Liverpool fixtures: the Reds' next five games after Merseyside derby win

Liverpool can head into the next five fixtures confident and in good form, having secured a 2-0 Merseyside derby win which propelled them to third in the Premier League.

After the disappointment of gaining just one point from away trips to Tottenham and Brighton, it was pivotal that the Reds bounced back straight away after the international break, and who better to play to get back to winning ways than Everton?

It wasn't the most glamorous of games from either side, but Liverpool – and more specifically Mohamed Salah – won the game, which is ultimately all that matters.

However, the result is only meaningful if it is followed up by a flurry of good results, and with the club's fixtures over the next month looking promising to say the least, there are no excuses.

Here's what games await Liverpool in their next five fixtures.

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After the derby, the Reds get a change of pace with the return of Europa League action.

Toulouse currently sit 10th in France's Ligue 1, and the last time these two faced one another was back in 2007, with Liverpool winning 4-0.

Expect plenty of rotation and a chance for the likes of Jarell Quansah and Ben Doak (if fit) to strut their stuff once again as Jurgen Klopp seeks three European wins on the bounce.

Liverpool vs Toulouse, 20:00 BST, 26/10


Liverpool's final Premier League game of October sees them play host to Nottingham Forest, currently 15th in the table on just ten points under former Reds youth coach Steve Cooper.

Another ex-Liverpool man, Taiwo Awoniyi, scored the only goal when these two met at the City Ground last season, while Klopp's men came out victorious in a 3-2 thriller at Anfield back in April.

Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest, 14:00 BST, 29/10


The Reds start November with a chance to reach the Carabao Cup quarter finals with a trip to Bournemouth.

Liverpool saw off the Cherries 3-1 already this season back in August and Andoni Iraola's side are on a terrible run, without a win in the Premier League yet in 2023/24.

Lifting a tenth League Cup may not be the priority for Klopp and co this season, but it will become a welcome opportunity, if they are still in the draw for the final eight.

Bournemouth vs Liverpool, 19:45 BST, 1/11


Liverpool's first Premier League fixture of November sees them travel to the much mythologised Kenilworth Road for the first time since 2008.

Luton have struggled with the step up to the Premier League since their promotion, but currently sit marginally outside of the relegation zone on just five points.

The last time these two met in a league game was back in 1992, with the Reds running out 2-1 winners.

Luton Town vs Liverpool, 16:30 BST, 5/11


Just three days later, the Reds will play the reverse fixture against Toulouse and if all goes to plan, they will qualify for the Europa League knockout rounds with two games to spare.

Due to their perfect start in the competition thus far, if Klopp's side beat the French outfit home and away, they will be guaranteed to advance and will be able to continue plotting their path to Dublin next May.

Because of this, it is more likely that Liverpool will field a strong XI and try to get the job finished on the night, which would allow the club's young talent plenty of opportunity for European minutes across the final two group stage games.

Toulouse vs Liverpool, 17:40 BST, 9/11

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