How Liverpool’s next five Premier League games compare to Manchester City, Manchester United and other opponents

Liverpool missed the chance to overtake Manchester City and Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday when they were held to a draw by Brighton & Hove Albion.

After a first-half counter-attack from Seagulls winger Simon Adingra, Mohamed Salah shocked Liverpool by scoring twice at home five minutes before half-time.

Jurgen Klopp’s team had to share points with the Premier League side after exploiting a poor defensive sequence in the remaining 12 minutes, but Ryan Gravenberch had a chance to extend Liverpool’s lead in the second half.

With this score, Liverpool moved into the top four ahead of the October international break.

Here are Liverpool’s next five Premier League games against Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea.

Everton (H) – October 21

Nottingham Forest (H) – October 29

Luton Town (A) – November 5

Brentford (H) – November 12

Manchester City (A) – November 25

Chelsea (A) – October 21

Sheffield United (H) – October 28

Newcastle United (A) – November 4

Burnley (H) – November 11

Brentford (A) – November 25

Arsenal (H) – October 21

Brentford (H) – October 28

Tottenham Hotspur (A) – November 6

Manchester City (H) – November 12

Newcastle United (A) – November 25

Manchester City
Brighton and Hove Albion (H) – October 21

Manchester United (A) – October 29

AFC Bournemouth (H) – November 4

Chelsea (A) – November 12

Liverpool (H) – November 25

Manchester United
Sheffield United (A) – October 21

Manchester City (H) – October 29

Fulham (A) – November 4

Luton Town (H) – November 11

Everton (A) – November 25

Tottenham Hotspur
Fulham (H) – October 23

Crystal Palace (A) – October 27

Chelsea (H) – November 6

Wolves (A) – November 11

Aston Villa (H) – November 25



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