The English Premier League has officially revealed the fixtures for the 2021-22 season, which commences on the weekend of August 14.
League Champions Manchester City would get their title defence underway at Tottenham Hotspur stadium when the new season starts.
City’s encounter with Tottenham will be a tricky opener in their quest for four league titles in five years, with Spurs seeking to bounce back from a dismal 2020/21 campaign.
Current champions of Europe, Chelsea, will start the season by welcoming Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge while Arsenal will host newly promoted Brentford and Leicester City wil battle with Wolves at the King Power stadium.
Manchester United will lock horns with Leeds United in a mouthwatering encounter at Old Trafford.
Leicester City and Manchester City will clash on Boxing Day while Liverpool will play against Leeds United.
Manchester Derby will take place at Old Trafford on November 6, while the return leg will be played March 5, 2022.
Merseyside derbies will take place on November 30 at Goodison Park and April 23, 2022 at Anfield.
The season’s final round of games takes place on May 22.