The mouth-watering 2020/2021 English Premier League fixture is finally out with champions Liverpool handed a tough start to their title defence on Sunday, September 13.
In an entertaining start to their season, Jurgen Klopp will face newly promoted Leeds United on their season opener match at Anfield before travelling to Stamford Bridge to clash with Chelsea in their second match.
In an action packed month, the champions will play Arsenal in their third match, Everton in their fifth and Manchester City in match day eight.
This will be Liverpool’s toughest start to their season yet, having waited 30 years to win major silverware in the 2019/2020 season.
Manchester United and Manchester City will have their start moved back by a week because of their late games in Europa and Champions League competitions, to give them more recovery time.
United will begin their season with a game against Crystal Palace as they seek to fight for the title since the retirement of Sir. Alex Ferguson.
The hardest run in for the Old Trafford outfit will be in October where they
are set to Play Tottenham, Newcastle, Chelsea and Arsenal.
The Manchester Derby will be played on December 12 at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, Manchester City will begin their fight to reclaim the title with a tough game away at Wolves before welcoming Leicester City at Etihad in their second match.
They will also host Arsenal at home in their fourth game.
Chelsea and Wolves will have their matches delayed due to their European matches and will begin their season matches away at Brighton and Sheffield on Monday September 14 respectively.
Arsenal will have an easy start to their season as they will play newly promoted Fulham on September 12 before hosting West Ham in their second game.
The league will begin with matches being played in empty stadiums as the FA remains cautious of social distancing due to covid-19 pandemic.
The season will conclude on May 23, 2021.