The dates of the classics in the Premier League

The dates of the classics in the Premier League

The second weekend of action in the 2020/21 season will feature the first crossover between the greats.

The Premier League 2020/21 You already know your match schedule for the season that will begin the weekend of September 12. On that opening day, the champion Liverpool will start his way to the defense of the title against the newly promoted Leeds United.

In addition to what the draw brought with the crosses of the first day, the dates of the classics or duels between the great teams of England were also delineated. Precisely, the Reds se Jürgen Klopp are protagonists of the first great clash: it will be measured with Chelsea on September 19 at Stamford Bridge.

A week later, the Merseyside team will collide at Anfield with Arsenal in what represents an intense and breathless start to the new campaign.

In addition, Manchetser United will play José Mourinho’s Tottenham on October 3, while Manchester City and Liverpool will meet on November 7. And the Mancunian derby to be played first at Old Trafford is scheduled for December 12.

Premier 2020/21 Highlights:

September 19 – Chelsea v Liverpool
September 26 – Liverpool v Arsenal
October 3 – Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
October 17 – Everton v Liverpool
October 17 – Manchester City v Arsenal
October 24 – Manchester United v Chelsea
October 31 – Manchester United v Arsenal
November 7 – Manchester City v Liverpool
November 21 – Tottenham v Manchester City
November 28 – Chelsea v Tottenham
December 5 – Tottenham v Arsenal
December 12 – Manchester United v Manchester City
December 19 – Manchester United v Leeds United
December 26 – Arsenal v Chelsea
January 16 – Liverpool v Manchester United
January 30 – Arsenal v Manchester United
February 3 – Tottenham v Chelsea
February 20 – Liverpool v Everton
February 27 – Chelsea v Manchester United
March 6 – Manchester City v Manchester United
March 13 – Arsenal v Tottenham
April 24 – Leeds United v Manchester United
May 1 – Manchester United v Liverpool
May 8 – Manchester City v Chelsea
May 12 – Chelsea v Arsenal

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