The 2019/20 Premier League fixtures have been revealed and among the first encounters in gameweek one will be Manchester United against Chelsea on Sunday 11 August.
Football fans can look forward to a total of 380 Premier League games in the upcoming season.
The season's curtain raiser slated for Sunday, August 4 when runners up Liverpool face League champions Manchester City in the Community Shield.
Newly promoted Norwich will face current Champions League winners Liverpool in a baptism of fire on Friday, August 9.
Tottenham equally face a tricky start as they will have Manchester City and Arsenal to face in their first four games.
Liverpool and Chelsea will clash in the Uefa Super Cup on Wednesday August 14, few days after the opening weekend.
It will be Chelsea's first Premier League game without the services of Eden Hazard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be slightly relieved as he will not have to worry over the Belgian's presence.