Liverpool will face Man United in a Saturday lunchtime Premier League clash in March, with four fixture changes confirmed on Wednesday morning.
Jurgen Klopp‘s side will be televised four times in the league in March, at a time when the top-four battle will reach a pivotal stage.
Rafa Benitez returns to Anfield with his Newcastle United side on Saturday, March 3, with the 5.30pm kickoff BT Sport’s match of choice.
Seven days later, the country’s biggest fixture takes centre stage, with Sky Sports televising Liverpool’s trip to Man United on March 10.
Unsurprisingly, it is a 12.30pm kickoff, in order to avoid potential crowd trouble.
For a third Saturday in succession, the Reds will again be live, with their home game against Watford getting underway at 5.30pm on BT Sport on March 17.
However, that clash remains subject to change, with the FA Cup quarter-finals scheduled for that weekend.
Finally, after the international break, Liverpool head to Crystal Palace for a reunion with Roy Hodgson on March 31, with Selhurst Park not always a happy hunting ground in the past.
The fixture kicks off the weekend’s Premier League action, with Sky Sports hosting the 12.30pm meeting.
March is sure to be a very busy month for Klopp’s men, especially if they are still in the FA Cup at that point.
Liverpool Fixtures, March
- Newcastle (H) – 5.30pm, Saturday 3rd – BT Sport
- Porto (H) – 7.45pm, Tuesday 6th – BT Sport
- Man United (A) – 12.30pm, Saturday 10th – Sky Sports
- Watford (H) – 5.30pm, Saturday 17th – BT Sport*
- Crystal Palace (A) – 12.30pm, Saturday 31st – Sky Sports
* Watford match is subject to FA Cup quarter-final participation.