Man City (H) – March 2
Liverpool are currently three points behind Manchester United in fifth for the Europa League spot, and they will be keen to finish above their great rivals.
One of their key games in the run-in will be the home fixture against United’s rivals, City, who they beat 4-1 at the Etihad last year.
Southampton (A) – March 20
Lying in sixth, the Saints are well in the running for a spot in Europe, and Jurgen Klopp will surely see the trip to the South Coast to get an advantage over one of their rivals in the table.
Of course, the game also has added incentive for some of the Reds’ stars – Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne all moved to Anfield from St Mary’s.
Tottenham (H) – April 2
Spurs may well be title contenders, but Liverpool will know they have to take points off the sides above them to achieve as high a finish as is possible.
The Reds will relish the visit of Pochettino’s side, in what should be a high intensity match with lots of pressing on show!