2020/21 Premier League fixtures published
The fixtures for the upcoming Premier League season have been confirmed.
Champions Liverpool will begin the defence of their crown against newly promoted Leeds United on the opening weekend.
Among the fixtures on the opening weekend Tottenham will entertain Everton and Fulham will host Arsenal.
Due to their prolonged runs in European competition, Manchester United and Manchester City will sit out the opening weekend - United were due to travel to Burnley while Man City were to face Aston Villa.
That means the Red Devils will kick off their season at home to Crystal Place on September 19th, with City travelling to face Wolves on the same day.
The new season will kick off on September 12th with 6 fixtures, with two on Monday September 14th..
You can view all the fixtures HERE.
The opening weekend's fixtures:
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Fulham v Arsenal
Liverpool v Leeds United
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City
West Ham United v Newcastle United
Brighton v Chelsea
Sheffield Utd v Wolves
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