Premier League fixtures 2019-20: Chelsea face tricky start against Man United

Premier League fixtures 2019-20: Chelsea face tricky start against Man United

- Premier League fixtures for 2019-20 season have been made public

- Chelsea will commence their new season with a home game against Man United

- Arsenal will begin their quest for honours with an away trip against Newcastle

Last season, Chelsea kicked-off their campaign in a fantastic form, winning their opening five fixtures in the Premier League under Italian boss Maurizio Sarri.

However, Sarri may be missing from the dugout when Chelsea commence hostilities for the 2019-20 season, with speculation over the Italian tactician’s future as the Blues look forward to another commanding start.

Chelsea are currently facing off the pitch issues, with an imminent two-window transfer ban from FIFA, alongside the exit of star player, Eden Hazard, to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

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On the other hand, long term injuries to the trio of Reuben Loftus-Cheek, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James are viewed as setback ahead of the new season.

However, Chelsea fans will be looking forward with high expectations, to see how Christian Pulisic kick-off his Chelsea career.

See Chelsea's full fixtures for 2019-20 Premier League campaign:

August

11: Manchester United, 4.30pm (a)

17: Leicester City, 3pm (h)

24: Norwich City, 3pm (a)

31: Sheffield United, 3pm (h)

September

14: Wolverhampton, 3pm (a)

21: Liverpool, 3pm (h)

28: Brighton, 3pm (h)

October

5: Southampton, 3pm (a)

19: Newcastle United, 3pm (h)

26: Burnley, 3pm (a)

November

2: Watford, 3pm (a)

9: Crystal Palace, 3pm (h)

23: Manchester City 3pm (a)

30: West Ham United, 3pm (h)

December

4: Aston Villa, 7.45pm (h)

7: Everton, 3pm (a)

14: Bournemouth, 3pm (h)

21: Tottenham Hotspur, 3pm (a)

26: Southampton, 3pm (h)

28: Arsenal, 3pm (a)

January

1: Brighton, 3pm (a)

11: Burnley, 3pm (h)

18: Newcastle United, 3pm (a)

22: Arsenal, 7.45pm (h)

February

1: Leicester City, 3pm (a)

8: Manchester United, 3pm (h)

22: Tottenham Hotspur, 3pm (h)

29: Bournemouth, 3pm (a)

March

7: Everton, 3pm (h)

14: Aston Villa, 3pm (a)

21: Manchester City, 3pm (h)

April

4: West Ham United, 3pm (a)

11: Watford, 3pm (h)

18: Crystal Palace, 3pm (a)

25: Sheffield United, 3pm (a)

May

2: Norwich City, 3pm (h)

9: Liverpool, 3pm (a)

17: Wolverhampton, 3pm (h)

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