Premier League Fixtures 2021/22 Announced: These are the Opening Day Games. Premier League Fans don’t have to wait long to witness last season’s champions Manchester City clash with their bitter rivals Manchester United, as the two are slated to meet on November 6 at Old Trafford. Naturally, Ole will be under pressure to continue his form from last season, with the Red’s hosting this classic match.
Manchester City, who suffered the worst start but as champions, has still achieved the 12-point gap so that they won’t be too concerned about their complex set of matches throughout the opening weeks. However, City faces a struggle early as they face brutal battles throughout the first month and host the first match to Tottenham.
The absolute pressure to deliver will be on Arteta as his team needs to start performing this year since it failed last season for European football. Still, Gunners’ management didn’t do any favors with the transfer market. A trip to Brentford on the first day of the season may be as good as a 3-0 win in Fulham, but Bees are an inconceivable, dangerous group who may easily shock their distinguished neighbors.
The Reds have the opportunity to take advantage to mount considerable pressure due to their fixtures but. In contrast, the opening-day game between Manchester United and Leeds is challenging. The so-called Big Six will not be up to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the showdown starts on 23 October. Thus, giving him ample time to gain an advantage.
Liverpool seems like the standout from the Boxing Day games at Leeds home. A trip to Norwich City, followed by the Burnley home game they won in Anfield last year, will open up Jurgen Klopp’s team. A journey to Leeds against Chelsea follows a home match, so although there is undoubtedly a dangerous aspect in these first matches, it is a balanced start to the season of 2019-20.
Opening Day Fixtures:
Brentford v Arsenal
Burnley v Brighton
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Everton v Southampton
Leicester City v Wolves
Manchester United v Leeds
Newcastle v West Ham
Norwich v Liverpool
Tottenham v Manchester City
Watford v Aston Villa
The season is set to get underway on the weekend of August 14.
Reporter, Guardian Staff. “Premier League Fixtures 2021–22: Manchester City Start Title Defence at Spurs.” The Guardian, 16 June 2021, www.theguardian.com/football/2021/jun/16/premier-league-fixtures-2021-22-manchester-city-start-title-defence-at-spurs-harry-kane-manchester-united-leeds.
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