The Manchester derby is the headline of the weekend Premier League action away from Anfield.
The Reds entertain Fulham in Sunday’s midday kick-off. Jurgen Klopp‘s men haven’t lost at home in the league since April 2017.
Elsewhere, there are nine top-flight matches taking place, with interesting tussles at both ends of the table.
Here’s a look at the rest of the action over the next two days.
Cardiff vs. Brighton – Saturday, 12.30pm – Sky Sports
Cardiff continue to look strong favourites for relegation, having collected just five points from their opening 11 matches.
It’s tough to see where the goals are going to consistently come from and the required quality doesn’t appear to be in their ranks.
The Bluebirds host a tricky Brighton side on Saturday afternoon, one who sit 12th in the table and are showing signs of improving all the time.
It’s feasible that the visitors could nick it, but Cardiff will probably scrape a draw.
Prediction: Cardiff 1-1 Brighton
Huddersfield vs. West Ham – Saturday, 3pm
Huddersfield recorded a vital win on Monday night, edging out fellow relegation candidates Fulham 1-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The Terriers have another home game to look forward to this weekend, with a solid West Ham side arriving full of confidence.
Their 4-2 victory over Burnley was richly deserved and they will feel the only way is up from this point on.
Player for player, they look a top-half team and Manuel Pellegrini is a manager full of pedigree—they will pick up three points at Huddersfield.
Prediction: Huddersfield 1-2 West Ham
Leicester vs. Burnley – Saturday, 3pm
Leicester secured an emotional win at Cardiff last weekend, following the tragic passing of chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Football may be the last thing on the players’ minds at the moment, but they go into Saturday’s visit of Burnley as resounding favourites.
Burnley, meanwhile, look a shadow of the side that came seventh last season and it would be a surprise if they got a positive result at the King Power.
Newcastle vs. Bournemouth – Saturday, 3pm
It was a vital first victory of the season for Rafa Benitez and his players and they will be desperate to prove it is the starting of a resurgence.
This has a draw written all over it.
Southampton vs. Watford – Saturday, 3pm
Goals are coming at a premium, the football is poor and there is a feeling that the club could be on its way back to the Championship.
Mark Hughes’ fortunes need to start changing swiftly, starting with Saturday’s visit of a Watford side with European aspirations.
It could be another grim game for the St Mary’s crowd to witness.
Crystal Palace vs. Tottenham – Saturday, 5.30pm – BT Sport
Another manager who finds himself under pressure is former Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson, whose Crystal Palace outfit have only won twice in the league this season.
The Saturday evening entertainment sees the Eagles host an up-and-down Tottenham side in a promising-looking encounter.
Trips to Selhurst Park are never easy, especially under the lights, so this will be a test of Spurs’ resolve at a time when not everything about them is convincing.
The north Londoners will probably win, with their attacking class shining through, but dropped points would be no great shock.
Chelsea vs. Everton – Sunday, 2.15pm – Sky Sports
Right then Everton, time to prove you won’t eternally bottle it away to ‘big six’ sides!
The Blues show no sign of going away under Maurizio Sarri, with their ability to churn out wins frustratingly impressive.
For once, Liverpool fans may quietly be cheering on their Merseyside rivals, in order to put a dent in Chelsea‘s title hopes.
Never bank on them doing the Reds a favour, though.
Arsenal vs. Wolves – Sunday, 4.30pm
Arsenal seem to be going places under Unai Emery, with their performance against Liverpool more organised than most we saw during the end days of Arsene Wenger’s reign.
The Spaniard has built a stable unit, particularly in midfield, and the firepower the Gunners possess in the final third wins them matches.
It’s hard to see Wolves getting anything at the Emirates, with Nuno Espírito Santo’s men slowly sliding down the table.
The honeymoon period appears to be over, even though relegation is unlikely, and another pointless weekend is on the cards.
Man City vs. Man United – Sunday, 4.30pm – Sky Sports
During the 1990s and 2000s, the thought of ever cheering on United in the Manchester derby was unthinkable, but things have changed since then.
City look to be on another unassailable march towards the title, playing begrudgingly good football, and Liverpool desperately need points to be dropped.
United seem to have recovered under Jose Mourinho in recent weeks and they will be up for the fight at the home of their bitter rivals.
City should be too good, as they edge towards another possible 100-point tally, but United managing to get something out of the game would actually be appreciated by Reds supporters for once.