Champions Liverpool will host newly-promoted Leeds on the opening weekend of the 2020/21 Premier League season.
Jurgen Klopp’s side, who won the 2019/20 title by 18 points, welcome Leeds back to the Premier League after their 16-year absence on the weekend of September 12, before going to Chelsea on the weekend of September 19.
Liverpool then host Arsenal on September 26, then go to Aston Villa on October 3.
That’s followed by the first Merseyside derby of the campaign on October 17 at Goodison Park, following the international break. The return Merseyside derby at Anfield is scheduled for February 20.
Liverpool go to last season’s nearest challengers Manchester City on November 7, and then host City at Anfield on February 6.
Their busy winter schedule sees Liverpool go to Crystal Palace on December 19, followed by a home game with newly-promoted West Brom on Boxing Day. They then take a trip to Newcastle two days later on December 28, before travelling down to the south coast to face Southampton on January 2.
Liverpool host bitter rivals Manchester United on January 16, and go to Old Trafford on May 1. They face Crystal Palace at Anfield on the final day of the season on May 23.
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