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Liverpool’s fixture schedule is now out and reads as follows

AUGUST:

13 – Sunderland (h)
20 – Arsenal (a)
27 – Bolton Wanderers (h)

SEPTEMBER:

10 – Stoke City (a)
17 – Tottenham Hotspur (a)
24 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)

OCTOBER:

1 – Everton (a)
15 – Manchester United (h)
22 – Norwich City (h)
29 – West Bromwich Albion (a)

NOVEMBER:

5 – Swansea City (h)
19 – Chelsea (a)
26 – Manchester City (h)

DECEMBER:

3 – Fulham (a)
10 – Queens Park Rangers (h)
17 – Aston Villa (a)
20 – Wigan Athletic (a)
26 – Blackburn Rovers (h)
31 – Newcastle United (h)

JANUARY:

2 – Manchester City (a)
14 – Stoke City (h)
21 – Bolton Wanderers (a)
31 – Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)

FEBRUARY:

4 – Tottenham Hotspur (h)
11 – Manchester United (a)
25 – Everton (h)

MARCH:

3 – Arsenal (h)
10 – Sunderland (a)
17 – Queens Park Rangers (a)
24 – Wigan Athletic (h)
31 – Newcastle United (a)

APRIL:

7 – Aston Villa (h)
9 – Blackburn Rovers (a)
14 – Fulham (h)
21 – West Bromwich Albion (h)
28 – Norwich City (a)

MAY:

5 – Chelsea (h)
13 – Swansea City (a)

October, December, January, March, and April look to be months where we should put able to put some points in the bank. Looks like we have only 2 times this season where we have back to back tough games, with November having @ Chelsea, and next week home to Manchester City, and then in February we host Tottenham Hotspur in front of Manchester United away.

I have just entered into a gentleman’s agreement that Liverpool will end the season with a higher point total than Chelsea with a friend of mine. Looks like the beverages will be on his tab!

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