Liverpools next 6 Premier League games

Liverpools next 6 Premier League games

After Arsenal's defeat to Aston Villa left Liverpool top of the table, we take a look at Liverpool's next six Premier League fixtures.

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Liverpool go into the busy festive period sitting top of the Premier League table, and with qualification from the Europa League group stages secured.  With games coming thick and fast every few days, we take a look at Liverpools next 6 Premier League fixtures.

Sunday 17th December 2023
Liverpool vs Manchester United (4.30pm)

Saturday 23rd December 2023
Liverpool vs Arsenal (5.30pm)

Tuesday 26th December 2023
Burnley vs Liverpool (5.30pm)

Monday 1st January 2024
Liverpool vs Newcastle (8pm)

Sunday 21st January 2024
AFC Bournemouth vs Liverpool (4.30pm)

Wednesday 31st January 2024
Liverpool vs Chelsea (8.15pm)

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Interestingly, although Liverpool are due to play 3 games a week over the next month, they only have 3 league games left in December, and 3 in January.  The remaining games are FA Cup and Carabao Cup matches.  If you want to view our next six games in all competitions, please read our article here.

LFC - Back On Our Perch Predictions

Take a look at our predictions below and then join us for analysis :

Liverpool 3 - 0 Manchester United

Liverpool 3 - 1 Arsenal

Burnley 0 - 2 Liverpool

Liverpool 3 - 1 Newcastle

AFC Bournemouth 1 - 2 Liverpool

Liverpool 3 - 1 Chelsea

First up at Anfield is Manchester United.  Usually form goes out the window in these matches, but with United crashing out of Europe last night, and suffering further injuries, LFC go ito this fixture as heavy favourites.  Whilst we can't take them for granted, this is a great time to play United, with the humiliation of their last visit still fresh in their minds, I can only see one winner on Sunday, and that is Liverpool.

After United, we face Arsenal, in what could be a title decider.  The gunners are in good form, but again, I'm backing us to get a result at Anfield.  If we follow up that result with an away win at Burnley, then we could end the year 4 points clear at the top of the table.

Newcastle, Bournemouth and Chelsea then follow, either side of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup games.  Barring injuries and suspensions, I would expect us to pick up maximum points from these games. Newcastle are struggling with injuries, and the fatigue of playing in Europe, so should be there for the taking at Anfield.  Bournemouth and Chelsea will be tricky, however, I would still expect us to win, especially if we are still top and confidence is flowing.

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