Liverpool have been handed a rare fixture boost by television rescheduling, with the Reds enjoying the biggest gap of any Premier League team between their first and last game of the festive period. Jurgen Klopp’s side kick off a four-game Christmas spell against Wolves on Friday, December 21. And their trip to Manchester City on Thursday, January 3 is the final fixture of the schedule, meaning no other team has as much time between their games. Follow the latest Liverpool news – including Salah’s injury – here. It means Liverpool have 312 hours between their first and last game. Title rivals Manchester City have one day fewer to prepare for their Etihad clash, and an overall gap of 293 hours. Read More Must-read Liverpool FC stories from the past 24 hours Liverpool and City make up the top two, while Chelsea are mid-table with 268 hours. Everton have the shortest length between the their bookend fixtures, with 212 hours passing; Tottenham have just a further five hours. Manchester United and Jose Mourinho, meanwhile, have a gap of 266 hours.