They face title-rivals Manchester City not long after, hosting them at Anfield on November 9, whilst the reverse fixture is set for April 4.
Liverpool will be hoping to be in contention for the Premier League title in the last few weeks of the season, as they did last year, however, they face a tough test in their last three games.
They travel to Arsenal on May 2, before welcoming Chelsea to Anfield on May 9, two fixtures the Reds have found difficult in past years. They then finish their league season at Newcastle on May 17.
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Several of Liverpool's fixtures are expected to be rescheduled in 2019, with the Reds in action against Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup on August 14, as well as competing in the Club World Cup in Qatar in December.
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