Premier League on Amazon Prime

Tanya Simon
June 13, 2019

The season kicks on the evening of Friday, 9 August with Liverpool hosting newly promoted Norwich City at Anfield, as the Canaries face a tough welcome to life in the top division with an away fixture against the European Champions.

This will be our first home fixture on opening weekend since 2010/11.

City's opening six games include a repeat of the FA Cup final against Watford, who they thrashed 6-0 at Wembley, as well as games against Bournemouth and Brighton and Hove Albion.

Man City will provide opposition on November 9 (H) and April 4 (A), with the two sides likely to play out another fierce battle for the title. Fans of these clubs have been dissecting the dates as they look to plan their trips but which big games should the neutrals looks out for. City's win over the Reds in January ultimately was the difference between the two sides at the end of the season.

Elsewhere, Arsenal will take in a trip to Newcastle on the first Sunday of the new season, while arch-rivals Tottenham take on top-flight new boys Aston Villa 24 hours earlier.

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After that, the next batch of games available to stream live on Amazon Prime will be the Boxing Day matches.

Jurgen Klopp's men will be the fifth Premier League side to journey to Old Trafford in the forthcoming campaign (after Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Leicester City and Arsenal).

Liverpool won nine games in a row before losing to City on January 3 past year, so Klopp will be seeking a similar return from their festive schedule this time out.

And if that is the case, the fact Norwich are away at Chelsea on May 2 means the Blues are set to be at home in their final game of the regular season.

A screenshot seen by on Twitter appear to reveal the first round of fixtures ahead of the new Premier League campaign.

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