Football supporters across the land can rejoice at the return of the Premier League this weekend.
After two weeks away due to the international schedule, the fixture list has thrown up what promises to be a number of exhilarating clashes.
Saturday’s late kick-off sees Liverpool visit Manchester City, which means Raheem Sterling up against his former club for the first time since his £49million transfer. After agitating for the exit during his last six months at Anfield, Sterling is sure to get a frosty reception from the travelling Reds.
Klopp could not have a tougher fixture to try and rectify the 2-1 defeat at home by Crystal Palace before the international fixtures.
Sterling taking on his former side will dominate the headlines but a defeat combined with a win for Manchester United would leave Liverpool 10 points off fourth place on Saturday evening.