When do the Premier League ‘big seven’ face each other?

The football season has only just ended, but the attention has already turned to next season with the release of the 2023/24 Premier League fixtures.

Here are some of the biggest dates for your diary…


The opening weekend has thrown up some exciting clashes, none more so than Chelsea hosting Liverpool as the Blues start life under new boss Mauricio Pochettino. Here are the opening round of fixtures in full…

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Friday August 11:

Burnley vs Manchester City

Saturday August 12:

Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth vs West Ham

Brighton vs Luton

Everton vs Fulham

Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace

Newcastle vs Aston Villa

Sunday August 13:

Brentford vs Tottenham

Chelsea vs Liverpool

Monday August 14:

Manchester United vs Wolves


Last season saw the battle for Premier League survival go down to the final day. Here’s how next season’s last day looks…

Sunday May 19:

Arsenal vs Everton

Brentford vs Newcastle

Brighton vs Manchester United

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

Chelsea vs Bournemouth

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

Liverpool vs Wolves

Luton vs Fulham

Manchester City vs West Ham

Sheffield United vs Tottenham


Last season saw a bit of a shake up at the top of the table, with Chelsea falling out of the top-half altogether, Newcastle entering the top-four and Spurs finishing outside the European spots.

Whether or not next season will revert more towards the big six of Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool at the top of the table remains to be seen, but here is when those clubs and Champions League newcomers Newcastle will face each other:

Man City:

Newcastle (H) August 19, Newcastle (A) January 13

Arsenal (A) October 7, Arsenal (H) March 30

Man Utd (A) October 28, Man Utd (H) March 2

Chelsea (A) November 11, Chelsea (H) February 17

Liverpool (H) November 25, Liverpool (A) March 9

Tottenham (H) December 2, Tottenham (A) April 20


Man Utd (H) September 2, Man Utd (A) May 11

Tottenham (H) September 23, Tottenham (A) April 27

Man City (H) October 7, Man City (A) March 30

Chelsea (A) October 21, Chelsea (H) March 16

Newcastle (A) November 4, Newcastle (H) February 24

Liverpool (A) December 23, Liverpool (H) February 3

Man Utd:

Tottenham (A) August 19, Tottenham (H) January 13

Arsenal (A) September 2, Arsenal (H) May 11

Man City (H) October 28, Man City (A) March 2

Newcastle (A) December 2, Newcastle (H) April 20

Chelsea (H) December 6, Chelsea (A) April 3

Liverpool (A) December 16, Liverpool (H) April 6


Man City (A) August 19, Man City (H) January 13

Liverpool (H) August 26, Liverpool (A) December 30

Arsenal (H) November 4, Arsenal (A) February 24

Chelsea (H) November 25, Chelsea (A) March 9

Man Utd (H) December 2, Man Utd (A) April 20

Tottenham (A) December 9, Tottenham (H) April 13


Chelsea (A) August 13, Chelsea (H) January 31

Newcastle (A) August 26, Newcastle (H) December 30

Tottenham (A) September 30, Tottenham (H) May 4

Man City (A) November 25, Man City (H) March 9

Man Utd (H) December 16, Man Utd (A) April 6

Arsenal (H) December 23, Arsenal (A) February 3


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Man Utd (H) August 19, Man Utd (A) January 13

Arsenal (A) September 23, Arsenal (H) April 27

Liverpool (H) September 30, Liverpool (A) May 4

Chelsea (H) November 4, Chelsea (A) February 24

Man City (A) December 2, Man City (H) April 20

Newcastle (H) December 9, Newcastle (A) April 13


Liverpool (H) August 17, Liverpool (A) January 31

Arsenal (H) October 21, Arsenal (A) March 16

Tottenham (A) November 4, Tottenham (H) February 24

Man City (H) November 11, Man City (A) February 17

Newcastle (A) November 25, Newcastle (H) March 9

Man Utd (A) December 6, Man Utd (H) April 3

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