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The Reds will then make a trip to Stamford Bridge in order to play Chelsea in their second game of the season on September 19 and things don't get any easier after that, with a game at home to Arsenal on September 26.
Aston Villa follow soon after that on matchday four, with that game set to be played on October 3.
Fans won't have long to wait for the first Merseyside derby of the season againsteither, which follows on October 17.That game is scheduled to be played at Goodison Park, with the corresponding derby at Anfield on February 20.
Liverpool's first league meeting with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City - their nearest rivals last term -will come at the Etihad Stadium on November 7, with the home match set for February 6.
Interestingly, theywon't lock horns with eternal rivals Manchester United until January 16 next year and that match will take place at Anfield.
While the Reds' opening batchposes a difficult path to navigate, their Christmas and New Year run-in is somewhat more forgiving - on paper, at least - with games against Crystal Palace, Newcastle United and Southampton among the scheduled games, but there will be a showdown with Jose Mourinho's Tottenham on December 16.
Though they will make a trip to Old Trafford to play Manchester United at the beginning of May, Liverpool's final run-in of the seasonwill see them take on Southampton, West Brom and Burnley, before wrapping the season up at home to Crystal Palace.
Full fixtures to follow...