The Premier League announced the schedule for the next season on Thursday morning. Liverpool will start their home season against promoted Leicester.
The fans of EPL clubs were eager to know what the next Premier League season would hold for them. These are now fixed with the publication this Thursday morning of the official calendar of the 2020-2021 season. The English Premier league will officially begins on September 12.
Defending champions Liverpool will start their season at Anfield against promoted side Leeds United. It should also be noted that Manchester City and Manchester United will start their season against Aston Villa and Burnley, but at a later date following their presence in the Champions League and Europa League. As for the other promoted, Fulham will host Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion will face Leicester, also at home
Liverpool derby to be played in October
This first day will end with two matches on Monday 14 September (Brighton – Chelsea and Sheffield United – Wolverhampton). Meanwhile, Tottenham will open the scoring against Everton at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Important dates of the season include the Manchester derby between United and City on 12 December, the Mersey derby between Everton and Liverpool on 17 October and the London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal on 5 December.
This new game from the Premier League also marks the return of the three changes during the matches. After the interruption following the coronavirus pandemic, the clubs adopted the implementation of the five changes. The use of VAR will be increased this season also announces the Premier League. This promises an intense 2020-2021 year