Liverpool take on Manchester United in their first pre-season friendly in Thailand as pre-season officially kicks off.
The Reds face a familiar foe in United who were easily swept aside last season 5-0 at Old Trafford before losing by four goals to nil at Anfield.
However, United are under new management with the former Ajax boss Eric ten Haag taking over the reins for the first time and he will be keen to start the season in a positive way.
With the new players in each camp and a new manager for United, this pre-season friendly might just have that extra added edge to it on Tuesday in Asia.
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When and Where?
The match will take place in Bangkok, Thailand and will be played at the magnificent Rajamangala Stadium.
It is scheduled for a 14:00 kick-off in the UK, but the timings vary around the world and can be viewed here.
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Ones to Watch
In the Liverpool camp, new signings Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho are ready and primed for their first taste of action in a Red shirt having arrived from Benfica and Fulham respectively.
It could be the chance for a first glimpse of these young talents as well as Tyler Morton, who has been impressing in training and started two Champions League games last season and is only 19.
Eyes will be on Joe Gomez following his new long-term contract deal as fans are pushing for the Englishman to hit the ground running following a frustrating spell of injuries.
Fans will also be keen to see two of their star men up front with Mohamed Salah and January signing Luis Diaz, both of whom will be key men for Liverpool next season.
Liverpool face Crystal Palace on Friday 15th July at the Singapore National Stadium before heading to Germany to face RB Leipzig on Thursday 21st July.
Following that is a trip to Austria to face another Red Bull owned team in RB Salzburg on the 27th of July.
That’s followed by the Community Shield at the King Power stadium against Manchester City on the 30th of July.
Lastly, Liverpool face RC Strasbourg Alsace at Anfield a day after the Community Shield match, before the Reds travel to newly-promoted Fulham six days after.