Liverpool are set to face Manchester City on the 25th November.
The Reds are currently second in the Premier League, just one point behind the Cityzens.
The Anfield club have only lost one Premier League game all season.
The loss was due to no fault of their own however, after VAR made a huge blunder for one of the Reds’ goals.
Meaning, a win against the Cityzens could be a season defining moment for Jurgen Klopp’s men.
The referee for Liverpool’s upcoming matchup has been announced.
Manchester born Chris Kavanagh has been assigned the role of referee.
This is the third time this season that Kavanagh has officiated for the Reds.
The previous two times have been in earlier wins against Nottingham Forest and West Ham.
His assistants for the match are Simon Bennett and Dan Robathan.
The fourth official for the game is Thomas Bramall.
With Stuart Attwell taking the reins as head VAR and Tim Wood assisting.
The game could go either way with both sides missing some key players.
Guardiola’s side have a long list of players who are supposedly injured.
The likes of Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne and Ederson are just a few of the big names who have missed their recent international games.
If the players who Guardiola claims are injured do miss the game, Liverpool may come out of the bout unscathed.
However, it still won’t be an easy matchup with the rivalry between the pair being fiercer than ever.
As previously mentioned, despite being just a third of the way through the season, winning on The 25th November could be the difference between winning the Premier League and losing it.
As Jurgen Klopp is on the hunt for his second title, there is no better time for LFC to play to their very best.