Sky Sports has added seven live Barclays Premier League matches to its New Year line-up, with the Jurgen Klopp's first tussle with Manchester United on January 17th the clear highlight.
Having taken over amid plenty of fanfare earlier in the season, Klopp has so far found life on Merseyside far from straightforward, although a win over their arch rivals is sure to make him a hero with the fans.
This has been a game that has never been short of incident and will undoubtedly provide plenty of entertainment this time around.
There are likely to be fireworks too at the Emirates as Arsenal host London rivals Chelsea.
The Gunners feature twice in the latest round of televised games, travelling to Stoke on January 17th.
Meanwhile, struggling Aston Villa host high-flying Leicester City in a Midlands derby at Villa Park on January 16th.
|Sat 5 Dec||Chelsea v Bournemouth||5.30pm|
|Sun 6 Dec||Newcastle United v Liverpool||4pm|
|Mon 7 Dec||Everton v Crystal Palace||8pm|
|Sat 12 Dec||Bournemouth v Manchester United||5.30pm|
|Sun 13 Dec||Aston Villa v Arsenal||1.30pm|
|Sun 13 Dec||Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United||4pm|
|Mon 14 Dec||Leicester City v Chelsea||8pm|
|Sat 19 Dec||Newcastle United v Aston Villa||5.30pm|
|Sun 20 Dec||Watford v Liverpool||1.30pm|
|Sun 20 Dec||Swansea City v West Ham United||4pm|
|Mon 21 De||Arsenal v Manchester City||8pm|
|Sat 26 Dec||Stoke City v Manchester United||12.45pm|
|Sat 2 Jan||Watford v Manchester City||5.30pm|
|Sun 3 Jan||Crystal Palace v Chelsea||1.30pm|
|Sun 3 Jan||Everton v Tottenham Hotspur||4pm|
|Sat 16 Jan||Aston Villa v Leicester City||5.30pm|
|Sun 17 Jan||Liverpool v Manchester United||2.05pm|
|Sun 17 Jan||Stoke City v Arsenal||4.15pm|
|Mon 18 Jan||Swansea City v Watford||8pm*|
|Sat 23 Jan||West Ham United v Manchester City||5.30pm|
|Sun 24 Jan||Everton v Swansea City||1.30pm|
|Sun 24 Jan||Arsenal v Chelsea||4pm*|
|* This fixture will move to 12 noon Sunday 17 January if either team is involved in an FA Cup replay|
The sole Monday Night Football fixture sees Swansea City host Watford on January 18th, with the Welsh side also travelling to Everton for a lunchtime kick-off the following Sunday.
Similarly, the only Saturday evening fixture so far confirmed for the new year is Manchester City's trip to West Ham on the 23rd.
Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “Sky Sports has shown the biggest games in 2015, and we are starting as we mean to go on in 2016 with two huge Super Sundays from Anfield and the Emirates.
"It’s the time of year when we start to see a picture of who is in contention at both ends of the table and Sky Sports is the only place to see the full story of the Premier League.”
The live matches are part of 116 Premier League fixtures to be shown exclusively on Sky Sports this season, alongside coverage of Test Cricket from England's tour of South Africa, the William Hill World Championship Darts and Capital One Cup semi-finals.