Liverpool kick off the new Premier League season versus Fulham at Craven Cottage with some injuries to key players.
Liverpool are set to play Manchester City in the 2022 Community Shield. The traditional league curtain raiser will see last season's FA Cup winner meet the Premier League champions just months after the pair took the top-flight season down to the final day of the campaign.
Apparently, getting to three cup finals, winning two trophies, and pushing the league champions to the final 20 minutes of the season isn't good enough for some people.
It isn't the losses that kill your Premier League title challenge, it's the draws. At no point on Sunday were Liverpool in first place. The Reds only took the lead against Wolverhampton Wanderers after Aston Villa had ridiculously conceded three goals in five minutes to Manchester City.
Liverpool visit Newcastle United on Saturday at lunchtime with the chance to move into first place for at least a few hours. The Reds are fresh off defeating Villarreal 2-0 in the Champions League semifinal first leg at Anfield on Wednesday night. In truth, Liverpool could have won the game by more goals.
Liverpool play Leicester City on Sunday at Anfield in a big Premier League showdown. The Foxes, just like early in the 2019-20 season, are title challengers and getting points at Anfield will prove they are the real deal.
December was supposed to be Liverpool's unravelling. The Reds started December with nine matches in all competitions with five games in the Premier League, two at the FIFA Club World Cup, one in the Champions League, and one in the Carabao Cup quarterfinals. The only blemish to Liverpool's season with one match of the nine... Continue Reading →
Liverpool's dramatic win on Saturday at Anfield against Leicester City pushed the team's winning run to eight straight matches to start the Premier League season. The Reds outplayed a defensively stubborn Leicester City throughout the match with only a late lack of concentration allowing James Maddison to equalise. James Milner's second-half stoppage-time penalty gave the... Continue Reading →
Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge on Sunday aiming to keep their 100% winning record intact. The Reds are the only Premier League team not to drop points this season. However, Liverpool are coming off of a loss to Napoli, 2-0, in the Champions League. Jurgen Klopp's team may have misfired in Naples, but they have... Continue Reading →
Liverpool head to Turf Moor on Saturday evening to play Burnley in the Premier League. The Reds could kickoff the match one point behind Manchester City as Pep Guardiola's team visits Southampton at 3 pm. Jurgen Klopp's team found out its Champions League group stage fate on Wednesday night and now turn attention back to... Continue Reading →