Here’s what you need to know …….
The season starts on Saturday September 12 after just a seven-week break following the conclusion of the 2019/20 campaign, which was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Among the opening weekend games, defending champions Liverpool have a standout clash with newly-promoted Leeds United at Anfield.
However, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Wolves have been given extra time off by the Premier League having reached the knockout stages of European competition.
Chelsea and Wolves have been afforded a few days’ extra rest and will begin their campaigns on Monday September 14, while United and City – whose European exits came just four weeks before the start of the new Premier League season – will sit out the first round of matches completely and not start until the weekend of September 19.
See fixtures here……