And the teams will learn their new schedules at 9 a.m. Thursday morning as the new top-flight matches are published in their entirety.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers are all set to benefit from a later start to the season to rejuvenate after their appearance in the final tournaments of revamped European competitions.
It could give defending champions Liverpool a chance to put some points on the board while Arsenal will also want to enjoy Mikel Arteta’s first full season.
But who will stand in their way in the first weeks of the season, and what will the title race be like?
We’ll find out shortly – so stay tuned as Mirror Football brings you all the latest stuff.