Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea, as well as Tottenham, play in the group stage of the Champions League, on September 6 and 7, September 13 and 14, October 4 and 5, October 11 and 12, October 25 and 26, and November 1 and 2.
Also during that period, Liverpool will play difficult matches against the “olds” in the Premier League, most notably Chelsea on September 17, Arsenal on October 8, Manchester City on October 15, and Tottenham on November 5.
With this, Jögren Klopp will be under tremendous pressure to achieve strong results in matches like this, and he will have to find the best ways to use his key players, who usually remain on the bench, to avoid the accumulation of injuries.
To make matters even more difficult, there will be no winter break because of the World Cup.
Liverpool finished second with Klopp in the English Premier League last season, just one point behind Manchester City, and was very close to winning the title.
It is noteworthy that while Liverpool prepares for the “sports battles” that it will have to fight, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham only play two matches against the big six teams, immediately after their matches in the Champions League.