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Arsenal fixtures – Premier League 2020-21 season: Gunners new season soon gets tough

Arsenal have been dealt a tricky October period as they face Manchester City, Leicester and Manchester United all in the same month.

Mikel Arteta’s side will also have their eyes set on December 5 and March 13, the two dates for the North London derby against Tottenham; with the latter being held at the Emirates. 

Arsenal also have been set up with a blockbuster Boxing Day clash against London rivals Chelsea. They open their season against newly-promoted Fulham on September 12. 

Read the full list below:  

12/09 15:00 Fulham v Arsenal

19/09 15:00 Arsenal v West Ham United

26/09 15:00 Liverpool v Arsenal

03/10 15:00 Arsenal v Sheffield United

17/10 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

24/10 15:00 Arsenal v Leicester City

31/10 15:00 Manchester United v Arsenal 

07/11 15:00 Arsenal v Aston Villa

21/11 15:00 Leeds United v Arsenal

28/11 15:00 Arsenal v Wolves

05/12 15:00 Tottenham v Arsenal

12/12 15:00 Arsenal v Burnley

15/12 19:45 Arsenal v Southampton

19/12 15:00 Everton v Arsenal

26/12 15:00 Arsenal v Chelsea

28/12 15:00 Brighton v Arsenal

02/01 15:00 West Brom v Arsenal

12/01 19:45 Arsenal v Crystal Palace

16/01 15:00 Arsenal v Newcastle United

27/01 19:45 Southampton v Arsenal

30/01 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester United

02/02 19:45 Wolves v Arsenal

06/02 15:00 Aston Villa v Arsenal

13/02 15:00 Arsenal v Leeds United

20/02 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

27/02 15:00 Leicester City v Arsenal

06/03 15:00 Burnley v Arsenal

13/03 15:00 Arsenal v Tottenham

20/03 15:00 West Ham United v Arsenal

03/04 15:00 Arsenal v Liverpool

10/04 15:00 Sheffield United v Arsenal

17/04 15:00 Arsenal v Fulham

24/04 15:00 Arsenal v Everton

01/05 15:00 Newcastle United v Arsenal

08/05 15:00 Arsenal v West Brom

12/05 19:45 Chelsea v Arsenal

15/05 15:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal

23/05 16:00 Arsenal v Brighton

 All fixtures are subject to change once live TV schedule has been finalised.

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