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City’s title defence gets under way at 12.30pm on Saturday 10 August at the London Stadium and will be broadcast live on BT Sport, while the first home game against Tottenham Hotspur is seven days later.
The reigning champions will host the first Manchester derby, on 7 December, with the return fixture scheduled for 7 March.
A trip to Arsenal follows the Etihad derby, while Pep Guardiola’s side also face back to back fixtures against Liverpool and Chelsea in early November.
As always, the festive period will be a busy affair.
Four games in 11 days are scheduled, with City set to host Leicester City on 21 December, before a Boxing Day trip to Wolves.
Sheffield United travel to Manchester two days later, while Everton will visit on New Year’s Day.
In the second half of the season, the champions will again play Arsenal and United on consecutive weekends and do the same against Liverpool and Chelsea.
City host Jurgen Klopp’s outfit on 4 April, with just seven games remaining and wrap things up at home to Norwich City on 17 May.
For the first time ever, the Premier League campaign will include a mid-season break, meaning one round of matches in February will be split over two weekends.
Five fixtures will take place on the weekend commencing 8 February 2019 and five on the weekend commencing 15 February.
A decision on which matches will get moved to the 15th will be made when the UK broadcast picks for February are announced in mid-December.
Though the West Ham game has been selected for TV, all other fixtures are subject to change.
10/08/2019 - West Ham United A
17/08/2019 - Tottenham Hotspur H
24/08/2019 - A.F.C. Bournemouth A
31/08/2019 - Brighton H
14/09/2019 - Norwich City A
21/09/2019 - Watford H
28/09/2019 - Everton A
05/10/2019 - Wolverhampton H
19/10/2019 - Crystal Palace A
26/10/2019 - Aston Villa H
02/11/2019 - Southampton H
09/11/2019 - Liverpool A
23/11/2019 - Chelsea H
30/11/2019 - Newcastle United A
03/12/2019 - Burnley A
07/12/2019 - Manchester United H
14/12/2019 - Arsenal A
21/12/2019 - Leicester City H
26/12/2019 - Wolverhampton A
28/12/2019 - Sheffield United H
01/01/2020 - Everton H
11/01/2020 - Aston Villa A
18/01/2020 - Crystal Palace H
21/01/2020 - Sheffield United A
01/02/2020 - Tottenham Hotspur A
08/02/2020 - West Ham United H
22/02/2020 - Leicester City A
29/02/2020 - Arsenal H
07/03/2020 - Manchester United A
14/03/2020 - Burnley H
21/03/2020 - Chelsea A
04/04/2020 - Liverpool H
11/04/2020 - Southampton A
18/04/2020 - Newcastle United H
25/04/2020 - Brighton A
02/05/2020 - Bournemouth H
09/05/2020 - Watford A
17/05/2020 - Norwich H
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