The Clarets face an opening-day repeat as they kick-off their 2019/20 Premier League campaign against Southampton at Turf Moor on Saturday, 10 August.
Last season saw Sean Dyche’s men start their domestic campaign away to the Saints where a 0-0 draw – between two legs of a Europa League tie against Istanbul Basaksehir – put a first point on the board.
Burnley’s second home game is a mouth-watering fixture against Champions League winners Liverpool on the last weekend of August ahead of the first international break of the season.
Before that, the Clarets go to Europa League competitors Arsenal and Wolves, with the trip to Molineux scheduled for Saturday, 24 August potentially moved back a day due to Wolves’ possible on-going European commitments.
Burnley face Sheffield United for the first time since 2011 at Bramall Lane on Saturday, 2 November, while Premier League champions Manchester City are in town for a mid-week visit on Tuesday, 3 December before the Clarets head to Tottenham’s new home the following weekend.
The festive fixtures have again fallen well from a travelling point of view, once a trip to Bournemouth on Saturday, 21 December has been negotiated.
The Clarets go to Goodison Park to face Everton on Boxing Day and then host Manchester United and newly-promoted Aston Villa in back-to-back home games.
The return visit to United again falls in mid-week in January ahead of the first ‘mid-season player break’ which features a blank weekend in February.
Following an agreement in June, 2018 between The Football Association, the Premier League and EFL, the Premier League will split one round of matches in February over two weekends, with five matches on the weekend commencing 8 February, 2020 and five on the weekend commencing 15 February.
All five matches on each weekend will be broadcast live in the UK.
The split of the matches will be decided when the UK broadcast picks for the month of February 2020 are announced, which is scheduled for an approximate date of 14 December.
For Burnley, that will concern their trip to Southampton which will be played on either of the two weekends, with Dyche squad’s getting a fortnight’s breather from competitive games following a home game against Arsenal on 1 February or ahead of a visit from Bournemouth on 22 February.
There are also the usual four international breaks included in the season’s schedule with the Clarets’ run-in following the last of them at the end of March featuring four away trips and three home games – including a finale at Turf Moor against Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday, 17 May.
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Sat Aug 10 Southampton H
Sat Aug 17 Arsenal A
Sat Aug 24 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Wed Aug 28 Carabao Cup Two
Sat Aug 31 Liverpool H
Sat Sep 7 International Date
Sat Sep 14 Brighton and Hove Albion A
Sat Sep 21 Norwich City H
Wed Sep 25 Carabao Cup Three
Sat Sep 28 Aston Villa A
Sat Oct 5 Everton H
Sat Oct 12 International Date
Sat Oct 19 Leicester City A
Sat Oct 26 Chelsea H
Wed Oct 30 Carabao Cup Four
Sat Nov 2 Sheffield United A
Sat Nov 9 West Ham United H
Sat Nov 16 International Date
Sat Nov 23 Watford A
Sat Nov 30 Crystal Palace H
Tue Dec 3 Manchester City H
Sat Dec 7 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat Dec 14 Newcastle United H
Wed Dec 18 Carabao Cup Five
Sat Dec 21 A.F.C. Bournemouth A
Thu Dec 26 Everton A
Sat Dec 28 Manchester United H
Wed Jan 1 Aston Villa H
Sat Jan 4 Emirates FA Cup 3
Wed Jan 8 Carabao Cup Semi-Final (1)
Sat Jan 11 Chelsea A
Sat Jan 18 Leicester City H
Tue Jan 21 Manchester United A
Sat Jan 25 Emirates FA Cup 4
Wed Jan 29 Carabao Cup Semi-Final (2)
Sat Feb 1 Arsenal H
Sat Feb 8 Southampton A Matches to be played 8th or 15th February
Sat Feb 22 A.F.C. Bournemouth H
Sat Feb 29 Newcastle United A
Sun Mar 1 Carabao Cup Final
Wed Mar 4 Emirates FA Cup 5
Sat Mar 7 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sat Mar 14 Manchester City A
Sat Mar 21 Watford H Emirates FA Cup Quarter-Final
Sat Mar 28 International Date
Sat Apr 4 Crystal Palace A
Sat Apr 11 Sheffield United H
Sat Apr 18 West Ham United A Emirates FA Cup Semi-Final
Sat Apr 25 Liverpool A
Sat May 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Sat May 9 Norwich City A
Sun May 17 Brighton and Hove Albion H
Sat May 23 Emirates FA Cup Final
All Premier League fixtures are schedule to change for television broadcast or to accommodate European and domestic cup matches.
The planned release schedule for televised games is below.
Matches played August to September: (release date) 5 July
Matches player in October: 6 August
Matches played in November: 16 September
Matches played in December to January: 11 October
Matches played in February: 14 December
Matches played in March: 24 January
Matches played in April: 21 February
Matches played in May: 3 April
(Round 38 matches selected after all clubs have played 37 matches)