Manchester United will begin their Premier League campaign at home to Chelsea after the fixtures for the 2019-2020 season were confirmed on Thursday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to begin his first full season in charge on August 11, with a clash against the Europa League winners, who may likely employ a new manager, after reports claim Maurizio Sarri may leave the club this summer.
Manchester City, reigning champions, will be hoping to defend their title and continue their impressive record away at West Ham United on August 10.
Liverpool, runners-up, will kick off the new campaign on August 9, at home against Norwich, newly promoted side, while Arsenal begin the new season against Newcastle.
🚨 Announce 2019/20 #PLfixtures 🚨
The first Manchester derby of the season is expected in the first week of December at City, while United host the champions in the first week of March 2020.
The 380 Premier League fixtures for the 2019/20 season were released on June 13.
Here are key fixtures for the new season:
Aug. 11: Manchester United vs. Chelsea
Aug. 17: Manchester City vs. Tottenham
Aug. 24: Liverpool vs. Arsenal
Aug. 31: Arsenal vs. Tottenham
Sept. 28: Manchester United vs. Arsenal
Oct. 19: Manchester United vs. Liverpool
Nov. 9: Liverpool vs. Manchester City
Nov. 23: Manchester City vs. Chelsea
Dec. 4: Liverpool vs. Everton
Dec. 7: Manchester City vs. Manchester United
Dec. 14: Arsenal vs. Manchester City
Dec. 28: Arsenal vs. Chelsea
Jan. 1: Arsenal vs. Manchester United
Jan 18: Liverpool vs. Manchester United
Jan 22: Chelsea vs. Arsenal
Feb. 1: Tottenham vs. Manchester City
Feb. 8: Chelsea vs. Manchester United
Feb. 29: Manchester City vs. Arsenal
Mar. 7: Manchester United vs. Manchester City
Mar 14: Everton vs. Liverpool
Mar. 21: Chelsea vs. Manchester City
April 4: Manchester City vs. Liverpool
April 25: Tottenham vs. Arsenal
May 2: Arsenal vs. Liverpool
May 9: Liverpool vs. Chelsea
The full 2019/20 EPL match fixtures can be seen here.