Liverpool will open the 2019/20 Premier League season with a clash against newly-promoted Norwich City on Friday 9 August.
Jurgen Klopp’s side, runners-up in the season just finished, will then face a match against Southampton at St Mary’s before tackling Arsenal at home.
The Reds face arch-rivals Manchester United on October 19 and January 18, while their Festive programme pit them against Leicester at the King Power on Boxing Day and Sheffield United on New Year’s Day.
The season ends for Klopp’s side with matches against Arsenal (a), Chelsea (h) and Newcastle (a).
For the first time ever there’ll be a mid-season break in February.
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