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Liverpool Premier League fixtures in full: Fulham first up for Klopp’s Reds

Liverpool almost pipped Manchester City at the post for the Premier League title last term and will be aiming to go one better.

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Liverpool begin their 2022-23 Premier League campaign at promoted Fulham on the opening weekend, with Manchester United and Everton lying in wait early in the season.

After finishing runners-up to Manchester City last term, Jurgen Klopp’s side will be looking to get off to a strong start this time around.

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They tackle Crystal Palace at Anfield on the second weekend, before travelling to face fierce rivals United at Old Trafford on August 20.

Home clashes with Bournemouth and Newcastle United follow, before a September 3 visit to Goodison Park for the derby with Everton.

Liverpool have 10 games in the league before they encounter champions Manchester City, with that Anfield game in the diary for October 15, while they return from the World Cup break with a December 26 visit to Aston Villa.

If Liverpool take the title race all the way to the final day, as happened last season, they will learn their fate on the south coast, where Southampton await them on May 28.

Liverpool’s 2022-23 Premier League fixtures in full:

06/08/2022 – Fulham (a)

13/08/2022 – Crystal Palace (h)

20/08/2022 – Manchester United (a)

27/08/2022 – Bournemouth (h)

31/08/2022 – Newcastle United (h)

03/09/2022 – Everton (a)

10/09/2022 – Wolves (h)

17/09/2022 – Chelsea (a)

01/10/2022 – Brighton and Hove Albion (h)

08/10/2022 – Arsenal (a)

15/10/2022 – Manchester City (h)

19/10/2022 – West Ham (h)

22/10/2022 – Nottingham Forest (a)

29/10/2022 – Leeds United (h)

05/11/2022 – Tottenham (a)

12/11/2022 – Southampton (h)

26/12/2022 – Aston Villa (a)

31/12/2022 – Leicester City (h)

02/01/2023 – Brentford (a)

14/01/2023 – Brighton and Hove Albion (a)

21/01/2023 – Chelsea (h)

04/02/2023 – Wolves (a)

11/02/2023 – Everton (h)

18/02/2023 – Newcastle United (a)

25/02/2023 – Crystal Palace (a)

04/03/2023 – Manchester United (h)

11/03/2023 – Bournemouth (a)

18/03/2023 – Fulham (h)

01/04/2023 – Manchester City (a)

08/04/2023 – Arsenal (h)

15/04/2023 – Leeds United (a)

22/04/2023 – Nottingham Forest (h)

25/04/2023 – West Ham (a)

29/04/2023 – Tottenham (h)

06/05/2023 – Brentford (h)

13/05/2023 – Leicester City (a)

20/05/2023 – Aston Villa (h)

28/05/2023 – Southampton (a)