When Liverpool play next as Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal fixtures await in Premier League
Liverpool were one of a number of Premier League clubs not in action this weekend and subsequently found themselves with a rare game week off ahead of the final international break of the regular season.
Originally scheduled to host Fulham at Anfield on Saturday afternoon, Jurgen Klopp's side saw their Premier League encounter with the Whites postponed due to Marco Silva's side's progress in this year's FA Cup. The Londoners travel to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon and will go head-to-head with Manchester United for a place in the final four of the game's oldest national trophy. The winner will face either Brighton and Hove Albion, Sheffield United or Manchester City at Wembley.
For the Reds, it means ahead of next week's international break, where twelve senior players will jet off to join up with their international counterparts, they will be forced to chew off the fat of their deflating defeat to Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu for a little longer as they don't find themselves back in action until April 1, when they travel to Manchester City in the Premier League.
Three days later, Klopp's side will venture to West London to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge before rounding off a potentially season-defining eight days by welcoming Arsenal to Anfield on Sunday, April 9.
Currently sitting seven points outside of the Champions League qualification places, Liverpool have 12 games remaining of the Premier League season to try and leapfrog Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur to the final qualification spot, to ensure they don't miss out on a place in Europe's premier competition for the first time since 2016.
Here are Liverpool's next six Premier League fixtures.
Manchester City (A), April 1
Chelsea (A), April 4
Arsenal (H), April 9
Leeds United (A), April 17
Nottingham Forest, April 22
West Ham United (A), April 26