The Premier League fixture list will be revealed at 9am today, with Fulham, West Brom and Leeds fans set to find out who their teams will face in their return to the top division. Premier League champions Liverpool will also find out who they start their title defence against. With that in mind, Express Sport has plugged in the supercomputer to predict the opening day’s fixtures.
The Premier League will return on September 12 behind closed doors, giving teams competing in Europe a limited window to recover.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the season only ended on July 26, much later than it would have under any other circumstances.
Liverpool were made to wait until the season resumed to wrap up the league title – their first in 30 years.
And our supercomputer predicts they’ll start their title defence at Anfield against Southampton.
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The Reds beat Southampton twice last season on their route to the title, and could have an improved squad if they are able to get a deal for Thiago Alcantara over the line beforehand.
Manchester City, who missed out on the title by 18 points, will take part in the standout fixture of the opening weekend, if the prediction is to be believed.
The predicted fixture list has them starting their campaign against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in a mouth-watering game.
The Citizens have been busy this summer to bring in Nathan Ake for £40million and Ferran Torres for £21m.
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And Chelsea are set to make Kai Havertz their most expensive signing of all time, adding the £70m man to their spending spree which includes £53m Timo Werner and £37.5m Hakim Ziyech.
Manchester United, who finished the season in great form, storming to third place thanks to a late surge, are set to start their campaign at home against Crystal Palace, a game they lost 2-1 last year.
The Red Devils will hope they have Jadon Sancho lining up on the right wing when they host the Eagles, as they continue to hold out hope of signing the Borussia Dortmund ace.
Arsenal, who will start the season against Liverpool in the Community Shield, will open their league campaign against Everton at the Emirates, the supercomputer predicts.
West Brom vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Aston Villa vs Fulham
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Liverpool vs Southampton
Leicester vs West Ham
Tottenham vs Leeds
Chelsea vs Manchester City
Sheffield United vs Burnley
Arsenal vs Everton
Newcastle United vs Wolves
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