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Season Timeline 2019/20

August

Fri 9 Aug, Liverpool 4-1 Norwich
Fri 9 Aug, Liverpool 4-1 Norwich
Jurgen Klopp’s side get off to a fast start against promoted Norwich City.
Sat 10 Aug, West Ham 0-5 Man City
Sat 10 Aug, West Ham 0-5 Man City
Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick as the champions began the new campaign in style at London Stadium.
Sun 11 Aug, Man Utd 4-0 Chelsea
Sun 11 Aug, Man Utd 4-0 Chelsea
Frank Lampard’s first match as Chelsea head coach ended in defeat at Old Trafford.
Sun 18 Aug, Sheff Utd 1-0 Crystal Palace
Sun 18 Aug, Sheff Utd 1-0 Crystal Palace
The Blades record their first win since returning to the competition thanks to John Lundstram’s second-half strike.
Sat 24 Aug, Man Utd 1-2 Crystal Palace
Sat 24 Aug, Man Utd 1-2 Crystal Palace
Patrick van Aanholt’s stoppage-time winner gives Crystal Palace their first ever Premier League victory over Man Utd.
Sat 31 Aug, Burnley 0-3 Liverpool
Sat 31 Aug, Burnley 0-3 Liverpool
A fourth successive win for Liverpool hands Jurgen Klopp the Barclays Manager of the Month award for August.

September

Sat 14 Sep, Norwich 3-2 Man City
Sat 14 Sep, Norwich 3-2 Man City
The Canaries hand Manchester City a first defeat of the season as Teemu Pukki scores his sixth goal in five matches.
Sat 21 Sep, Leicester 2-1 Spurs
Sat 21 Sep, Leicester 2-1 Spurs
James Maddison’s late winner moves the Foxes up to third after losing just one of their first six matches.
Sun 22 Sep, West Ham 2-0 Man Utd
Sun 22 Sep, West Ham 2-0 Man Utd
Manuel Pellegrini’s men move up to fifth after goals by Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell hand Manchester United their second defeat.

October

Sat 5 Oct, Brighton 3-0 Spurs
Sat 5 Oct, Brighton 3-0 Spurs
Aaron Connolly scored twice on his full Premier League debut as the Seagulls beat Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Sun, 6 Oct, Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd
Sun, 6 Oct, Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd
The Magpies moved out of the bottom three after Matthew Longstaff’s excellent strike on his Premier League debut.
Sun 20 Oct, Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool
Sun 20 Oct, Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool
The leaders rescued a draw through substitute Adam Lallana’s late equaliser as their 100 per cent start came to an end.
Adam Lallana celebrates with his team-mates after equalising at Old Trafford
From the Gallery Adam Lallana celebrates with his team-mates after equalising at Old Trafford
Fri 25 Oct, Southampton 0-9 Leicester
Fri 25 Oct, Southampton 0-9 Leicester
Brendan Rodgers’ men secured the biggest-ever away win in the Premier League and matched the overall record set when Manchester United beat Ipswich Town 9-0 at home in 1995 at St Mary’s Stadium.

November

Fri 8 Nov, Norwich 0-2 Watford
Fri 8 Nov, Norwich 0-2 Watford
The Hornets pick up their first win of the season, with Quique Sanchez Flores at the helm for a second spell with the club, after Javi Gracia was sacked in September.
Sun 10 Nov, Liverpool 3-1 Man City
Sun 10 Nov, Liverpool 3-1 Man City
Leaders Liverpool moved nine points clear of fourth-placed Manchester City with victory at Anfield.
Sat 23 Nov, West Ham 2-3 Spurs
Sat 23 Nov, West Ham 2-3 Spurs
Jose Mourinho’s reign as Tottenham Hotspur head coach got off to a winning start at London Stadium.

December

Wed 4 Dec, Southampton 2-1 Norwich
Wed 4 Dec, Southampton 2-1 Norwich
A second consecutive home victory helped Saints move out of the bottom three.
Sat 7 Dec, Spurs 5-0 Burnley
Sat 7 Dec, Spurs 5-0 Burnley
Son Heung-min's mesmerising solo goal was voted Budweiser Goal of the Season as Jose Mourinho secured a third win in four matches.
Sat 14 Dec, Chelsea 0-1 AFC Bournemouth
Sat 14 Dec, Chelsea 0-1 AFC Bournemouth
The Cherries ended a five-match losing streak with a win at Stamford Bridge thanks to Dan Gosling’s late goal.
Sun 22 Dec, Spurs 0-2 Chelsea
Sun 22 Dec, Spurs 0-2 Chelsea
Frank Lampard tasted victory in his first meeting with his former manager Jose Mourinho in the competition.
Thu 26 Dec, Everton 1-0 Burnley
Thu 26 Dec, Everton 1-0 Burnley
Carlo Ancelotti celebrated his return to the Premier League as Everton manager with a 1-0 win against Burnley.
Thu 26 Dec, Leicester 0-4 Liverpool
Thu 26 Dec, Leicester 0-4 Liverpool
Roberto Firmino and Trent-Alexander Arnold starred as Liverpool moved 13 points clear of second-placed Leicester City.
Fri 27 Dec, Wolves 3-2 Man City
Fri 27 Dec, Wolves 3-2 Man City
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side came from two goals down to beat 10-man Manchester City in a pulsating match at Molineux Stadium.

January

Wed 1 Jan, Arsenal 2-0 Man Utd
Wed 1 Jan, Arsenal 2-0 Man Utd
Mikel Arteta recorded his first victory as Arsenal head coach thanks to first-half goals by Nicolas Pepe and Sokratis.
Mikel Arteta celebrates with his players after the final whistle
From the Gallery Mikel Arteta celebrates with his players after the final whistle
Sun 19 Jan, Liverpool 2-0 Man Utd
Sun 19 Jan, Liverpool 2-0 Man Utd
A 13th consecutive win extended Liverpool’s lead over second-placed Manchester City to 16 points.
Wed 22 Jan, Man Utd 0-2 Burnley
Wed 22 Jan, Man Utd 0-2 Burnley
The Clarets earned a first win at Old Trafford since 1962 as Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez struck either side of half-time.

February

Sun 2 Feb, Spurs 2-0 Man City
Sun 2 Feb, Spurs 2-0 Man City
Steven Bergwijn scored a brilliant goal on his Tottenham Hotspur debut as they beat Manchester City to leave Pep Guardiola’s side 22 points behind leaders Liverpool.
Mon 17 Feb, Chelsea 0-2 Man Utd
Mon 17 Feb, Chelsea 0-2 Man Utd
Inspired by Bruno Fernandes, who joined the Red Devils in the January transfer window, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men secured an important victory in the race for a top-four finish.
Sat 29 Feb, Watford 3-0 Liverpool
Sat 29 Feb, Watford 3-0 Liverpool
Inspired by club-record signing Ismaila Sarr, the Hornets ended Liverpool’s 18-match winning sequence and 44-match unbeaten run in the competition.

March

Sun 8 Mar, Man Utd 2-0 Man City
Sun 8 Mar, Man Utd 2-0 Man City
Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay scored as Manchester United beat Manchester City to record a Premier League double over their rivals for the first time since 2009/10.
Mon 9 Mar, Leicester 4-0 Aston Villa
Mon 9 Mar, Leicester 4-0 Aston Villa
Harvey Barnes and Jamie Vardy both scored twice as Leicester City defeated Aston Villa in the final match before the season was suspended due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

June

Wed 17 Jun, Man City 3-0 Arsenal
Wed 17 Jun, Man City 3-0 Arsenal
Manchester City triumph on the day the Premier League resumed following the COVID-19 global pandemic, with all matches for the rest of the campaign taking place behind closed doors.
Wed 24 Jun, Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace
Wed 24 Jun, Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace
The Reds’ victory meant that if Manchester City failed to win at Chelsea the following day, Liverpool would be crowned Premier League champions for the first time.
Thu 25 Jun, Chelsea 2-1 Man City
Thu 25 Jun, Chelsea 2-1 Man City
A dramatic night at Stamford Bridge saw Frank Lampard’s side defeat 10-man Manchester City to confirm Liverpool as Premier League champions.
Pep Guardiola watches on as his side are defeated for an eighth time in 2019/20
From the Gallery Pep Guardiola watches on as his side are defeated for an eighth time in 2019/20

July

Wed 1 July, West Ham 3-2 Chelsea
Wed 1 July, West Ham 3-2 Chelsea
Andriy Yarmolenko's late winner eased Hammers' relegation worries as they ended a run of three straight defeats in a thrilling contest at London Stadium.
Sun 5 July, Southampton 1-0 Man City
Sun 5 July, Southampton 1-0 Man City
Che Adams’ stunning 40-yard strike earned Southampton an impressive win as they ended the season strongly under Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Sat 11 July, Norwich 0-4 West Ham
Sat 11 July, Norwich 0-4 West Ham
The Canaries are relegated after Michail Antonio scored all four goals at Carrow Road.
Sat 11 July, Sheff Utd 3-0 Chelsea
Sat 11 July, Sheff Utd 3-0 Chelsea
Chris Wilder’s men kept their hopes of European football alive as David McGoldrick struck his first Premier League goals to move the Blades up to sixth.
Sun 12 July, AFC Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester
Sun 12 July, AFC Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester
Dominic Solanke scored his first two Premier League goals for the Cherries as they earned first win in 10 matches to boost their hopes of staying up.
Wed 15 July, Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool
Wed 15 July, Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool
Gunners upset champions Liverpool to record first victory over the Reds since 2015 after first-half goals by Alexandre Lacazette and Reiss Nelson.
Fri 17 July, West Ham 3-1 Watford
Fri 17 July, West Ham 3-1 Watford
Hammers close to safety as Watford suffer setback in their hopes of avoiding the drop.
Tue 21 July, Aston Villa 1-0 Arsenal
Tue 21 July, Aston Villa 1-0 Arsenal
Villa moved out of the bottom three with a crucial win thanks to Trezeguet's third goal in as many matches.
Wed 22 July, Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea
Wed 22 July, Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea
Reds equal record of 18 home wins in a Premier League campaign as they lift the Trophy.
Jordan Henderson lifts the Premier League Trophy as Liverpool become seventh club to win the competition
From the Gallery Jordan Henderson lifts the Premier League Trophy as Liverpool become seventh club to win the competition
Sun 26 July, West Ham 1-1 Aston Villa
Sun 26 July, West Ham 1-1 Aston Villa
Jack Grealish's 84th-minute strike was enough to ensure safety despite Andriy Yarmolenko's equaliser a minute later.
Sun 26 July, Everton 1-3 AFC Bournemouth
Sun 26 July, Everton 1-3 AFC Bournemouth
Despite winning at Goodison Park with just their fourth away victory of the season, the Cherries were relegated to end their five-year stay in the competition.
Sun 26 July, Arsenal 3-2 Watford
Sun 26 July, Arsenal 3-2 Watford
Although Watford rallied from conceding three times in the opening 33 minutes, they were unable to register the win they required in order to avoid the drop.
Sun 26 July, Man City 5-0 Norwich
Sun 26 July, Man City 5-0 Norwich
Manchester City end season in style as Ederson and Kevin De Bruyne claim individual awards.
Kevin De Bruyne won the Playmaker Award after equalling Thierry Henry's record of 20 assists in a single Premier League season, set in 2002/03
From the Gallery Kevin De Bruyne won the Playmaker Award after equalling Thierry Henry's record of 20 assists in a single Premier League season, set in 2002/03