The wait to find out who Liverpool will play in next season’s Premier League campaign is over! 

Liverpool will take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the very first game of the season, with Tottenham coming up two weeks later. The most anticipated fixture of the season, against Manchester United, will first take place on October 15th and the first Merseyside derby will be on the 17 of December at Goodison Park.

Something tells me that Jürgen Klopp would prefer to have a tough first game. If Liverpool can take 3 points from North-London then it will bode well for the rest of the season.


Arsenal (A) – 13th

Burnley (H) – 20th

Tottenham Hotspur (A) – 27th


Leicester City (H) – 10th

Chelsea (A) – 17th

Hull City (H)  – 24th


Swansea City (A) – 1st

Manchester United (H) – 15th

West Bromwich Albion (H) – 22nd

Crystal Palace (A) – 29th


Watford (H)- 5th

Southampton (A) – 19th

Sunderland (H) – 26th


Bournemouth (A) – 3rd

West Ham United (H) – 10th

Middlesbrough (A) – 13th

Everton (A) – 17th

Stoke City (H) – 26th

Manchester City (H) – 31st


Sunderland (A) – 2nd

Manchester United (A) – 14th

Swansea City (H) – 21st


Chelsea (H) – 1st

Hull City (A) – 4th

Tottenham Hotspur (H) – 11th

Leicester City (A)


Arsenal (H) – 4th

Burnley (A) – 11th

Manchester City (A) – 18th


Everton (H) – 1st

Bournemouth (H) – 5th

Stoke City (A) – 8th

West Bromwich Albion (A) – 15th

Crystal Palace (H) – 22nd

Watford (A) – 29th


Southampton (H) – 6th

West Ham United (A) – 13th

Middlesbrough (H) – 21st

Liverpool have a relatively easy run-in to the end of the season playing only three out of ten teams from last season’s top 8. While this may not mean that much in such a competitive league it may the difference between a top four finish or even a league title.

Featured Image – The Anfield Wrap

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