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When will the Premier League games be announced? Complete disclosure of information

The new Premier League season is two months away, but matches for 2019-20 are already underway. On Thursday morning 380 Premier League matches will be played live.

It is exciting to see who Premier League champions Manchester City will play against if they want to defend the title for the third season in a row.

Elsewhere, the new guys Norwich City, Sheffield United and Aston Villa will take a look at their long-awaited schedule after a few years in exile at the championship.

A full schedule will be announced on June 13, but until then we have all the details before today's release.

Manchester is the reigning champion of the Premier League

When will the Premier League games be released?

Thursday, June 13, 2019 (9:00 am CET).

Where do you find the announcement of the Premier League games?

You can find the complete fixtures on the Mirror Football website as soon as they are released.

It is expected that Liverpool will again achieve a title win after an impressive season in 2018/19

How does the Premier League game order decide?

The order is determined by a method called "sequencing" and divided into five different sets, which are then reversed for the second part of the season.

The "golden rules" of the method say that in five games there is a division of three home games and two away games – or vice versa.

Most clubs have a partner club they can not interfere with, for example local rivals Manchester United and Manchester City do not play at home on the same day.

Another aspect is that you are absent on New Year's Day if you are home on Boxing Day, and vice versa. If possible, a club has no more than two home or away games in a row.

Aston Villa returned to the Premier League when he won the championship final

Will the game data be changed?

The game data is usually changed when a game is selected for live TV broadcast. However, they will also be changed to take into account European and national cup competitions.

When are the TV sets decided?

TV games are usually decided about a month before the scheduled game. The changes will be announced by the Premier League and their respective broadcasters – Sky Sports and BT Sport – on more crucial dates.

Christian Pulisic prepares for his debut season in England following his move to Chelsea

When does the season begin?

The opening round of the 2019-20 Premier League season is scheduled for Saturday, 10th August 2019.

Nevertheless, in recent years, the first game was played a day earlier, which in turn could be the case.

The Premier League season ends on May 17, 2020.

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