The 2021-22 Premier League season will get underway on August 14, with reigning champions Manchester City opening the defense of their title away at Tottenham.
Elsewhere in the first round of fixtures, Arsenal and European champions Chelsea will both take in London derby dates, with the former travelling to Premier League new boys Brentford and the latter hosting Crystal Palace.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United will welcome old foes Leeds United to Old Trafford, while Liverpool take on Championship winners Norwich City at Carrow Road.
FA Cup winners Leicester City are set to face Wolves, managerless Everton have a clash with Southampton to prepare for, Burnley will face Brighton, Newcastle United have a date with West Ham and the final newly-promoted outfit Watford have a home game against Aston Villa.
The new campaign will follow the traditional format of running through to May 22 next year after the 2020-21 campaign had to be shortened to fit in more games amid the coronavirus pandemic
The first Manchester derby of the season will take place at Old Trafford on November 6, with the Merseyside derby to follow at the end of the month and the Red Devils in action once more against Arsenal.
Boxing Day has thrown up some exciting clashes as Liverpool will play Leeds, City have Leicester to contend with and Tottenham face London rivals Crystal Palace.
New Year’s Day, meanwhile, will see Chelsea take on the Reds and Arsenal welcome the defending champions to Emirates Stadium.
City have another date with Chelsea on January 15, and the second north London derby of 2021-22 will be undertaken on the same day.