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The Reds kick-start their campaign at home to Stoke before travelling to Old Trafford two weeks later, while the season's first Merseyside derby takes place in late November

Liverpool will open their 2013-14 Premier League campaign at home to Stoke before hosting Manchester United at the end of August.

Brendan Rodgers' side will once again try to break back into the Premier League's top four to secure Champions League qualification but must negotiate a tricky calender to do so.

A particulary difficult festive period sees them take on Tottenham, Manchester City and Chelsea within the space of two weeks.

The Reds will finish their season with a trip to Crystal Palace before facing Newcastle at Anfield.

LIVERPOOL
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
17: Stoke (H)
24: Aston Villa
(A)
31: Man Utd (H)
14: Swansea (A)
21: Southampton (H)
28: Sunderland (A)

5: Palace (H)
19: Newcastle (A)
26: West Brom (H)

2: Arsenal (A)
9: Fulham (H)
23: Everton (A)
30: Hull (A)

3: Norwich (H)
7: West Ham (H)
14: Tottenham(A)
21: Cardiff (H)
26: Man City (A)
28: Chelsea (A)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
1: Hull (H)
11: Stoke(A)
18: Aston Villa (H)
28: Everton (H)
1: West Brom (A)
8: Arsenal (H)
12: Fulham (A)
22: Swansea (H)
1: Southampton
(A)
8: Sunderland (H)
15: Man United (A)
22: Cardiff (A)
29: Tottenham (H)
5: West Ham (A)
12: Manchester
City (H)

29: Norwich (A)
26: Chelsea (H)
3: Crystal Palace (A)
11: Newcastle (H)



*fixtures subject to change

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