European champions Liverpool will kick-off the 2019/20 English Premier League at home to last year's Championship winners Norwich on August 9.
Manchester City will begin the defence of their crown against West Ham the following day, while arguably the stand-out fixture of the opening weekend sees Manchester United host Chelsea on Sunday.
Aston Villa mark their return to the top flight with a trip to Champions League runners-up Tottenham Hotspur, while fellow newcomers Sheffield United go to Bournemouth.
Manchester City v Tottenham, August 17
Arsenal v Tottenham, August 31
Chelsea v Liverpool, September 21
Manchester United v Arsenal, September 28
Manchester United v Liverpool, October 19
Liverpool v Tottenham, October 26
West Ham v Sheffield United, October 26
Liverpool v Manchester City, November 9
Wolves v Aston Villa, November 9
Liverpool v Everton, December 4
Manchester City v Manchester United, December 9
Crystal Palace v Brighton, December 14
Tottenham v Chelsea, December 21
Arsenal v Chelsea, December 28