Published: Thu, June 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Premier League 2019/20 fixtures for opening day allegedly leaked online

Premier League 2019/20 fixtures for opening day allegedly leaked online

All the key dates for West Ham United have been revealed after the Premier League fixtures were announced.

They meet at Anfield in November but the reverse fixture in early April could well be the game that decides the titles.

That means the Blues are liklely to be at home the following day and, as a result, are likely to begin the campaign away from home the previous weekend.

The Boxing Day fixtures include Manchester City's trip to Wolves as well as Manchester United's home clash with Newcastle.

In those opening matches Everton only face one of last season's top six sides - with Manchester City making a visit to Goodison Park in late September. That game already looks like a potential title decider.

Like last season, Liverpool are at home in the first of their two meetings with the defending champions, hosting City on November 9.

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Chelsea will begin life without the influential Eden Hazard at Old Trafford with United in need of a fast start after a dismal end to last season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Christmas period could be where Newcastle pick up some valuable points, with Newcastle facing Sheffield United, Southampton, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Everton, along with a hard Boxing Day trip to Old Trafford.

It's a tricky run-in for Klopp's men - who collected nine wins from their final nine games last season.

May opens with Arsenal entertaining the European champions and a week later takes Chelsea to the red half of Merseyside.

City are at home on the final day, with Norwich City heading to the Etihad Stadium, and prior to that game they face Southampton, Newcastle United, Brighton, Bournemouth and Watford in a seemingly kind sequence.

Klopp's men will then have back-to-back outings against Tottenham and Manchester United in January, while Chelsea welcome Arsenal to Stamford Bridge.

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