With the new Premier League season around the corner, fixtures have just been officially released, ready to add to your calendar.
The opening day sees champions Liverpool host newly-promoted Championship winners Leeds United.
Match-week one begins on Saturday 12 September with six big games on offer (15:00 k/o):
Monday 14 September 2020 (20:00 k/o):
Burnley vs Manchester United and Manchester City vs Aston Villa have been postponed until a later date due to the Manchester clubs’ involvement in European competitions last season. They will begin their Premier League campaign in match-week two on Saturday 19 September.
Defending champions Liverpool have been handed a tough start as the Reds visit Chelsea on their second game of the season, before hosting the Gunners on their third game. The first Merseyside derby sees the Toffees host defending champions Liverpool on 17 October – the very same day Manchester City host Arsenal.
Manchester United have a tough few games towards the end of Autumn. They first take on Chelsea at Old Trafford on 24 October, and one week later they host Arsenal.
Bitter rivals Manchester City bid to triumph over Liverpool on 7 November as the champions travel to the Etihad, and two weeks later, City visit North London where they will take on Spurs.
The first North London derby of the season takes place on Saturday 5 December – the Gunners take a trip to Tottenham where they will hope to get the upper hand of their long-term rivals.
The first Manchester derby takes place just one week after the North London Derby – 12 December. This time around, the Red Devils host Pep Guardiola’s City as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope to one-up his main rival.
All three promoted clubs have a tough run-in of games during their first month (Sep 12 – Oct 3):
How will the new boys do in their first season back in the top flight?
The last day of the season is Sunday 23 May, and despite the fact it is a long way away, the title could be decided on this very day if it goes down to the wire (16:00 k/o):
Take a look at the Premier League’s full fixture list here!