2019 Schedule

All times ET

2019 Schedule
28-2-2, 1st in English Premier League
Liverpool need young talent to help peaking stars (1:22)
7m
Photo by PETER POWELL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images
48mTom Hamilton

Klopp won't promise youngsters will get minutes

Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool will not be giving "Premier League games away like sweets" and will not rotate players for the sake of it.

Steve Nicol & Paolo Maldini comparisons surface again (2:03)
1h
Klopp defiant despite heavy loss to Man City (1:57)
5h
Liverpool being thrashed 'doesn't really matter' (1:01)
17h
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18hESPN

Man City cruise past error-prone Liverpool

Manchester City generously applauded new champions Liverpool onto the field -- and then promptly showed no mercy by beating them 4-0 at the Etihad.

Mark Ogden Senior Writer, ESPN FC 

Manchester City afford newly-crowned Premier League champions a Guard of Honour prior to Thursday's league game at the Etihad Stadium. City have won the last two league titles, but Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool ended the club's 30-year wait for the championship seven days ago to dethrone Pep Guardiola's team.

Will De Bruyne shock the Prem and win PFA POTY? (2:06)
2d
Klopp: We will attack the title, not defend it (0:42)
2d
Did Mane or Salah have greater influence on Liverpool's title? (2:10)
1d
Guardiola: I would have loved for Sane to stay (0:42)
2d
Premier League join Liverpool in condemning title celebrations (1:58)
3d
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3dESPN

Ex-Liverpool ace: Guard of Honour 'nonsense'

Former Liverpool man Danny Murphy said it is "nonsense" for Manchester City to give the newly crowned Premier League champions a guard of honour.

2019-20 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool322822+4586
Manchester City322138+4866
Leicester City321679+2955
Chelsea3216610+1354
Manchester United3214108+2052
Wolverhampton Wanderers3213136+1152
Sheffield United3212119+147
Arsenal3211138+646
Tottenham Hotspur3212911+745
Burnley3213613-945
Everton3212812-744
Crystal Palace3211912-942
Newcastle United3211912-1042
Southampton3212416-1440
Brighton & Hove Albion3271213-1033
West Ham United328618-1830
Watford3261016-2028
Aston Villa327619-2427
AFC Bournemouth327619-2427
Norwich City325621-3521

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference452nd
Goals Scored702nd
Assists562nd
Goals Conceded251st