The opening weekend of the 2021-22 Premier League season, will be starting with Champions, Manchester City against Tottenham Hotspurs.

While, newly promoted Brentford hosts Arsenal in their first top-flight game since the 1946-47 season, the first fixtures will take place on 14 August.

Newly promoted side Norwich and Watford, will face Liverpool and Aston Villa respectively.

While Champions League winners Chelsea host Crystal Palace, Manchester United will face Leeds at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, the easing of the ravaging COVID-19 globally is now taking shape in the 2020-21 Premier League campaign as clubs were able to host fans at reduced capacity.

The discussions around the number of fans which would be allowed to be in the stadium or able to attend the opening fixtures of the new season has not been concluded but there is an ambition to have full stadiums, including away supporters from the start of the season.

While the men and women Wimbledon finals becomes the first UK outdoor sporting events to host capacity crowds in July, the Wembley will also be able to host matches at 50% capacity, and around 45,000 for the knockout stages of Euro 2020.