The start of the new Premier League season is almost upon us, with kick-off matches across the country scheduled for 3pm on September 12. The Premier League has announced the 2020-2021 matches-and you can see them all here.
The postponed season is due to start on the weekend of September 12-13 after a seven-week break following the end of last season, which was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Individual matches will be announced on Thursday morning, meaning teams can start making concrete plans for the new campaign.
It is expected that Manchester city and Manchester United will not participate in the first weekend of the promotion, as they were guaranteed 30 days off after the end of their European campaigns.
City crashed out of the Champions League on 15 August, and United followed suit in the Europa League 24 hours later.
As a result, their campaigns are likely to start a week later in the second round of the match.
Champions Liverpool will host Leeds United in the Battle of the Premier League and Championship Champions on the opening day of the top season.