The 2020-21 Premier League season will get underway on September 12, with reigning champions Liverpool opening the defence of their title at home to newly-promoted Leeds.
Elsewhere in the first round of fixtures, Manchester United make the short trip to Burnley, Arsenal take in a London derby date at Fulham, Manchester City play host to Aston Villa and Chelsea travel to Brighton.
Jose Mourinho and Tottenham kick off on home soil against Everton, Leicester go to Midlands rivals West Brom, Sheffield United welcome Wolves to Bramall Lane, West Ham play host to Newcastle and Crystal Palace entertain Southampton.
The games will come thick and fast from that point in the new campaign, with divisions around the world still playing catch-up on the back of coronavirus-enforced disruption in 2019-20.
More to follow…