The Premiership’s new season will commence on September 12 and will run until May 23, it was revealed on the Premier League’s official Twitter page.
It became clear that the Premiership would start later than normal due to the coronavirus, as the new season normally started in early August.
The Premiership season, which is still going on, will end this week with the 38th round matches to find out who is certainly going to be relegated and who is going to go to the European competitions.
Everything that is known for now is that Liverpool is the new champions, that Manchester City will stay second in the table, and that Norwich has been relegated already.
Aston Villa, Watford, and Bournemouth are struggling to stay while Manchester United, Chelsea, and Leicester are fighting for a Champions League spot. Wolves and Tottenham are battling for a place in the Europa League, as well as for Arsenal, which can achieve the target if they win the FA Cup on August 1, when they play against Chelsea.
Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion will compete in the Premiership next season. Following a compete-off in which Brentford, Fulham, Cardiff, and Swansea participate, the third passenger from the Championship to the Premiership will be known.
Brentford and Swansea will meet in the semi-finals of the playoffs, while Fulham will play against Cardiff.
The play-off winner plays next season at the Premiership.