Liverpool’s latest Premier League games, which will be televised live, have been confirmed after the full schedule was released in June.

The Reds, who will start their 2021/22 Premier League season in newly promoted Norwich City, had already postponed their August trip to Carrow Road and home games with Burnley and Chelsea for broadcast purposes.

Now two of their three Premier League games have also been postponed in September, with their trips to Leeds United and Brentford now broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Jürgen Klopp’s team will travel to Elland Road one day later than originally planned for kick-off on Sunday, September 12th at 4.30 p.m., while their trip to Brentford on Saturday, September 25th.

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The fixtures for the new campaign were confirmed on Wednesday, June 16, when Jürgen Klopp’s men travel to East Anglia for their opening game on Saturday, August 14, after defeating the team from Daniel Farke had received a winning campaign.

The Reds will then host Burnley in their first game of the season at Anfield on Saturday, August 21, before welcoming Chelsea to Merseyside on Saturday, August 28.

In October, Liverpool will face title rivals Man City and Manchester United, who will receive Pep Guardiola’s men on Saturday October 2nd before heading to Old Trafford on Saturday October 23rd as they travel to Goodison to face against Everton for the first Merseyside derby of the season on Tuesday November 30th.

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In a busy festive season, the Reds will face Tottenham in north London on Saturday 18 December before receiving Leeds United on Boxing Day.

They travel to Leicester City on Tuesday, December 28, before facing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on New Years Day.

A home game with Manchester United is scheduled on Saturday 19 March before Liverpool travel to Etihad on Saturday 9 April to face Man City.

For the final month of the season, Klopp’s side will host Tottenham on Saturday 7 May before heading to Southampton for the last away game of the season on Sunday 15 May.

Liverpool will then end their league season at home against the Wolves on Sunday 22 May, in a replay of their 2018/19 season finals when they missed the title against Man City by just one point on the final day of the game.

Liverpool games in full

08/14/2021 – Norwich City (a) 5:30 p.m. * – Live on Sky Sports

08/21/2021 – Burnley (h) 12:30 * – Live on BT Sport

08/28/2021 – Chelsea (h) 5:30 p.m. * – Live on Sky Sports

09.12.2021 – Leeds United (a) 16:30 * – Live on Sky Sports

18.09.2021 – Kristallpalast (h) 15:00

25.09.2021 – Brentford (a) 5:30 p.m. * – Live on Sky Sports

02/10/2021 – Manchester City (h) 15:00

10/16/2021 – Watford (a) 15:00

23/10/2021 – Manchester United (a) 15:00

10/30/2021 – Brighton (h) 15:00

11/06/2021 – West Ham United (a) 15:00

November 20, 2021 – Arsenal (h) 15:00

11/27/2021 – Southampton (h) 15:00

11/30/2021 – Everton (a) 7.45pm

04/12/2021 – Wolverhampton (a) 15:00

12/11/2021 – Aston Villa (h) 15:00

December 15, 2021 – Newcastle United (h) 20:00

12/18/2021 – Tottenham Hotspur (a) 15:00

12/26/2021 – Leeds United (h) 15:00

12/28/2021 – Leicester City (a) 15:00

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01/01/2022 – Chelsea (a) 15:00

January 15, 2022 – Brentford (h) 15:00

January 22nd, 2022 – Kristallpalast (a) 15:00

02/09/2022 – Leicester City (h) 20:00

02/12/2022 – Burnley (a) 15:00

02/19/2022 – Norwich City (h) 15:00

02/26/2022 – Arsenal (a) 15:00

May 3rd, 2022 – West Ham United (h) 15:00

03/12/2022 – Brighton (a) 15:00

03/19/2022 – Manchester United (h) 15:00

04/02/2022 – Watford (h) 15:00

04/09/2022 – Manchester City (a) 15:00

04/16/2022 – Aston Villa (a) 15:00

04/23/2022 – Everton (h) 15:00

04/30/2022 – Newcastle United (a) 15:00

07/05/2022 – Tottenham Hotspur (h) 15:00

15/05/2022 – Southampton (a) 15:00

05/22/2022 – Wolverhampton (h) 16:00

Please note that dates and kick-off times can change.