Premier League fans can look forward this season to a marathon of head-to-heads between the top-six clubs from the previous campaign.
From 28 December through to 4 April, 13 consecutive Matchweeks include a meeting between two of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United.
It begins with Arsenal v Chelsea in Matchweek 20, the final one of 2019, and ends with a meeting of last season's top two as champions Man City host Liverpool on Matchweek 32.
Chelsea, Man City and Man Utd each face five fellow top-six sides during that period, while Arsenal and Spurs play four and Liverpool have three.
The period between 29 February until 4 April could be title-defining.
In the five Matchweeks between these dates, City have to face Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool.
So strap yourselves in for what promises to be a thrilling mid-to-late season run of titanic clashes.
|Date||Match||Last season's result|
|28 Dec||Arsenal v Chelsea||2-0|
|1 Jan||Arsenal v Man Utd||2-0|
|11 Jan||Spurs v Liverpool||1-2|
|18 Jan||Liverpool v Man Utd||3-1|
|21 Jan||Chelsea v Arsenal||3-2|
|1 Feb||Spurs v Man City||0-1|
|08/15 Feb*||Chelsea v Man Utd||2-2|
|22 Feb||Chelsea v Spurs||2-0|
|29 Feb||Man City v Arsenal||3-1|
|7 Mar||Man Utd v Man City||0-2|
|14 Mar||Spurs v Man Utd||0-1|
|21 Mar||Chelsea v Man City||2-0|
|4 Apr||Man City v Liverpool||2-1|
*As part of the 2019/20 mid-season player break, five matches will take place on the weekend commencing 8 February and five on the weekend commencing 15 February