Pochettino, who will officially take over as Chelsea manager on July 1, will play Jurgen Klopp’s side on Sunday, August 13 as both teams try to get off to a good start in their quest to put their disappointing 2022-23 seasons behind them.
The new season kicks off on Friday, August 11, with champions Manchester City facing newly promoted Burnley in their first match of the season.
In that game, Burnley manager Vincent Kompany will face his former club and previous manager, Pep Guardiola, when the Championship champions take on the Premier League champions in the first game of the new season.
The first Saturday of the 2023-24 season will see Arsenal play Nottingham Forest in the early kickoff, while Brentford will host Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
The opening weekend will be completed when Manchester United hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford on Monday, August 14.
Luton Town’s first Premier League fixture will be away to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, while Sheffield United will host Crystal Palace.
Newcastle United and Aston Villa, two of last season’s most remarkable sides, square off at St James’ Park in the late kickoff on the first Saturday.
Bournemouth visit West Ham United on the opening weekend, while Everton, who averted relegation on the penultimate day of last season, welcome Fulham to Goodison Park.
Premier League 2023-24 opening weekend fixtures
Friday August 11, 2023
Burnley vs. Man City (8pm)
Saturday August 12, 2023
Arsenal vs. Nott’m Forest (12.30pm)
AFC Bournemouth vs. West Ham
Brighton vs. Luton Town
Everton vs. Fulham
Sheff Utd vs. Crystal Palace
Newcastle vs. Aston Villa (5.30pm)
Sunday August 13, 2023
Brentford vs. Spurs (2pm)
Chelsea vs. Liverpool (4.30pm)
Monday August 14, 2023
Man Utd vs. Wolves (8pm)
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