The Third Saturday in October rivalry series continues in primetime as No. 1 Alabama (6-0, 3-0 SEC) hosts Tennessee (2-4, 1-2 SEC) under the brand-new LED lights inside Bryant-Denny Stadium.To get more news about lives score, you can visit lives-score.com official website.
The Crimson Tide have won the last 12 games in the series — every game since Nick Saban took over as its head coach in 2007 — and will look to notch lucky No. 13 tonight during the 8 p.m. kickoff on ESPN.
The Crimson Tide will be without the services of leading receiver DeVonta Smith for the first half Saturday while the junior serves a one-half suspension for his ejection late in Texas A&M game last weekend after he was caught throwing a punch at Aggies safety Leon O'Neal Jr. following an on-field scuffle between the two.
A sports video content service called Watch has been added to the LiveScore app that promises to distribute more than 500 pieces of content each month.
Through the app, the on-demand videos will be available in 200+ global territories, and will include interviews, previews and analysis shows. The specific content available will vary across specific territories, subject to rights restrictions.
The videos supplement the live-streaming football and real-time sports updates services provided by the LiveScore app. By the end of the current season, LiveScore will have broadcast 1,250 matches in the UK and Ireland, across 15 different leagues and competitions, including matches from Italy’s Serie A alone.
“Complementing our existing match coverage of more than 1,250 live-streamed fixtures this season, the new Watch feature within the app will provide rich on-demand content and keep our global audience closer to the action than ever before.”