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2020/21 Premier League fixtures released

It is incredibly hard to believe that we are already at the doorstep of another season having just finished a few weeks ago, yet by this date 1 year ago, Arsenal had already played 2 matches and had two wins with 6/6 points. While the season fell off the rails from that point on, plenty of things toward the end of the Gunner’s season should give you hope that this year could be better.

Today Arsenal announced the 2020/21 Premier League season’s schedule and it looks like it’s a matchup at Fullham to start things off! Arsenal’s first game back home will be their second fixture when West Ham comes to The Emirates for a London Derby.

The end of September through October looks to be a daunting stretch as Arsenal play Liverpool (A), Sheffield United (H), Man City (A), Leicester (H), Man United (A) in just over a month.

Image from Arsenal.com

Get your calendars out people!

Sept.

  • Sept. 12 – Fullham (A)
  • Sept. 19 – West Ham (H)
  • Sept. 26 – Liverpool (A)

Oct.

  • Oct. 3 – Sheffield United (H)
  • Oct. 17 – Manchester City (A)
  • Oct. 21 – Leicester (H)
  • Oct. 31 – Manchester United (A)

Nov.

  • Nov. 7 – Aston Villa (H)
  • Nov. 21 – Leeds (A)
  • Nov. 28 – Wolves (H)

Dec.

  • Dec. 5 – Tottenham (A)
  • Dec. 12 – Burnley (H)
  • Dec. 15 – Southampton (H)
  • Dec. 19 – Everton (A)
  • Dec. 26 – Chelsea (H)
  • Dec. 28 – Brighton (A)

Jan.

  • Jan. 2 – West Brom (A)
  • Jan. 12 – Crystal Palace (H)
  • Jan. 16 – Newcastle (H)
  • Jan. 27 – Southampton (A)
  • Jan. 30 – Man United (H)

Feb.

  • Feb. 2 – Wolves (A)
  • Feb. 6 – Aston Villa (A)
  • Feb. 13 – Leeds (H)
  • Feb. 20 – Man City (H)
  • Feb. 27 – Leicester (A)

Mar.

  • Mar. 6 – Burnley (A)
  • Mar. 13 – Tottenham (H)
  • Mar. 20 – West Ham (A)

Apr.

  • Apr. 3 – Liverpool (H)
  • Apr. 10 – Sheffield United (A)
  • Apr. 17 – Fullham (H)
  • Apr. 24 – Everton (H)

May

  • May 1 – Newcastle (A)
  • May 8 – West Brom (H)
  • May 12 – Chelsea (A)
  • May 15 – Palace (A)
  • May 23 – Brighton (H)

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