Liverpool will open their 2019-20 Premier League title assault on a Friday night at Anfield against Norwich City as Jurgen Klopp’s team look to set the pace at the top of the table.
Klopp’s European champions narrowly missed out on the domestic crown last season and know they can drop few points if they are to oust Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City this time around.
But Klopp will be wary of a difficult run-in that sees the Reds travel to Arsenal and host Chelsea inside their last three games – before a final-day trip to Newcastle.
The traditional big fixtures against Manchester United are on October 19 – at Old Trafford – and January 18 at home.
Everton visit Anfield on December 4 before Klopp’s side go to Goodison Park on March 14.
In 25 of the previous 27 Premier League campaigns, Liverpool would have been crowned champions with their staggering 97 points.
The Champions League winners were pipped to the domestic title last month by just one point by Manchester City on the final day of the season.
At one stage it looked like the title would be heading to Liverpool for the first time in 29 years when they were leading Wolves and City were drawing at Brighton. However, City came through to eventually win 4-1 at the AMEX Stadium.
Klopp’s side can count themselves unlucky to not win the title – especially as they only lost once in the league. However, that 2-1 defeat at City in January proved decisive.
Liverpool Premier League Schedule
21/12 – West Ham United v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
26/12 – Leicester City v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
28/12 – Liverpool v Wolverhampton – Buy Liverpool Tickets
01/01 – Liverpool v Sheffield United – Buy Liverpool Tickets
11/01 – Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
18/01 – Liverpool v Manchester United – Buy Liverpool Tickets
21/01 – Wolverhampton v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
01/02 – Liverpool v Southampton – Buy Liverpool Tickets
08/02 – Norwich City v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
22/02 – Liverpool v West Ham United – Buy Liverpool Tickets
29/02 – Watford v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
04/04 – Manchester City v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
11/04 – Liverpool v Aston Villa – Buy Liverpool Tickets
18/04 – Brighton v Liverpool – Buy Liverpool Tickets
25/04 – Liverpool v Burnley – 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