Premier League opening day games ‘leaked’ – Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal learn fate | Football | sport

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Premier League action returns on September 12, and fans have been teased with a ‘leaked’ list of opening day matches. Last season’s action, halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, just ended.

However, attention has already turned to next season, which begins next month.And eagle-eyed fans have spotted an error on the Premier League website, which appears to confirm the opening day fixtures.

The Fantasy Premier League released star player awards throughout Saturday.

Fans have flocked to the FPL website to select their team for next season.

Once the players picked their squad, the website appeared to confirm opening day fixtures.

The exhibition game, if correct, is Manchester United v Arsenal.

The Red Devils will host the Gunners at Old Trafford on opening day next season.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men, who finished third last season, are hoping to fight for the Premier League title this time around.

Arsenal, meanwhile, will desperately need to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football.

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Elsewhere, Chelsea will host Southampton while Tottenham will host Aston Villa in north London.

Premier League champions Liverpool will travel to West Ham, while Manchester City face Crystal Palace.

Newly promoted Leeds will host Newcastle in their opener on their return to the Premier League.

West Brom and Fulham were also promoted from the Championship, with the Baggies taking on Burnley and the Whites traveling to Everton.

Full list of ‘leaked’ 20/21 Premier League opening day fixtures:

Brighton contre Sheffield United

Chelsea vs Southampton

Everton v Fulham

Leeds United contre Newcastle United

Manchester City contre Crystal Palace

Manchester United v Arsenal

Tottenham v Aston Villa

West Brom vs. Burnley

West Ham vs. Liverpool

Wolves vs. Leicester

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