Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (October 17)
This is a very tough game to call, especially as Liverpool have a new manager in Jurgen Klopp.
A draw is the most likely outcome at White Hart Lane, but there could be late drama in this Premier League contest.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Liverpool
Liverpool v Southampton (October 25)
While many will back Liverpool to win this encounter due to the presence of Klopp, Southampton will be confident of getting something.
Playing at Anfield is not easy, but Saints manager Ronald Koeman will come up with a plan which will make sure that his players do not drop all three points.
Liverpool 1-1 Southampton
Chelsea v Liverpool (October 31)
This promises to be a very competitive match, one which will see two managers with different styles take on each other.
Liverpool will fancy their chances of winning at Stamford Bridge due to Chelsea’s struggles this season, and with a little bit of luck they should be able to collect all three points.
Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (November 8)
The result of this game will depend on how Liverpool fare this month under new manager Klopp, but it is hard to see anything but a home win.
While Palace play without fear on the road under boss Alan Pardew, Anfield will be buzzing and the home fans will be in loud voice.
It will not be a very comfortable win for the Reds, though, and they need to be wary of conceding an early goal.
Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace