Liverpool will play four games in just 11 days as October turns to November, with the date and kickoff time of their trip to Bournemouth now confirmed.
With the Reds again fighting on four fronts this season, it will be a packed schedule for Jurgen Klopp and his players throughout.
It has now been confirmed that the tie will take place on Wednesday, November 1, kicking off at 7.45pm.
4 games in 11 days
- Toulouse (H) – Europa League – October 26, 8pm
- Nottingham Forest (H) – Premier League – October 29, 2pm
- Bournemouth (A) – League Cup – November 1, 7.45pm
- Luton (A) – Premier League – November 5, 4.30pm
This comes in a run of four games in 11 days, starting with the visit of Toulouse in the Europa League on Thursday, October 26.
There are another two games the following week – Toulouse away and Brentford at home – before the season’s third international break.
Klopp’s squad will undoubtedly be stretched over that period, particularly if injuries begin to pile up, though there is more strength in depth this campaign.
The manager has already showcased his willingness – or need – to rotate between competitions, with a combined 29 changes made in his last three starting lineups.