Liverpool meanwhile will take on newly-promoted Norwich at Anfield on Friday evening in the first Premier League match of the new season.
And the new Premier League fixture list – which you can see in full here – also sees Tottenham host Championship play-off winners Aston Villa on Saturday evening and Arsenal travel to Rafa Benitez's Newcastle on Sunday afternoon.
Liverpool v Norwich kicks off the weekend's action on Friday evening before West Ham v Man City in Saturday's early kick-off. BT Sport will broadcast the 12.30pm matches on Saturday during the 2019/20 campaign.
To view your team’s Premier League fixtures next season simply click on your club from the following list to discover who your club will be facing and when from the weekend of August 10th onwards.
Arsenal | Aston Villa | Bournemouth | Brighton & Hove Albion | Burnley | Chelsea | Crystal Palace | Everton | Leicester City | Liverpool | Manchester City | Manchester United | Newcastle | Norwich City | Sheffield United | Southampton | Tottenham | Watford | West Ham | Wolves.
BT Sport will be broadcasting more Premier League fixtures than ever next season with 52 matches shown exclusively live from the best league in world football – 10 more than last campaign.
Subscribers can watch all 52 of these matches as Manchester City bid to win a third successive title having been pushed all the way by Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in 2018/19.
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All 52 of the matches are available in stunning ultra-high definition on 4K UHD on TV or via the revolutionary enhanced video player on either BTSport.com or the award-winning BT Sport app – with interactive timelines and multi-camera replay functionality.
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And for the first time you'll be able to watch all the season's selections on the big screen thanks to the introduction of the large screen app – available on Xbox, Samsung Smart TVs, Apple TVs and PlayStation.
Premier League Matchday 1 Fixtures*
Liverpool v Norwich City - 8pm, Friday August 9th
West Ham v Man City - 12.30pm, Saturday August 10th
Bournemouth v Sheffield United
Burnley v Southampton
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester v Wolves
Watford v Brighton
Tottenham v Aston Villa - 5.30pm, Saturday August 10th
Newcastle United v Arsenal - 2pm, Sunday August 11th
Manchester United v Chelsea - 4.30pm, Sunday August 11th
All fixtures set for Saturday 10th August at 3pm unless stated
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