After hosting West Ham, Jurgen Klopp's men face Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City in a run which also includes Crystal Palace, Brighton, Leicester and Southampton.
The promoted sides were all spared a daunting sequence of games to start the season - although all face one of the "big six" in their opening four matches.
Liverpool face Manchester City on 26 July in the United States, then face Manchester United two days later.
Perhaps the most eagerly anticipated game next season will not be the Manchester derby, but the first clash between City and Liverpool at Anfield on October 6.Читайте также: Raccoon scales St. Paul office tower, captivating public
It's going to be a tasty start to the season.
With the last two meetings between English football's two biggest clubs at Anfield ending in dismal 0-0 draws, it is to be hoped that December's clash on Merseyside produces more drama and goals.
Oh yes, and Mikel Arteta will be on the touchline at the Emirates Stadium at the start of the new season after all...
On Wednesday 1st August, Chelsea will lock-horns with Premier League rivals Arsenal in Dublin, before facing Lyon at Stamford Bridge on August 7th.
But given the way that the club handled the expectations and pressure of this past season and have wasted little time getting deals done this summer, it may not be a huge surprise if those closer to the periphery of the top six were concerned about what the newly-promoted side may achieve.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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