Those are crazy fixtures. Seriously need every player fit and firing to get through and it’s me being realistic rather than overconfident.— Donald Gotze (@AningoGotze) August 30, 2018 Liverpool’s fixture run!! 😱😱😱😱15th sep: Tottenham vs Liverpool 18th sep: Napoli vs Liverpool 22nd sep: Liverpool vs Southampton 25th sep: Liverpool vs Chelsea 29th sep: Chelsea vs Liverpool 03th Oct: Liverpool vs PSG 7th Oct: Liverpool vs Manchester City— HP (@HPetter) August 30, 2018 Jurgen Klopp has a daunting run of fixtures to contend with after the international break 2 Liverpool’s next 7 fixtures after the international break are mad for a 4 week period🤯 That will make or break our team #LFC— Jack Austin (@JackAustin1x) August 31, 2018 Then, in the space of just one week they face Chelsea twice; in the Carabao Cup at home, and then in the league at Stamford Bridge.Their nightmare run of fixtures is then finished off by welcoming Neymar and Co. to Anfield before a potential title-decider already against Manchester City.While Liverpool fans may be resenting their draw, there are plenty of unforgiving rival fans who have mercilessly teased the Reds over their draw.Check out the best Tweets below! Liverpool’s fixtures list is actually disgusting man— Callum (@CallumMoran10) August 30, 2018 Looking at Liverpool fixtures for September, I’m surprised that they haven’t started a petition 😂— Gage (@willgagex) August 31, 2018 2 Liverpool fans have been mocked by their rivals on social media after being handed a tough Champions League group.Last year’s beaten finalists were accused of taking an ‘easier’ path en route to their clash with Real Madrid, but there can be no complaints if they manage to repeat the feat. Liverpool’s next 7 fixtures:Leicester SpursPSGSouthampton Chelsea (cup)Chelsea (league)Man City Liverpool fans: pic.twitter.com/KnuYNZdL9U— Michael Baiden (@baiden_michael) August 31, 2018 Liverpool are gonna be tested over the next two months. Their fixtures are tough!— Lazer Xavier (@LarryCK) August 31, 2018 The Reds fell agonisingly short against Real Madrid in the Champions League showpiece last year mad. Liverpool genuinely have a harder set of fixtures in the group stages than they did in their entire campaign last season ffs— rk (@RK98v2) August 30, 2018 Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain and Serie A giants Napoli stand in the way of the Reds, as well as Red Star Belgrade – who came through the qualifying rounds.It means they will face seven fixtures in the space of just 22 days which could make or break their season already.After the first international break, Jurgen Klopp’s men will travel to London for a trough Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur.That is followed by their first Champions League game against Napoli in Italy and then a home game against Southampton.