Supercomputer predicts the 2019/20 Premier League table after fixtures release

Premier League opening day fixtures appear to have been leaked

And it doesn't get any easier for the last season's Europa League runners-up, with a trip to Champions League holders Liverpool up next before the first north London derby of the season against Tottenham to round off August.

It always seems to happen on the eve of every Premier League fixture reveal - a list of games for the opening weekend of the season is leaked.

Guardiola's men open their campaign the following day at West Ham before hosting Tottenham in their first home game.

The potential meeting with Southampton will be the Blues' first Premier League game without star man Eden Hazard after he joined Spanish giants Real Madrid for a reported fee of £130 million.

The first Merseyside derby of the season will come in December, with Everton travelling to Anfield provisionally on the 4th December.

Newcastle United will begin the 2019/20 Premier League campaign at home to Arsenal on August 11th.


The last time Liverpool started the season at home to the Canaries was in 1976/77.

The Hammers have not played a Boxing Day home game in the three years since moving to Stratford.

In the 2017-18 season, he missed 33 games due to a hamstring injury (Transfermarkt) and in the recently concluded campaign, mostly, he was either on the bench or not in the squad at all.

Liverpool host United - set for a rebuild under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - on January 18 having made the trip to Old Trafford in October this year.

Liverpool face a tough test at Leicester, Brighton will visit Tottenham but the standout game is at Molineux where Manchester City will take on a Wolves side who will again be pushing for Europe this season.

Champions League commitments could complicate matters further for both City and Liverpool in 2019-20, but the title race might well go to the wire for the second season in a row.

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