The best football season of 2019 will be played out in November and December, with the last two fixtures being the opening two matches.
That’s when the calendar flips to the calendar year 2020, and with that the calendar for the 2018/19 season has changed from April to September.
It means the calendar has changed as well.
It’s not that it’s impossible to work out the best dates for the 2019/20 season, though.
There are plenty of fixtures available to pick from, with a handful of fixtures that are currently scheduled.
In the meantime, though, we’re here to explain what to look out for when the 2019-20 Premier League season rolls around.
In the same way that there are plenty other things to watch out for in 2019, so too are the fixtures.
In fact, there are a couple of games that are likely to be at their most interesting during the new year.
Here are a few that will have a real bearing on the 2018-19 campaign.
If you’ve never been to Anfield, it’s a place you need to be to watch some of the best football in Europe.
The club is known for its rich history, with most of the club’s history centred around its illustrious Anfield Road stadium, home to Liverpool FC since its opening in 1919.
While that has changed a lot over the years, it is still the place to be for those who are keen to get a feel for the current landscape of the Premier League.
There are many different ways of visiting Anfield, but a number of things to remember are:The Anfield Road stands will be empty on Boxing Day, but it’s still the same spot for the season.
The Kop has changed, too, with it having been converted to the new Wembley Stadium.
The stadium is the new home of Liverpool’s FA Cup Final against Tottenham Hotspur on October 3.
This is the final match of the season, with both sides set to play each other at Anfield in the final.
Both sides have had to adjust to the changes made to the ground in the last year, with Everton having to change the seating arrangements to accommodate a bigger crowd.
The match is also the last game of the year for both clubs, with Tottenham Hotspurs looking to go home with the trophy for the first time in history.
There is an interesting possibility of the home side being relegated, though with the match taking place in the first half of the match, it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen.
If the home team finishes top of the league, they’ll need to beat West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns on Sunday, to make it into the play-offs.
There’s plenty to watch in the coming months as the Premier Leagues season gets underway.