But after hosting Crystal Palace, Jurgen Klopp’s side face two tough tests when they welcome Arsenal before travelling to Manchester City.
The first Merseyside derby is at home against Everton in December, with the return fixture at Goodison Park on April 7.
The Reds end the campaign at home against Brighton having faced Chelsea in their penultimate fixture.
When’s their trickiest run?
They face four of their top-six rivals before October is out – Arsenal (H), City (A), United (H) and Spurs (A) – and sandwiched between that lot are trips to Leicester and Newcastle.
When can they pick up the most points?
Between Boxing Day and New Year’s Day they face Swansea and Leicester at home before a trip to Burnley.
What’s their run-in like?
With trips to city rivals Everton and champions Chelsea, it’s not easy. They do, however, sign off with a home match against Brighton.
Who have they got after European weeks?
They are away to Spurs and at home to Chelsea and Everton following three of the Champions League group rounds, so it could be case of shuffling their squad fairly early in the campaign.
What one fixture will the fans be looking forward to the most?
They return from the second international break to entertain Manchester United on October 14.
December 2 – Brighton (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 9 – Everton (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 13 – West Brom (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 16 – Bournemouth (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 23 – Arsenal (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 26 – Swansea City (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
December 30 – Leicester City (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
January 1 – Burnley (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
January 13 – Manchester City (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
January 20 – Swansea (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
January 30- Huddersfield (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
March 3 – Newcastle (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
March 10 – Manchester United (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
March 17 – Watford (H) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
March 31 – Crystal Palace (A) – Buy Liverpool Tickets
Getting To Anfield
Anfield is located about 2 miles north of Liverpool city centre in the middle of the Anfield area. Just half a mile away, separated by Stanley Park, lies Goodison Park, the home of Liverpool rivals Everton.
If coming from the M57 north, exit at junction 4 toward Liverpool/A580. Follow the A580 toward the city for almost 4 miles, and, after having passed Walton Hall Park on your right, turn left onto Queens Drive (A5058). After half a mile turn right at the traffic lights onto Utting Avenue. Continue until you see the ground on your right.
Coming from the south or east, approach the city on the M62 and follow for A5058 Queens Drive. Stay on the A5058 for about 3 miles, and turn left at the traffic lights at Utting Avenue. Continue until you see the stadium on your right.
If using public transport, take bus 17 from Queens Square bus station, which lies almost opposite Liverpool Lime Street train station in Liverpool’s centre. Alternatively, one can take bus 26 or 27 from Paradise street, also in the centre, or bus 917 from St John’s Lane. All buses leave you directly at the ground.
Address: Anfield Road, Liverpool, L4 0TH