2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
6-0-0, 1st in English Premier League
Klopp hails Sarri's Chelsea transformation (1:12)
Zola: Hazard hasn't reached his full potential (0:35)
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7hSteven Kelly

Carabao Cup can still be important for Liverpool

The Carabao Cup might well be the least important competition for Liverpool this season, but it will always mean that little bit more to the Reds.

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23hGlenn Price

Take cup seriously or face 'problem' - Klopp

Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield on Wednesday night in the third round, with the Reds looking to end their six-year trophy drought.

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1dGlenn Price

Mignolet given 'opportunity' vs. Chelsea - Klopp

Simon Mignolet is set to make his first appearance of the season for Liverpool after serving as Alisson's deputy in the Premier League.

Salah wins 2018 Puskas Award: Seriously? (1:49)
Was Modric the most deserving of FIFA's The Best award? (4:31)
FIFA's The Best: The Contenders (1:00)
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Liverpool never told me to leave - Karius

Loris Karius said it took him nearly two weeks to get over the Champions League final defeat and that he was never told he had to leave Liverpool.

Queiroz: Liverpool's Salah is a role model for Africa (0:33)
Premier League: 25 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 6 (1:43)
ICYMI: Ronaldo heroic, Liverpool perfect (1:52)
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4dDavid Usher

Klopp, Van Dijk 9/10 in comfy Liverpool win

Liverpool made it a club-record seven straight wins to start the season as Southampton were blown away, with Van Dijk leading the way.

Liverpool stay top, City sizzle (1:51)
Klopp: Subbing Shaqiri at half-time in Saints win was tactical (0:35)
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4dGlenn Price

Liverpool maintain perfect start

It was game No. 600 in management for Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool boss will have had few more straightforward matches than this one.

Liverpool 3-0 Southampton: Reds maintain 100% record (1:33)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference122nd
Goals Scored14Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded21st