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Liverpool’s 2019-20 Premier League fixtures in full

Alberto Moreno

Liverpool will kick off their 2019-20 Premier League season with a home game at Anfield against Norwich City on Friday 9th August, a game which will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Following that game against The Canaries, Liverpool will then travel to Southampton and return to Anfield to host Arsenal.

The Merseyside derbies are due to take place on Wednesday 4th December (home) and Saturday 14th March (away).

Liverpool’s last 3 games of the campaign are Arsenal (a), Chelsea (h) and Newcastle United (a).

The opening weekend in the Premier League looks as follows:

09/08/2019 2000 Liverpool v Norwich City
10/08/2019 1500 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Sheffield United
10/08/2019 1500 Burnley v Southampton
10/08/2019 1500 Crystal Palace v Everton
10/08/2019 1500 Leicester City v Wolverhampton
10/08/2019 1730 Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa
10/08/2019 1500 Watford v Brighton
10/08/2019 1230 West Ham United v Manchester City
11/08/2019 1630 Manchester United v Chelsea

Below are Liverpool’s fixtures in full:

Please bear in mind that 29 of Liverpool’s 38 Premier League games last season were moved for television coverage. Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime will be providing coverage in the UK this season.

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AUGUST

Friday 9 – Norwich City (h)
Saturday 17 – Southampton (a)
Saturday 24 – Arsenal (h)
Saturday 31 – Burnley (a)

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 14 – Newcastle United (h)
Saturday 21 – Chelsea (a)
Saturday 28 – Sheffield United (a)

OCTOBER

Saturday 5 – Leicester City (h)
Saturday 19 – Manchester United (a)
Saturday 26 –Tottenham Hotspur (h)

NOVEMBER

Saturday 2 – Aston Villa (a)
Saturday 9 – Manchester City (h)
Saturday 23 – Crystal Palace (a)
Saturday 30 – Brighton and Hove Albion (h)

DECEMBER

Wednesday 4 – Everton (h)
Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (a)
Saturday 14 – Watford (h)
Saturday 21 – West Ham United (a)
Thursday 26 – Leicester City (a)
Saturday 28 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)

JANUARY

Wednesday 1 – Sheffield United (h)
Saturday 11 – Tottenham Hotspur (a)
Saturday 18 – Manchester United (h)
Tuesday 21 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)

FEBRUARY

Saturday 1 – Southampton (h)
Saturday 8 – Norwich City (a)
Saturday 22 – West Ham United (h)
Saturday 29 – Watford (a)

MARCH

Saturday 7 – Bournemouth (h)
Saturday 14 – Everton (a)
Saturday 21 – Crystal Palace (h)

APRIL

Saturday 4 – Manchester City (a)
Saturday 11 – Aston Villa (h)
Saturday 18 – Brighton and Hove Albion (a)
Saturday 25 – Burnley (h)

MAY

Saturday 2 – Arsenal (a)
Saturday 9 – Chelsea (h)
Sunday 17 – Newcastle United (a)