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Liverpool and Their 2022/23 Fixtures

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The Premier League recently revealed the fixtures of the 2022/23 season. With the World Cup in Qatar in the middle of the season, it will be a very unique season. Here we take a deeper look into the Liverpool fixture list this time around. 

Liverpool achieved the historic feat of playing every single game last season. They reached 3 finals, winning 2. However, the defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final hurt the Anfield faithful. That was just a week after Manchester City’s dramatic turnaround helped them defend the PL title. Nevertheless, it was an impressive season for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp will hope that his new-look team can take another step forward in 2023.

Just like the previous three seasons, they start their season against a newly-promoted team. They visit Craven Cottage to take on Fulham for a lunchtime kickoff. A spicy match against their arch-rivals Manchester United awaits on 20th August. They then conclude August with a clash against Scott Parker’s AFC Bournemouth. A crunch tie against Chelsea is scheduled on the 17th of September at Stamford Bridge. The reverse fixture at Anfield is on the 21st of January. 

The games against Manchester City have been 6-pointer games for the title in recent times. One can expect the two to go head-to-head once again this season. They play each other at Anfield on 15th of October. The reverse fixture, on the other hand, is scheduled for the 1st of April.Furthermore, the Merseyside derby against hated rivals Everton is one of the main dates that Liverpool fans look forward to. This season, they are scheduled for 3rd September at the Goodison and 11th Feb at Anfield respectively.

Full Fixture List For Liverpool

Below is their fixture list in full.

6 August Fulham 

13 August Crystal Palace 

20 August Manchester United 

27 August Bournemouth 

31 August Newcastle United 

3 September Everton 

10 September Wolverhampton Wanderers 

17 September Chelsea 

1 October Brighton & Hove Albion 

8 October Arsenal 

15 October Manchester City 

19  October West Ham United 

22 October Nottingham Forest 

29 October Leeds United 

5 November Tottenham Hotspur 

12 November Southampton 

26 December Aston Villa 

31 December Leicester City 

2 January Brentford 

14 January Brighton & Hove Albion 

21 January Chelsea 

4 February Wolverhampton Wanderers 

11 February Everton 

18 February Newcastle United 

25 February Crystal Palace 

4 March Manchester United 

11 March Bournemouth 

18 March Fulham 

1 April Manchester City 

8 April Arsenal 

15 April Leeds United 

22 April Nottingham Forest 

25 April West Ham United 

29 April Tottenham Hotspur 

6 May Brentford 

13 May Leicester City 

20 May Aston Villa 

28  May Southampton 

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