LFC’s upcoming matches compared to rivals Arsenal, City, Spurs and Premier League

After another solid 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest on Sunday afternoon, Liverpool will look to maintain their form.

Liverpool made it back-to-back league wins after the international break following a 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.

Goals from Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah gave the Reds all three points, with Joto dedicating the opening goal to teammate Luis Diaz – whose parents were kidnapped in Colombia on Saturday.

After the Manchester derby, Liverpool will face Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham for title contenders.

Next up is an away game at Kenilworth Road, where Luton are looking to record only their second win of the season.

November 5 – Luton Town (A): An away game that many fans will look forward to due to the unique nature of Kenilworth Road.

The Premier League newcomers are still looking for a win in the top flight but picked up their first point on Saturday after a 1-1 draw at Wolves.

November 12 – Brentford (H): A tough game awaits the Bees when they visit the Reds.

Thomas Frank’s men don’t have the threat of talisman Ivan Toney, but they still have plenty of players who can do damage in the final third.

25 November – Manchester City (A): first nightmare match after the November international break for Klopp’s team, with kick-off at 12.30.

Liverpool have not won a Premier League match away to the Sky Blues for eight years and will look to improve on that record next month.

December 3 – Fulham (H): Liverpool will capitalize on their chances of taking all three points in this match.

The Cottagers have struggled to match the successes achieved last season but are unlikely to find themselves embroiled in a relegation battle.

December 5 – Sheffield United (A): Klopp’s men will be the clear favorites to win this clash at Bramall Lane.

Sheffield United are still looking for their first win of the season after losing seven and drawing one in their eight matches so far.

December 9 – Crystal Palace (A): Another Reds game at 12:30 that Jurgen Klopp probably wouldn’t have liked if it had been moved to the infamous TNT Sports lunch spot.

They should be favorites against Roy Hodgson’s men. Here’s a look at the Reds’ rivals’ upcoming fixture list…
1. Tottenham Hotspur (26 points) – next six Premier League matches

Chelsea (H) – November 6

Wolves (A) – November 11

Aston Villa (M) – November 26

Manchester City (A) – December 3

West Ham (H) – December 7

Newcastle (M) – December 10

2. Arsenal (24 points) – next six Premier League matches

Newcastle (A) – November 4

Burnley (H) – November 11

Brentford (A) – November 25

Wolves (M) – December 2

Luton Town (A) – December 5

Aston Villa (A) – December 9

3. Manchester City (24 points) – next six Premier League matches

Bournemouth (M) – November 4

Chelsea (A) – November 12

Liverpool (M) – November 25

Tottenham Hotspur (M) – December 3

Aston Villa (A) – December 6

Luton Town (A) – December 10

5. Aston Villa (22 points) – next six Premier League games

Nottingham Forest (A) – 5 November

Fulham (H) – 12 November

Tottenham Hotspur (A) – 26 November

Bournemouth (A) – 3 December

Manchester City (H) – 6 December

Arsenale (H) – 9 December

6. Brighton (17 points) – next six Premier League games

Everton (A) – 4 November

Sheffield United (H) – 12 November

Nottingham Forest (A) – 25 November

Chelsea (A) – 3 December

Brentford (H) – 6 December

Burnley (H) – 9 December

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