Manchester United will be the first opponents for Frank Lampard’s Chelsea when we host the Blues on Sunday 11 August.
Our second game of the 2019-20 Premier League season will also be shown on TV in the United Kingdom as our trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers has been moved to Monday 19 August at 20:00 BST (live on Sky Sports).
Two weeks later and our game versus Southampton at their St Mary’s Stadium has now been brought forward two-and-a-half hours to 12:30 BST (live on BT Sport).
A third successive away game will be televised in the UK to when we face West Ham United at their London Stadium Sunday 22 September at 14:00 BST (live on Sky Sports).
To end the month of September we welcome Arsenal to Old Trafford. No surprise this game has been moved to a television slot. It will now be played no Monday 30 September at 20:00 BST (live on Sky Sports).
Our opening seven fixtures to start the 2019-20 Premier League season are now as follows:
Sun 11 Aug: United v Chelsea, Old Trafford, 16:30 BST (Sky Sports)
Mon 19 Aug: Wolverhampton Wanderers v United, Molineux, 20:00 BST (Sky Sports)
Sat 24 Aug: United v Crystal Palace, Old Trafford, 15:00 BST
Sat 31 Aug: Southampton v United, St Mary’s Stadium, 12:30 BST (BT Sport)
Sat 14 Sep: United v Leicester City, Old Trafford, 15:00 BST
Sun 22 Sep: West Ham United v United, London Stadium, 14:00 BST (Sky Sports)
Mon 30 Sep: United v Arsenal, Old Trafford, 20:00 BST (Sky Sports)
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