Liverpool begin next season’s Premier League campaign with a trip to newly-promoted Norwich City. Let’s take a look at the fixture schedule.
The first game at Anfield in the 2021/22 season will be a clash with Sean Dyche’s Burnley. This is followed by a home fixture against Chelsea to see out the end of August.
Liverpool host title holders Manchester City in early October and travel to play the return fixture against the champions in April. That could be a massive fixture if the sides are in any kind of title race by that stage.
We play Manchester United at Old Trafford in October and at Anfield in March.
Our visit to Stamford Bridge is scheduled for New Year’s Day, meaning we will have both our league games against The Blues done and dusted at the halfway point of the season.
The first Merseyside derby of the campaign is at Goodison Park in late November. Everton then come to Anfield in April.
Liverpool’s last three games of the league season are against Spurs (H), Southampton (A), and Wolves (H).
Liverpool also started against Norwich in 2019/20 when Jürgen Klopp’s Mighty Redmen went on to win the title. However, the last time we finished against Wolves was when City pipped us in the 2018/19 campaign.
With players like Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Joël Matip, and Jordan Henderson back fit and firing, we’ve got a hugely exciting season ahead of us.
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