Live football on TV today: Stream and channel info as Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham feature

Sunday is bringing is more exciting football action that you can watch live on TV.

Liverpool are back down in London this weekend as they travel to Selhurst Park following their Carabao Cup semi-final victory over Arsenal.

Elsewhere, PSV Eindhoven will host Ajax in an Eredivisie table that will see either side take top spot.

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Africa Cup of Nations also returns to action with the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Alex Iwobi featuring.

Here are the matches on TV today...

Sunday 23rd January

A-League Men/Women

05:05 Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne City (BT Sport ESPN)

05:05 Brisbane Roar Women v Newcastle Jets Women (BT Sport 3)

07:45 Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United (BT Sport 1)

Serie A

11:30 Cagliari v Fiorentina (BT Sport 1)

14:00 Napoli v Salernitana (BT Sport 1)

14:00 Spezia v Sampdoria (BT Sport 1 Extra)

14:00 Torino v Sassuolo (BT Sport Extra 3)

17:00 Empoli v Roma (BT Sport 1)

19:45 AC Milan v Juventus (BT Sport 3)

Ligue 1

12:00 FC Metz v Nice (BT Sport ESPN)

14:00 Clermont v Rennes (BT Sport ESPN)

16:05 Montpellier v Monaco (BT Sport ESPN)

19:45 PSG v Reims (BT Sport ESPN)

FA Women’s Super League

12:00 Man Utd Women v Tottenham Hotspur Women (The FA Player)

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12:30 Brighton & Hove Albion Women v Chelsea Women (BBC Two/BBC iPlayer)

14:00 Leicester City Women v Aston Villa (The FA Player)

14:00 Reading Women v Birmingham City Women (The FA Player)

15:00 West Ham United Women v Everton Women (The FA Player)

18:45 Man City Women v Arsenal Women (Sky Sports Football/Sky Sports Ultra HD/Sky Showcase)

14:00 Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League/Sky Sports Ultra HD)

16:30 Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League/Sky Sports Ultra HD)

14:30 RB Leipzig v Wolfsburg (Sky Sports Football)

16:30 Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich (Sky Sports App)

16:00 Burkina Faso v Gabon (Sky Sports Mix)

19:00 Nigeria v Tunisia (Sky Sports Mix)

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