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Liverpool’s next six fixtures: fixture list including Man Utd and Real Madrid second leg up



Have Liverpool finally found their groove, or will their back-to-back Premier League triumphs prove another false dawn?

The 2022/23 season has been a dark one for Jurgen Klopp’s men, but optimism was starting to win on the red side of the Mersey ahead of their biggest game of the season so far.

Liverpool hosted continental foes Real Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16 first leg on Tuesday night but were eliminated 5-2 by the European champions and dashed their hopes of progressing to the quarter-finals in the mud.

It’s been quite a turbulent time for the Premier League side and here’s what the next six games look like after Tuesday’s first leg.

Crystal Palace-Liverpool-Premier League (25/02/23)

Liverpool have been having fun at Selhurst Park since the infamous 2014 collapse that dashed their title hopes. The Reds have won their last eight South London caps in all competitions, with Palace’s last three winning against Klopp’s side at Anfield.
This upcoming Premier League clash kicks off on Saturday evening at 19:45 GMT.
25/02/23 – Crystal Palace – Liverpool (19:45) – Premier League

Liverpool vs Wolves – Premier League (01/03/23)

In early March, these two sides will meet for the 119th time in 2023.

Liverpool plunged into obscurity last time they faced Julen Lopetegui’s side, losing 3-0 at Molineux, but beat Wolves after a replay in the FA Cup before losing in Brighton.
01/03/23 – Liverpool vs Wolves (20:00) – Premier League

Liverpool-Manchester United – Premier League (03/05/23)

Should Liverpool’s improvement continue, apart from that heavy defeat by Real, all Premier League fans will look forward to Man Utd’s visit on Super Sunday. The Red Devils are on the rise under Erik ten Hag but they haven’t won at Anfield since 2016. After winning the second leg, United will be looking for their first league double against their bitter rivals since the aforementioned 2015/16 season.
05/03/23 – Liverpool – Manchester United (4:30 p.m.) – Premier League

Bournemouth-Liverpool-Premier League (03/11/23)

All seemed well in Klopp’s camp the last time they duel with the Cherries. A 9-0 victory over Scott Parker’s Bournemouth temporarily dispelled any fears of a difficult 2022/23 season, but that optimism quickly proved a false dawn.

Bournemouth have excelled under Gary O’Neill but they are still a prime candidate for the downfall. 03/11/23 – Bournemouth – Liverpool (12:30 p.m.) – Premier League

Real Madrid-Liverpool-Champions League (15/03/23)

Liverpool will travel to Madrid knowing that only a win by a three-goal margin will keep their Champions League promotion hopes alive.

The Reds’ 2-0 lead was quickly erased as Los Blancos asserted themselves with a dominating display in the first leg, led by Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior.
The return game in Madrid has been cited as a possible return date for Colombia striker Luis Diaz, who has been out since October with two knee injuries.
03/15/23 – Real Madrid – Liverpool (8:00 p.m.) – Champions League

Liverpool-Fulham-Premier League (18/03/23)

Fulham underlined their credentials on the opening weekend of the season by drawing 2-2 with the Reds.

Marco Silva’s side have been one of the surprises of the season and they will be looking to stun Klopp’s side after their Spanish venture.

18/03/23 – Liverpool vs Fulham (15:00) – Premier League
25/02/23 – Crystal Palace – Liverpool (19:45) – Premier League
01/03/23 – Liverpool vs Wolves (20:00) – Premier League
03/05/23 – Liverpool vs Man Utd (16:30) – Premier League
03/11/23 – Bournemouth – Liverpool (12:30) – Premier League
15/03/23 – Real Madrid-Liverpool (20:00) – Champions League
18/03/23 – Liverpool vs Fulham (15:00) – Premier League

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