Liverpool's FA Cup replay will not shown anywhere in the world on television because the Football Association is under no obligation to make it available for overseas broadcasters.

The original fourth round tie was shown live in the UK on BBC1 and also beamed across the planet but to the surprise of many, particularly given the League One side's fightback from two goals down to force a replay and Liverpool's decision not to field any senior players in the second game, the replay was not picked for TV coverage.

BBC1 are showing the replay between Rochdale and Newcastle on Tuesday, while BT Sport are screeing Tottenham against Southampton on Wednesday.

Some overseas fans may well have still been expecting the Liverpool-Shrewsbury replay to be shown abroad but the ECHO understands that will not be the case as FA Cup replays are not included in the FA's overseas broadcasting contract which means there aren’t any obligations for live ‘broadcastable’ feeds.

There will of course still be a certain number of cameras at Anfield, as is required in grounds that use VAR, so broadcasters will be able to use footage to edit into shows after the match but it will not be available as a live feed, which is believed to be fairly standard for FA Cup replays.

Jurgen Klopp is set to watch the match from his laptop. According to the Guardian, arrangements have been made for the boss to tune in on a laptop connected to LFC TV's live feed of the game.

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