Liverpool open the 2018/19 Premier League campaign with a clash against West Ham on the weekend of August 11-12.
Jurgen Klopp’s side – fancied by many to mark a push for the title next season – then face Crystal Palace on August 18 before a clash against Brighton at Anfield a week later.
Liverpool’s trip to Tottenham on September 15 will be the first Premier League game at Spurs’ new ground.
The Reds face a mouthwatering clash against Manchester United at Anfield on December 15, before their festive programme begins with games against Wolves (Dec 22), Newcastle at Anfield on Boxing Day, Arsenal at home on December 29 and a trip to Manchester City on New Year’s Day.
The season ends with a trip to Newcastle on May 4 and then Wolves at home on May 12.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 14, 2018