With international breakdown finally over and the Premier League rankings returning to the fold during the weekend, Jurgen Klopp will hope to build on the foundations of this campaign that he saw Reds would best start ever in the domestic season – registering 30 points to possible 36.
However, Liverpool will not be allowed during the November / December race, and Manchester City and Chelsea are fighting for the crown of the Premier League.
Liverpool, along with Manchester City champion and Maurizius Sarri rejuvenated Blues, remain the only unchanged side in the top league this season, as the error space decreases weekly for a week.
Despite the fact that the Reds best player ever started in the Premier League season, their progress was undermined by the unexpectedly high bar at their rivals' title. Climb troops sit at the table, two points from the Citizen.
Opening the 12-week home campaign has already seen Liverpool's face with four of six rivaling titles with Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal leaving all Reds untouched to protect their invincible status in the league. That would normally be the cause for huge optimism.
But the bar was set to be incredibly high for Klopp's team after their routine victory against Fulham soon followed another three points for Pep Guardiola, who gathered in the field – this time dismantling their Manchester rivals United.
Reds now have a month until they are faced with another top rival – although the Merseyside derby will appear between this busy time. This is all in the hands of now, but Klopp's men have to continue this ruthless approach in the league game if they want to keep up with their unforgiving opponents.
Saturday, November 24 – Watford (A)
The first five-node in the space of two weeks spent seeing Liverpool at Watamu at Vicarage Road Javi Greece.
The Hornets enjoyed a nice season sitting pretty much in the seventh place over both Everton and United.
After only 12 games in the campaign, Watford has already made its best ever in the Premier League season and gained half of the winnings for the whole 2017/18.
Despite the fact that Hornet's bubbles begin with the procedure, their shape can still be read hot and cold with Gracija's team, but to show real consistency.
After stunningly getting the maximum points since the opening of four games – including the heroic giant showing of the Spurs murder – Watford lost three of the next four leagues, including humiliating 4-0 humbling at home Eddie Howe in Bournemouth.
The defeat of Newcastle has given Rafael Benitez his first win this season, and Hornets also had to save the point of fighting Southampton's side – a game dominated by VAR controversy rather than football itself – and it will be interesting to see what Watford's side is coming on Saturday.
Liverpool should just drop off the sidelines outside the first six, so Klopp will not look for anything less than three points in Hertfordshire over the weekend. If the Reds have to provide another routine victory on the road, Abdoulaye Doucouré and José Holebas must be linked early to the Watford Court sitting in the four-league Premier League, four in a row in their names.
Sunday, December 2 – Everton (H)
No Reds fans should remind them when the Merseyside derby starts, though this fixation must always be cautious, not expecting.
Although Everton still wants to win at Anfield for more than 19 years – or more precisely 6,994 days – Blues will travel shortly to their rivals after Liverpool's titanic European conflict with PSG in Paris. In spite of the result at the Parc des Princes, Everton will have more than a week to prepare for this encounter during the crisis, meanwhile Red will only have three days to recover from their purchases with one of the world's finest juggernauts.
Marco Silva seems to have turned the corner with his newest side, and the boss of Everton got the blues to play some kind of positive football. An encouraging performance at Stamford Bridge showed signs that Everton could mix with big boys when it was the best.
If Liverpool needs to avoid anxiety, they hope to keep close to Talisman Richarlison, which has been a discovery ever since the 40 million pound went to Goodison with six goals, but in his nine league starts for Toffees.
Silva will also take confidence from his impressive record against Reds, and the Portuguese manager will not lose again against Merseysiders after 2-0 win with Hull 2017 and thrilling 3-3 at Vicarage Road during a short spell at Watford.
Liverpool have won four of the last seven derbys at their home and are hoping to continue their unbreakable record in the Reds league still unbeatable at Anfield Fortress since April 2017.
Wednesday December 4 – Burnley (A)
In midweek match against last season a package of surprises followed in the derby and Liverpool will hope to keep up with leaders ahead of the first mid-week set of knots this season.
Liverpool has an impressive record against The Claret with seven wins in the last nine matches, and the side of Sean Dyche has not been inspirational to their final European final campaign. Burnley has since crashed from the Europa League during the qualifying phase and took nine points out of the possible 36.
However, the side of Lancashire should not be ignored with regard to what happened in Turf Moor two years ago. Burnley welcomed Liverpool after emigrating to a 4-3 victory over Arsenal at the start of 2016/17, but dramatically failed to build any momentum he had struck in North London.
Dyche's Clarets kicked Klopp's side out of the water for 45 minutes with Sam Vokes and Andre Gray's goals leaving red spells and head scratches reflecting what happened on the ground.
This famous victory over Burnley stands as the only win against Liverpool in the 1974 league, and another upswing could undermine Reds' wishes before the new year's transition.
Saturday December 8 – Bournemouth (A)
Another trip to the road and another test task for Klopp and his players to overcome. If Burnley was a surprise package last season, that confession belongs to Eddie Howe and his Bournemouth side this time. The longest Premier League manager inspired Bournemouth to do the best he ever started in the league and has already rejected talks about the potential top six finals.
Cherries are already better than seven points than last season, and are on their way to a record high end in England at the top of the flight.
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Bournemouth will host Reds on the back of two testing matches with Manchester City and Arsenal, and it is difficult to predict how ghosts will be highlighted in front of their conflict with Reds.
Liverpool lost only once in the history of cherries (we are all familiar with that game), but the past seasons turned three points when the Reds hurled the heat to leave Dean Court with a pleasant 4-0 win. Despite this victory, Klopp will continue to have nightmares from the horrific show that took place on the South Coast in 2016, when Howe inspired his side so he could most likely return to the club. Cherries went 3-1 and the rest were 15 minutes to play, but they focused on believing in order to overcome the deficit to win 4-3 winners, thanks to Nathan Ake's winner.
Despite having defeated two seasons ago, Mohamed Salah (who was not involved in the affair) will be excited about the first match against Bournemouth in three weeks after meeting Cherries on both occasions last season.
Sunday December 16 – Manchester United (H)
A BIG! These are Fixture Reds fans who record in their calendar before any other, and yet they are against a team that has proven our key in the works for more than 25 years.
Manchester United has been one of the worst ever in the Premier League season under Jose Mourinho and has already been 12 points ahead of the champion. However, Red Devils are invincible in their previous nine league leagues with their bitter rivals and have not lost in Anfield in the country since 2013.
Even in the worst United, it can provoke an upset, and Liverpool's bogey side will be a huge opponent during the Christmas season, despite Mourinho's side that already dropped 16 points this season.
If Liverpool needs to rebel against the fluidity of the previous season then they must surely overcome the United States defense that has come under strict control over the past few weeks. Only five teams in the division passed more goals than Red Villas this season. They have only one clean sheet in 12 and will be against Liverpool having the four best defensive records since the start of the first league.
With the final result of the Reds this really poses as one of Liverpool's fans who will be skeptical of falling points and winning against their fiercest rivals will almost certainly stop any of the sluggish hopes of United having a challenge for the league.
Toss Manchester City
Saturday, November 24 – West Ham (A)
Saturday December 1 – Bournemouth (H)
Tuesday, December 4 – Watford (A)
Saturday December 8 – Chelsea (A)
Saturday December 15 – Everton (H)
Champions are undoubtedly the most beautiful & # 39; riding a boat before fighting with Chelsea in the Premier League is most likely a season match so far. Pep Guardiola has set at least new heights where he even exceeds 90 points by the end of the season, may still not be enough to raise trophies.
The city still needs to be lost on the road since Anfield wound up in early 2018, so routinely wins against Hammers on Saturday. Bournemouth was inspirational to look late, but neither the revolutionary team of Eddie Howe would expect anything less than the other to fool the citizens. If they did this on the bridge and the heat was warmed up just like last season, then it would be almost unthinkable that the Reds could afford to drop points before that city in January and still win the league.
As we all know, the city has interrupted the record record of record-breaking record record of the record, with a remarkable 100-point title of the winning season in 2017/18 and the evidence to date that one could oppose them. Such is the absurd high pillar that City has set for Liverpool's record start to be attracted to the unmatched power of competition.
Saturday, November 24 – Tottenham (A)
Sunday, December 2 – Fulham (H)
Wednesday December 5 – Wolves (A)
Saturday December 8 – Manchester City (H)
Sunday December 16 – Brighton (A)
The revival of Chelsea this season opened the serious title race for the first time undoubtedly since the season 2013/14. Blues is currently the only unsettled team left in Europe – excluding their defeat of the Shield Community – and their conflict with London rivals Tottenham during the weekend seriously undermines their unbeaten stance with regard to the upcoming form of Tottenham.
With three wins in the league for Mauricio Pochettino, Spurs will feel that this incomparable run of Chelsea will soon end and maybe feel the victory. However, Chelsea expects the City to win on the weekend, they will know that they can not really score points at Wembley on Saturday. The Blues won last season in the semi-finals, and it will be comforting that the Spurs have yet to score their home win against any of the first six this season.
Despite the need to win, Chelsea will probably take the line if they are now relinquished to protect their invincible run. The stoppage does not receive them, but if they can avoid defeat at Wembley and win the bridge citizens in December, the title race could potentially become a race of three horse racing, and all bets would be excluded as to who the overall winner would be.
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