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Premier League Fixture 2019/20, Liverpool host Norwich

The Premier League fixture 2019/20 is out and EPL championsManchester City will travel to West Ham on 10th August.

Champions League winners Liverpool will be entertainingnewly promoted Norwich in the season opener on Friday 9th August.

Champions League runners up Tottenham will be playing againstnewly promoted side Aston Villa as Sheffield face Bournemouth.

All Premier League clubs will go for a short mid-season break in February, the first one in history. Five matches will be playing on one weekend as others take a one week break.

Europa League champions Chelsea have been handed an openingweekend trip to Manchester United on Sunday, 11th August.

The season opener will see Liverpool battle it out with Manchester for the Community Shield on 4th August 2019.

Also read: Arsenal and Liverpool suffer a major transfer blow

Liverpool has also been scheduled to meet Chelsea in IstanbulTurkey for the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday 14th August.

Premier League Fixture 2019/20, Liverpool host Norwich
Alex Kiprop
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