Watch Liverpool Vs. AFC Wimbledon Live Online, FA Cup Streaming Video

Nathan Francis - Author

Jan. 4 2015, Updated 7:58 p.m. ET

Football fans can watch the Liverpool vs. AFC Wimbledon match live online and see which team can pull through in the FA Cup.

The teams kick off Monday at 7:55 p.m. local time.

Fans who tune in will see a Liverpool squad with some new faces. Defender Martin Skrtel is back from a suspension, and center-back Dejan Lovren will be in action for the first time since last month after suffering a groin injury.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will also likely rest, and striker Mario Balotelli could miss the action as well after missing Thursday’s match against Leicester.

The match will be the first since Gerrard announced he would be leaving the team. Earlier this week, he released the following statement.

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“I won’t be playing for a competing club and will not therefore be lining up against Liverpool. My decision is completely based on my wish to experience something different in my career and life and I also want to make sure that I have no regrets when my playing career is eventually over. From now until the last kick of the last game of the season, I will be as fully committed to the team as I ever have been and giving everything I have to help Liverpool win games.”

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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said Gerrard understands that he will have to be used judiciously, with still many games ahead for the club.

“I will always pick what I think is the best team for the games,” he said. “Every player is the same, wanting to play every game, but it hasn’t changed. He understands where it’s at and because the number of games we have been playing there might be times he has to come out of the team.”

Though Liverpool comes into the match as a favorite, Wimbledon can’t be overlooked, the SBNation blog Liverpool Offside noted.

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“Wimbledon won’t be pushovers, especially at home, but they’re the type of opposition that Liverpool should be handling. Neal Ardley’s squad is firmly mid-table in League Two on 33 points, five back of a promotion playoff spot. They won four of five in the month of December, however, including the narrow 1-0 win away to Wycombe in the second round of the FA Cup with Sean Rigg scoring the winner that saw them through.”

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Fans who want to watch the Liverpool vs. AFC Wimbledon football match live online can click here for streaming video.


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