Brighton & Hove Albion will be looking to continue their unbeaten start under Graham Potter as they welcome Southampton to the Amex Stadium.
Liverpool moved top after a thrilling weekend of action saw various shifts in the table, after early pacesetters, Manchester City and Manchester United both slipped up.
Fresh off the back of their UEFA Super Cup victory in midweek, Liverpool visit Southampton at St Marys’ Stadium as they look to continue their unbeaten start to the new season.
After enjoying successful opening weekend wins, Arsenal and Burnley meet at the Emirates Stadium to kick off the second weekend of Premier League action.
This weekend saw the 2019-20 Premier League season get underway as last season’s top two returned with a bang.
With this summer’s Transfer Window now shut and over £1.4bn spent, clubs must now make do with their current first team squads until January so who has spent well and who has work to do in preparation for the Winter transfer window?
Last season’s FA Cup runners-up, Watford kick off their new Premier League campaign at Vicarage Road against Brighton & Hove Albion, who are now under a new manager in Graham Potter.
After escaping relegation last season, Burnley and Southampton will both be looking to hit the ground running as they meet at Turf Moor.
Two-time defending champions, Manchester City kick off their quest for a third consecutive Premier League crown with a trip to West Ham United at the Olympic Stadium.
After a 12 week summer break, the Premier League is finally back as last season’s runners-up, Liverpool welcome newly promoted Norwich City to Anfield in Friday Night Football.