Settle in and enjoy highlights of four more classic Liverpool matches with Retro Reds: The Golden Hour on LFCTV tonight.

With Premier League football suspended, each weekend we are delving into the archives to bring you footage from the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s that you may never have seen before.

So, tune in to LFCTV at 10.30pm BST this evening to enjoy the best of the action from four memorable First Division encounters.

Here’s a flavour of what’s coming up tonight…

Aston Villa (h) – May 3, 1980

Going into the penultimate fixture of the Football League season in 1979-80, Liverpool stood on the brink of another league championship triumph. Just two points were required at home to Aston Villa and a capacity crowd packed into Anfield to cheer Bob Paisley’s side on.

Newcastle United (a) – September 20, 1987

Liverpool were looking to build on their impressive start to the season when they made this trip north. For Peter Beardsley, a club-record signing earlier that summer, it was a return to his former home but the post-match headlines would go to an unlikely goalscoring hero.

Everton (h) – November 7, 1981

Anfield was the venue for the first Merseyside derby of the 1981-82 season and it was to be a profitable afternoon for Liverpool’s front two – the old master Kenny Dalglish and his young apprentice Ian Rush, who netted the first of his record-breaking haul against the Blues.

Chelsea (a) – May 3, 1986

The climax to Dalglish’s first season as player-manager was remarkable even by Liverpool’s previous high standards and after being written off earlier in the campaign, the title was now within touching distance. Just one more win was required and a tense afternoon lay in store.

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