LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - Sunday, May 13, 2018: Liverpool's Andy Robertson celebrates scoring the fourth goal, his first for the club, with team-mates Dejan Lovren and Trent Alexander-Arnold during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC at Anfield. Liverpool won 4-0 and finished the season 4th. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

“Will take that”, “Another bumper December” – Liverpool fans on 2018/19 Premier League fixtures

Liverpool have found out their Premier League fixture schedule for the 2018/19 season and fans have reflected on the positives and negatives.

The start of the World Cup may be dominating the headlines, but domestic football is never too far away.

It is only a month since the Premier League season came to an end, but the fixtures for 2018/19 have now already been confirmed.

Liverpool begin their campaign at home to West Ham (August 11) before travelling to Crystal Palace the following weekend (August 18).

The first big test comes away to Tottenham on September 15—the first game at their new stadium—which comes after the first international break of the season.

Meanwhile, Everton travel to Anfield on December 1 and the Reds host Man United on December 15, in what are the two clashes we immediately look out for.

Fixture dates are, as always, subject to change.

Fans have been reacting to the fixture on social media—here’s what they think.


There was a measure of positivity about an easy-looking start…

“Will take that! Bring on 18/19!”

Nabhan Hashim Shiraz on Facebook.

“Two home games prior to City away over Xmas is about the best I hoped for. Nineteen is on it’s way!”

Klopptinho on the forums.


Others focussed on specific aspects of the schedule…

“It makes no difference who we play and when, to be honest they all need to be played twice a season if you’re going to win it. We should fear no games.”

Karl Atkinson on Facebook.

“Dec is going to be very difficult. April and May more forgiving.”

Johan Krause on Facebook.

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