Liverpool Football Club would be playing against Manchester City today (Sunday) in the English Premier League. It is a winner take all situation as Liverpool has 14 points while Manchester City has 13 points. Any of the two teams that can take all three points would go top of the league.
After the Manchester City match, there would be a long international break. After the break, Liverpool would be back in action against Watford in the English Premier League. The match would be played on Saturday, 16th of October by 12:30 pm Nigerian time.
Liverpool would then travel to Spain for their Champions League Group stage tie against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, October 19th by 8 pm. Liverpool would then return to English Premier League action against eternal rival, Manchester United. The match would be played at Old Trafford on Sunday, October 24th by 4:30 pm.
Liverpool would play away from home against Preston North End in the Round 4 of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, 27th of October by 7:45 pm. Liverpool would round up October with their English Premier League match against Brighton and Hove Albion at the Anfield Stadium on the 30th of October by 3 pm.
Liverpool would commence November with the return leg of the Champions League match against Atletico Madrid at home. The Merseyside club would be playing against the Spanish side on Wednesday, 3rd of November by 9 pm.
Liverpool would then play against West Ham United away from home on the 7th of November by 5 pm. After the West Ham match, there would be another international break. Liverpool would be back in English Premier League action against Arsenal on the 20th of November by 6:30 pm.
On the 24th of November, Liverpool would be playing against Porto in the UEFA Champions League. The match would be played at Anfield at 9 pm. Liverpool's next match would be against Southampton in the English Premier League on Saturday, November 27th. The match would be played at 4 pm. Liverpool rounds up November with the Merseyside derby on Tuesday, 30th of November by 8:45 pm.
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