Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City travel to London for a date Tottenham Hotspur in the headline fixture of Matchday one of the upcoming 2021/2022 Premier League Season. The Cityzens are the reigning English champions.
As Pep’s citizens look to prepare their assault for an impressive fourth title in five years, Turf Moor will be hosting a cagey encounter of Burnley against Brighton, and Brendan Rodgers’ Foxes will be hoping to build on last season’s F.A Cup triumph as they host Wolves at the King Power.
Crystal Palace makes a short trip across London to Stamford Bridge, hoping to stun Thomas Tuchel’s Champions League winners. Elsewhere, the newly promoted Brentford welcomes an unpredictable Arsenal FC. Meanwhile, Watford starts their Premier League return at Vicarage Road by hosting Dean Smith’s impressive Villa.
Fresh from getting a nod of confidence with a new contract, David Moyes will lead his Europe-bound Westham to St. James Park as they kick start their season with a game against Newcastle.
Everton starts their post-Ancelotti era as they welcome Southampton at Goodison Park. The red side of Merseyside travels to the East for an encounter with returnees, Norwich. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool come off an uninspiring title defense which saw them sneak into a Champions League spot on matchday 38.
At the same time, last season’s runners-up Manchester United host rivals Leeds at Old Trafford. The Premier League record champions will be hoping to end a seven-year wait for Premier League honors as they start their campaign against Marcelo Bielsa’s free-flowing Whites.