Manchester United are set to challenge their local city rivals Manchester City for the Premier League title next season. The Premier League fixtures for 2021/22 campaign are already out with 5 big derbies set to entertain football fans. The Defending champions Manchester City will play last season runners up Manchester United on 6th November 2021 at Old Trafford for the first leg while the second leg will be played on 8th March 2022 at Etihad Stadium. After the Manchester Derby, The red devils will face Liverpool on 23rd November 2021 for the North West Derby at Old Trafford & reverse fixture will be on 29th May 2022 at Anfield.
Arsenal will have a tough task next season when they face their london rivals for the Premier League top 4 spots. Arsenal will play Chelsea on 21st August 2021 at Emirates Stadium for the London Derby before travelling to Stamford Bridge on 12th February 2022 for the second leg fixture. The Gunners will play rivals Tottenham Hotspurs on 25th September 2021 at Emirates Stadium in a North London Derby before travelling to Hotspurs Stadium on 15th January 2022 for the reverse fixture. Liverpool will play Everton on 30th November 2021 at Goodison Park in a Mersey-side Derby before welcoming the Toffees on 21st March 2022 at Anfield.
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