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Premier League opening day fixtures ‘leaked’ ahead of the official announcement

The opening fixtures of the Premier League season might have been leaked.

The 2020/21 campaign gets underway in September and will include fresh faces at each of Leeds United, West Brom and Fulham.

Supporters are keen to see which sides they will face on the opening day and when they will play their rivals, with all set to be announced by league bosses on August 21.

However, the official Premier League Fantasy Football might have let slip the games included in the opening weekend, and if it is true then Manchester United will be taking on Arsenal.

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A Fantasy Football user posted an image on Twitter which showed the opening fixtures of all the players in his squad, which showed the potential first matches for 18 of the 20 clubs, meaning each fixture has been predicted.

If they are to turn out as true, West Brom will be hosting Burnley, West Ham will be hosting Liverpool, Leicester will welcome Wolves, Leeds will host Newcastle and Manchester City will be visited by Crystal Palace.

In the other five fixtures, Manchester United will host Arsenal, Chelsea will be visited by Southampton, Brighton will host Sheffield United, Everton will welcome Fulham and the final fixture would be Tottenham against Aston Villa with the venue unclear.

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Premier League chiefs had already announced the full schedule of dates for the new season, which will begin on Saturday September 12 and end on Sunday May 23.

The official statement released on July 25 read: “Premier League Shareholders today agreed to start the 2020/21 Premier League season on 12 September 2020.

“The final match round of the campaign will take place on 23 May 2021.

“The Premier League will continue to consult The FA and EFL regarding the scheduling of all domestic competitions.”

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