Liverpool will set out on their Premier League title protection with a game at home against recently advanced Leeds United as the 2020-21 season gets going on September 12.

The Reds were runaway bosses last season and they will be the group to beat in 2020-21

That implies Jurgen Klopp and Co. will be the inviting board for Marcelo Bielsa – a mentor whose strategies will be tried in England’s top division just because.

The Reds will at that point make an excursion to Stamford Bridge so as to play Chelsea in their second round of the period on September 19 and things don’t get any simpler from that point forward, with a game at home to Arsenal on September 26.

Aston Villa follow not long after that on matchday four, with that game set to be played on October 3.

Fans won’t have long to hang tight for the first Merseyside derby of the period against either, which follows on October 17. That game is booked to be played at Goodison Park, with the comparing derby at Anfield on February 20.

Liverpool’s first alliance meeting with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City – their closest adversaries last term – will come at the Etihad Stadium on November 7, with the home match set for February 6.

Curiously, they won’t lock horns with interminable opponents Manchester United until January 16 one year from now and that match will occur at Anfield.

While the Reds’ initial group represents a troublesome way to explore, their Christmas and New Year run-in is fairly all the more sympathetic – on paper, at any rate – with games against Crystal Palace, Newcastle United and Southampton among the planned games, yet there will be a confrontation with Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham on December 16.

In spite of the fact that they will make an excursion to Old Trafford to play Manchester United toward the start of May, Liverpool’s last spat of the period will see them take on Southampton, West Brom and Burnley, before wrapping the season up at home to Crystal Palace.

Look at the full Liverpool installation list for the 2020-21 season beneath.

 

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