Pep Guardiola’s side, who won the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup in 2022/23, are seeking to become the first English team to win four successive top-flight titles.
Manchester City will protest off their shot for a record fourth straight Premier League title down to Burnley, managed by their former captain Vincent Kompany. The institution list released on Thursday verified the Treble winners will visit Turf Moor on August 11 to raise the curtain on the2023/24 crusade. It’ll be the alternate time Kompany, who won the title on four occasions as City commander, will have faced his old side as a director, with City winning 6- 0 at the Etihad in the FA Cup quarter- tests in March.
They’ve dominated the Premier League in recent times, winning the title in five of the once six seasons.
Premier League debutants Luton will play their first top- flight institution since 1992 down to Roberto De Zerbi‘s Brighton the following day.
The other promoted side, Sheffield United, kick off with a home game against Crystal Palace.
The most eye- catching institution of the opening weekend will be at Stamford Bridge, where Mauricio Pochettino begins life as Chelsea director against Liverpool, with both sides looking to bounce back after disappointing juggernauts.
Arsenal, who finished second in the Premier League, open at home to Nottingham Forest, while fellow titleholders League qualifiers Newcastle host Aston Villa and Manchester United begin against Wolves at Old Trafford.
Ange Postecoglou’s first game in charge of Tottenham will be down to Brentford.
Bournemouth host Europa Conference League winners West Ham, and Everton, looking to avoid a third straight deportation scrap, begin at home to Fulham.
City, who finished five points clear of Arsenal last season, trip to the Gunners’ Emirates Stadium in early October.
Old Trafford will host the first Manchester derby since City matched United’s Treble- winning feat of 1999 at the end of that month, with the titleholders meeting Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in late November.
The schedule, returning to normal after the2022/23 season was intruded by the World Cup in Qatar, includes amid-season break, which will take place in mid-January, with the 10 institutions resolve across two weekends. Know More Latest Football News…
The campaign finishes on May 19, 2024.
Fixtures (1400 GMT unless stated)
Burnley v Manchester City (1900)
Arsenal v Nottingham Forest (1130), Bournemouth v West Ham, Brighton v Luton, Everton v Fulham, Sheffield Utd v Crystal Palace, Newcastle v Aston Villa (1630)
Brentford v Tottenham (1300), Chelsea v Liverpool (1530)
Manchester United v Wolves (1900)