t. We play the way we want to play. That helps a lot. We did it from the first day of the season and it has made a lot of difference."

    He added, "We have found a really good way to play with this group of players - and it was obviously the right thing for the whole squad. Not just the first 11. That’s why we have been pretty stable."

    Asked if he trusts his players to save the season for him, Ten Hag said: "I think we have to save the season."

    He added: "We know we have to catch up in the Premier League but now we have an opportunity to win silverware.

    United will go into the quarter-final on the back of a morale-boosting 2-0 Premier League win over Everton, but it was a game that did little to ease concerns over Casemiro's form.

    The Brazilian had more touches than any other player on the pitch but 17 of his 70 passes failed to find their target. Of United's outfield players, only Scott McTominay had a worse completion rate (73 percent) than Casemiro (76 percent).

    The worrying thing is that such carelessness in possession came as a little surprise to United fans, who have grown increasingly frustrated with the £70m ($90m) signing from Real Madrid.

    It's not even that he looks nothing like the combative colossus that collected five Champions League winners' medals in nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu. He's even just a shadow of the player that had such an instantaneous and transformative effect on Erik ten Hag's team after his arrival from Madrid in the summer of 2022.

    "The only opportunity is the FA Cup, so we are only three wins away but big games and we have to play our best.

    "Sunday is a test for us, but we like the test, we like the challenges and we can be, to a certain range, relaxed because we believe in ourselves. But on Sunday we have to prove [that]."

    Klopp has only once taken Liverpool to a Wembley semi-final but is the favourite to win this afternoon.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    That game will be followed by a clash with Manchester United at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina on August 3.

    “We are proud to announce our highly anticipated return to the USA, providing a great environment for the squad to prepare for the season ahead,” said Ben Latty, the club’s commercial director.

    The big injury news around United is that Mason Mount is back in training after several months out with a calf injury. That will give Erik ten Hag an extra option in midfield, while Maguire, Wan-Bissaka and Hojlund could all feature in this game. United are still missing Martinez and Shaw badly on the left-side of their defense but Lindelof has slotted in well at left back.

    Kelleher, Quansah and Bradley have been excellent stepping in for the injured Alisson, Konate and Alexander-Arnold in recent weeks but Konate could return this weekend. Klopp has Salah back which is a massive boost due to his incredible quality in attack and both Nunez and Diaz have been electric in attack as they’ve tried to fill Salah’s void. Getting the midfield trio right has to be the aim for Klopp as Endo, Mac Allister and Szoboszlai were excellent against Manchester City and that trio should start at United as Liverpool rotate their stretched squad to its limit.

    “We eagerly await the opportunity to bring the club closer to the fans and look forward to playing in these iconic venues.”

    A pre-sale code will be available for LFC Official Members, season ticket holders, official LFC supporters clubs, hospitality members and international academies. This can be used to purchase tickets from 2pm GMT/9am EST/6am PST on Monday February 26.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    “Pre-season tours always present exceptional opportunities for our supporters, the team and our official partners to engage in memorable experiences within a key focus market for the club.

    “We know millions of super-passionate American fans love this club and what we stand for, a fact underlined when our televised game with Arsenal in December became the most-watched Premier League game in US history.

    “The USA is an important market for the club and our partners; with 67 official supporters clubs, international academies across 12 states, and the USA being the number one international market for our merchandising business.
  • ++>[Here's Way to Watch] Liverpool vs Manchester United Live streams 2024

     
    Today, Manchester United will face to Liverpool in FA Cup Quarter Finals 2024 at 11:00AM ET Time. The final spot in the FA Cup semi-finals will be decided when Liverpool travel to Manchester United today. The pick of this weekend's FA Cup quarterfinal ties see Man United host Liverpool in a tasty-looking showdown between these ancient foes.

    GO LIVE==>>>> CLICK HERE TO STREAMING

    STREAMING==>>>> CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE


    Liverpool remain on track for an unprecedented quadruple, after easing past Sparta Prague 6-1 in the Europa League on Thursday.

    Old Trafford will be bouncing for a north-west derby that could keep Jurgen Klopp on course for a potential quadruple, if the Merseyside giants prevail.

    Erik ten Hag’s United have embraced their counter-attacking instincts in recent games and they’ve dragged themselves into the Champions League qualification picture in the Premier League. They won 2-0 against Everton last time out as Alejandro Garnacho was superb on the break and the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are getting back to their best too. Defensively Andre Onana has stood tall in recent weeks and United will need that to be the case if they’re going to get past surging Liverpool and reach the FA Cup semifinals at Wembley.

    Man United remain in indifferent form, but come into this game off the back of a solid 2-0 win over struggling Everton, and could be boosted by the return of young Danish striker Rasmus Højlund, who is back in full training after missing the last three games through injury.

    With the German embarking on his farewell tour - which takes him back to Manchester for the final time next month - United would like nothing more than to ruin their rivals’ bid to end his era in perfect fashion.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Liverpool have had a major injury crisis in the last couple of months with several star players sidelined with injuries. Despite all the setbacks, the club managed to remain unbeaten in their last nine games across all competitions. They have already clinched the Carabao Cup title and are in contention to win the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Europa League.

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp against Manchester United in August 2022

    Manchester United are all set to host their bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford in the quarter-final of the FA Cup 2023-24 mega clash on Sunday, March 17. Indian fans can enjoy the live streaming of the biggest English football derby both on TV and online.

    Casemiro scored an 89' minute winner against Nottingham Forrest to boost United into the last eight while Liverpool recorded an easy 3-0 win against Southampton at Anfield to enter the quarter-final round.

    Manchester United, 12-time FA Cup winners boosts impressive record against eight-time winners Liverpool with ten wins in 14 encounters but Jurgen Klopp's men enter this fixture as favourites having won all of their last six FA Cup quarter-final fixtures.

    Rasmus Hojlund, Premier League Player of the Month winner for February, is set to return from his muscular injury, in a big boost for the Red Devils. But Erik Ten Hag's side faces a fresh injury blow in the form of Casemiro who has been replaced in Brazil's national team on a matchday.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    As for injury-hit Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp was delighted with their performance at Anfield against Manchester City last weekend as they drew 1-1 but should have won it after a stunning second half display which blew City away. Mohamed Salah is back and ready to start and Liverpool’s fringe players and youngsters have come up big across Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup action as they already have the League Cup trophy in the bag this season. Klopp would love to win this one against United at Old Trafford but it won’t be his last trip there as Liverpool boss as these two square off in Manchester in April in the Premier League.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    Erik ten Hag guided his side to both domestic cup finals last season, although they were beaten by Manchester City in the FA Cup showpiece.

    The FA Cup is United's only remaining chance of winning any silverware this season.

    They go into the game sixth in the Premier League as they aim to make a late push for a Champions League spot.

    Speaking to reporters, the German manager said, "Of course, it’s the (experienced) dressing room but it is also the structure we set out on the pitch. It has developed a lot during the season. You can see we don’t change the way we play and so the boys know what they have to do.

    "If they don’t play they at least train in the same way so that when they step out onto the pitch they know exactly what to do. It is not always something different. The players have changed but we haven’t. We play the way we want to play. That helps a lot. We did it from the first day of the season and it has made a lot of difference."

    He added, "We have found a really good way to play with this group of players - and it was obviously the right thing for the whole squad. Not just the first 11. That’s why we have been pretty stable."

    Asked if he trusts his players to save the season for him, Ten Hag said: "I think we have to save the season."

    He added: "We know we have to catch up in the Premier League but now we have an opportunity to win silverware.

    United will go into the quarter-final on the back of a morale-boosting 2-0 Premier League win over Everton, but it was a game that did little to ease concerns over Casemiro's form.

    The Brazilian had more touches than any other player on the pitch but 17 of his 70 passes failed to find their target. Of United's outfield players, only Scott McTominay had a worse completion rate (73 percent) than Casemiro (76 percent).

    The worrying thing is that such carelessness in possession came as a little surprise to United fans, who have grown increasingly frustrated with the £70m ($90m) signing from Real Madrid.

    It's not even that he looks nothing like the combative colossus that collected five Champions League winners' medals in nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu. He's even just a shadow of the player that had such an instantaneous and transformative effect on Erik ten Hag's team after his arrival from Madrid in the summer of 2022.

    "The only opportunity is the FA Cup, so we are only three wins away but big games and we have to play our best.

    "Sunday is a test for us, but we like the test, we like the challenges and we can be, to a certain range, relaxed because we believe in ourselves. But on Sunday we have to prove [that]."

    Klopp has only once taken Liverpool to a Wembley semi-final but is the favourite to win this afternoon.

    Jurgen Klopp could not get his head around Endo Wataru's performance in the Carabao Cup final. Something just did not add up. The numbers made no sense. Despite Endo taking a heavy knock to his left ankle that resulted in him leaving Wembley on crutches, no Liverpool player won more tackles, duels or possession in the 1-0 win over Chelsea.

    Endo was simply relentless. He never stopped running until the final whistle blew. Even then, he was still standing, while Moises Caicedo sat down, disconsolate, consigned to watching Klopp & Co celebrate a remarkable win with an injury-ravaged squad.

    That game will be followed by a clash with Manchester United at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina on August 3.

    “We are proud to announce our highly anticipated return to the USA, providing a great environment for the squad to prepare for the season ahead,” said Ben Latty, the club’s commercial director.

    The big injury news around United is that Mason Mount is back in training after several months out with a calf injury. That will give Erik ten Hag an extra option in midfield, while Maguire, Wan-Bissaka and Hojlund could all feature in this game. United are still missing Martinez and Shaw badly on the left-side of their defense but Lindelof has slotted in well at left back.

    Kelleher, Quansah and Bradley have been excellent stepping in for the injured Alisson, Konate and Alexander-Arnold in recent weeks but Konate could return this weekend. Klopp has Salah back which is a massive boost due to his incredible quality in attack and both Nunez and Diaz have been electric in attack as they’ve tried to fill Salah’s void. Getting the midfield trio right has to be the aim for Klopp as Endo, Mac Allister and Szoboszlai were excellent against Manchester City and that trio should start at United as Liverpool rotate their stretched squad to its limit.

    “We eagerly await the opportunity to bring the club closer to the fans and look forward to playing in these iconic venues.”

    A pre-sale code will be available for LFC Official Members, season ticket holders, official LFC supporters clubs, hospitality members and international academies. This can be used to purchase tickets from 2pm GMT/9am EST/6am PST on Monday February 26.

    Klopp had claimed that Liverpool had been lucky to miss out on signing the Ecuadorian during the summer - and Wembley proved him right. Endo had outbattled and outclassed a player £100 million ($128m) more expensive than the Japanese - and nine years younger.

    “Pre-season tours always present exceptional opportunities for our supporters, the team and our official partners to engage in memorable experiences within a key focus market for the club.

    “We know millions of super-passionate American fans love this club and what we stand for, a fact underlined when our televised game with Arsenal in December became the most-watched Premier League game in US history.

    “The USA is an important market for the club and our partners; with 67 official supporters clubs, international academies across 12 states, and the USA being the number one international market for our merchandising business.

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  • +**PPV Boxing TV* `"Richardson Hitchins vs Gustavo Lemos" LIVE Coverage on DAZN

     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

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    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

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  • +**PPV Boxing TV* `"Richardson Hitchins vs Gustavo Lemos" LIVE Coverage on DAZN

     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

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    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

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  • +**PPV Boxing TV* `"Richardson Hitchins vs Gustavo Lemos" LIVE Coverage on DAZN

     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

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    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

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  • +**PPV Boxing TV* `"Richardson Hitchins vs Gustavo Lemos" LIVE Coverage on DAZN

     
     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

    🔴𝐆𝐨 𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐞📺CLICK HERE TO WATCH

    🔴𝐆𝐨 𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐞📺CLICK HERE TO WATCH


     


    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

    watch hereee....freee. online streme.... no money need.... you can watch award show sports from anywhere freeeeeee
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  • +**PPV Boxing TV* `"Richardson Hitchins vs Gustavo Lemos" LIVE Coverage on DAZN

     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

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    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

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  • (LIVESTREAMS)Diego Pacheco vs Shawn McCalman Live Free on TV 06 April 2024

     
     
    Here's +!LIVESTREAMs* [WATCH!_LIVE^]!!Hitchins vs Lemos: Live streaming results, round by round, how to watch, start time, running order...Richardson Hitchins faces Gustavo Lemos in a DAZN main event tonight, with the show going live from Las Vegas at 8 pm ET.Hitchins vs Lemos is an IBF eliminator at 140 lbs. On the undercard, Diego Pacheco returns against Shawn McCalman, Skye Nicolson faces Sarah Mahfoud for a vacant featherweight title, and we’ll see Galal Yafai and Marc Castro both in action.
     

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    RICHARDSON HITCHINS is yet to put a foot wrong during his relatively serene ascent towards the upper reaches of the super-lightweight division.

    And there are not many expecting that to change on Saturday (April 6) when he headlines a Matchroom USA bill in Las Vegas for the first time, with this clash against the little-known but seemingly dangerous Argentinean Gustavo Daniel Lemos set for the Fountainebleau.

    At 26 years old, Hitchins is now 17-0, and, aside from a knockdown at the hands of Tre’Sean Wiggins five years back, has emerged as the sort of fighter who can box his way out of most situations. He has just seven stoppages among those wins, which says much about his style in a division stacked with big punchers.

    Lemos appears to be one of them and he arrives at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas on a 10-fight knockout streak which dates back to 2019. All of them came in his native Argentina and mostly against opposition outside of Hitchins’ class, although he did drop and stop Lee Selby at lightweight in March 2022.

    He has had only one fight since then, a first-round knockout of Javier Jose Clavero in December meaning he has boxed for less than three minutes in the past 24 months. In the same time frame, Hitchins – number nine ranked contender at 140lbs – has been involved in 34 rounds of action.

    As well as that momentum, the New Yorker is also improving with every fight and has shown against Jose Zepeda and John Bauza in his last two outings that he is well equipped to nullify his opponent regardless of their power. He is seen as one of the leading lights in Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom USA stable and this should be an opportunity to further showcase what he is all about. This one looks like a Hitchins UD waiting to happen.

    Beforehand, undefeated super-middleweights Diego Pacheco and Shawn McCalman will clash in a scheduled 12-rounder but it is unlikely to go the distance. McCalman is 15-0 (7) but has never boxed anything above an eight-rounder so this is a noticeable step up against dangerous 23-year-old puncher Pacheco.

    The California-born youngster has been tipped as the future of the division following his surge through the early stages of his career. He has not gone the distance for three years and should wrap this one up in the second half of the fight too.

    Elsewhere on the card, Birmingham’s Olympic gold medalist Galal Yafai makes his Las Vegas debut in an intriguing 10-round clash with Agustin Mauro Gauto at flyweight. Yafai is 6-0 and is coming off the back of a mature 10-round victory over 22-2 Rocco Santomauro in December.

    Argentina’s once-beaten Gauto is another step up for Yafai, who will have to stay switched on early against the 26-year-old puncher. He has the nous to do so and win this one comfortably on the cards.

    It is also a huge night for London-based Australian Skye Nicolson, who faces the 14-1 Sarah Mahfoud for the vacant WBC featherweight title. It was a belt which was held by Amanda Serrano until she decided to relinquish it when the WBC refused to sanction 12 three-minute round contests for women. Serrano, a big advocate of that format, has since taken part in an historic 12-threes contest against Danila Ramos in Orlando – without the WBC title on the line.

    Meanwhile, Nicolson has been stealthily climbing the WBC rankings and had made no secret of her desire to face featherweight icon Serrano eventually. She won the interim title by beating Sabrina Perez in September last year and will now get the chance to claim the full belt without even having to fight Serrano.

    Mahfoud, however, is a former belt-holder at the weight and her only defeat came against Serrano back in 2022. The Faroe Islands-born Dane represents a clear step up for Nicolson but this is a winnable fight for Nicolson, who should use her slick, hands-down style to secure a close points decision and her first world title.

    There is also a first fight of the year for rising super-featherweight talent Marc Castro. The 24-year-old managed only two fights in 2022, which moved him to 11-0 with eight quick. Now the man from Fresno will take part in the second 10-rounder of his career when he faces tough Mexican Abraham Montoya.

    The 29-year-old from Baja had a miserable run of three straight defeats but rebuilt with back-to-back wins last year in July and then October. His reward for those wins was this crack at Castro and Montoya knows a victory here would provide his decade-long career with a significant shot in the arm.

    There are also a couple of six rounders early on in the card, with two youngsters given the opportunity on this latest Matchroom USA card. Notably, the exciting New York puncher Harley Mederos will draw a line under 14 months of inactivity when he takes on Pedro Scharbaai at lightweight. Mederos won 17 national titles and a youth world bronze as an amateur and is currently 5-0 (4) as a professional. There were high hopes for him in the paid ranks and he will bid to get things going again on Saturday night.

    Finally, Los Angeles super-flyweight Steven Navarro will kick off his professional career with a six-threes bout against 4-3-2 Mexico-born New Yorker Jose Lopez.

    The Verdict – Stacked show, albeit one with some big favourites in  the ‘home’ corner.

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    The opening game of the Final Four in Glendale, Arizona on Saturday features No. 1 seed Purdue looking for its first trip to the national title game since 1969 when they face No. 11 seed NC State. The winner of this game will have a date with the winner of No. 1 UConn-No. 4 Alabama on Monday.
     

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    Purdue's road to the Final Four started with a win over No. 16 seed Grambling State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Boilermakers followed up that performance with a statement win over No. 8 Utah State in the second round before knocking off No. 5 seed Gonzaga and No. 2 seed Tennessee in the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight, respectively. Purdue is making its first Final Four appearance since 1980 and third all-time.

    NC State's road to the final weekend of the college basketball season has been quite different. The Wolfpack have won nine consecutive elimination games dating back to last month's ACC Tournament to advance. NC State fired off wins over No. 6 Texas Tech, No. 14 Oakland, No. 2 Marquette, and No. 2 Duke to advance out of the South Region.

    Wolfpack star big man DJ Burns Jr. has become a March Madness icon. Burns is coming off his best performance of the season with 29 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two blocks in the win over the Blue Devils. The Wolfpack last reached the Final Four in 1983 -- the same year as their last national championship. 

    Purdue seeks redemption: Last spring, Purdue was on the wrong side of one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tournament history. The Boilermakers lost to No. 16 seed Fairleigh Dickinson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed and are two games away from writing a similar redemption script as Virginia -- the only other team to lose to a No. 16 seed in NCAA Tournament history. The year after Virginia lost to No. 16 seed UMBC, they captured the national title. Purdue star big man Zach Edey elected to return to school for another season, and he is on the verge of capturing his second consecutive National Player of the Year award. Edey is the key to a Purdue victory.

    NC State's improbable run: NC State's run to the Final Four started with a win over Louisville in the opening round of the ACC Tournament. The Wolfpack went on to win five games in five days to capture the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament from the ACC. In the ACC semifinals against Virginia, NC State guard Michael O'Connell hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime to keep his team's season alive. If it wasn't for that win, NC State likely get sent to the NIT, and coach Kevin Keatts goes into the offseason on the hot seat. Now, they're two games away from completing the most improbable run in the history of this tournament.
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