When will City and Liverpool meet?
Our widget contains all the fixtures from the first eight matchdays across the Premier League - all you have to do is predict the results of each one. They were last in the Premier League in 2015/16 when we won 3-1 at home and 2-0 at Villa Park.
The season kicks off with the Community Shield match between Liverpool and Manchester City which will take place on August 4, 2019 at Wembley.
It'll be a season full of firsts as far as fixtures are concerned in England's top tier as it'll also be the first season with a winter break.
The festive fixture list will see matches moved for television coverage, but the contests around Boxing Day will include Manchester United entertaining Newcastle, City going to Wolves, Liverpool taking in a trip to Leicester, Chelsea playing host to Southampton and Arsenal travelling to Bournemouth. That game already looks like a potential title decider.
The Reds play Arsenal at home and Chelsea away in their first six fixtures, meaning Jurgen Klopp's side must be in top form from the off.
BT Sport will be broadcasting more Premier League fixtures than ever next season with 52 matches shown exclusively live from the best league in world football - 10 more than last campaign.
Expect Manchester City to be the early leader with a favorable schedule.
We'll head to Anfield on the third weekend of the new year (scheduled for 18 January), in between two home meetings with Norwich City and Burnley, respectively.
May opens with Arsenal entertaining the European champions and a week later takes Chelsea to the red half of Merseyside.
Following the Magpies' opening fixture against Unai Emery's side, they will travel to newly-promoted Norwich City before making a first trip to Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium on August 24th, ending the opening month with a home game against Watford.