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Premier League set for big kick-off

Thursday 10 September 2020 09:00

Manchester United may not be in Premier League action this weekend but the division gets under way on Saturday, with all the matches now due to be televised.

The Reds' trip to Burnley has been postponed due to our extended run in the Europa League, with Manchester City's clash with Aston Villa also called off after their Champions League exertions.

It means our first league outing will not be until Saturday 19 September, when we host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, with a 17:30 BST kick-off.

Key rule changes for the new Premier League season article

There will be five key alterations to VAR next season, plus some adaptions to the handball rule and use of substitutes.

Following our meeting with Palace, we will have a Carabao Cup tie, on the road, against either Reading or Luton Town. Our first away league game is at Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday 26 September, with a 12:30 BST start.

For 16 top-flight teams, it all begins this weekend and below is the full fixture list...

PREMIER LEAGUE OPENING-WEEKEND GAMES

Saturday 12 September

Fulham v Arsenal (12:30, live on BT Sport)
Crystal Palace v Southampton (15:00, live on BT Sport)
Liverpool v Leeds United (17:30, live on Sky Sports)
West Ham United v Newcastle United (20:00, live on Sky Sports)

Donny's first day at United article

Our new signing has linked up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his team-mates at the Aon Training Complex.

Sunday 13 September

West Brom v Leicester (14:00, live on Sky Sports)
Tottenham v Everton (16:30, live on Sky Sports)

Monday 14 September

Sheffield United v Wolves (18:00, live on Sky Sports)
Brighton v Chelsea (20:15, live on Sky Sports)

All times are BST.

Get ready for next season. Our 2020/21 home, away and third kits are available now from United Direct.

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