By Russell Edge

17th May, 2017 | 6:35pm

Reliable journalist: Liverpool set to break Premier League record on Sunday

By Russell Edge

Liverpool are set to break the record for the most matches from one team televised on British television in a single Premier League season, according to a reliable journalist.

The Reds’ clash with an already relegated Boro will be their 29th televised fixture during the 2016/17 campaign, meaning only nine of their 38 matches have not been aired the entire season.

Nick Harris, of sports statistics website Sporting Intel, revealed the fact on Twitter after it was announced the Reds would be on television again on the final weekend of Premier league action.

The Reds are one of only three clubs who have been televised over 400 times during the 25 years of the Premier League.

However, their 425 appearances on the box pales in comparison to rivals Manchester United, who are just three showings away from hitting 500 live televised matches.

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North London side Arsenal round off the top three televised clubs, sitting just three appearances behind Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Liverpool’s nine non-televised fixtures include the both the home and away matches with basement club Sunderland, the 2-0 defeats to both Burnley and Hull, and the 5-1 mauling of the Tigers back in September.

The Reds have had all their games since the beginning of April televised, as the fight for a top-four spot, and Champions League football, reaches its peak.

In other Liverpool news, the club are said to have written up a five man shortlist with a £15m sensation at the top.

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