Update: The fixtures are now released…
Manchester City start their title defence at Eastlands with a home match against newly promoted Southampton. That match is certain to be changed for live television coverage.
Manchester United travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton.
Arsenal take on Sunderland at the Emirates, Newcastle take on currently managerless Spurs and Chelsea welcome Wigan to Stamford Bridge.
Brendan Rodgers’ career as Liverpool boss begins with a game at West Brom.
Michael Laudrup’s Swansea begin the campaign at Loftus Road against Queens Park Rangers.
West Ham United take on Aston Villa at home with Reading travelling to face Stoke at the Madejski stadium.
And finally, Fulham and Norwich City will meet at Craven Cottage.
The fixtures are released at 9am and we will print them in full here on What Culture later this morning as soon as they are made available.
Who will newly crowned Champions Manchester City play in their first challenge in retaining their title? Who will the new managers at Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, Norwich City, West Brom and Swansea play in their opening games?
How will North East rivals Newcastle United and Sunderland end up with in the luck of the draw (last year they were rather interestingly placed together in the second match of the campaign) and for the long-serving Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and Manchester United manager Sir. Alex Ferguson they have been here enough times in the past to know that it is always important to get off to a good start!
Check back here at 9am though remember that the fixtures released will be subject to butchering by European football and Sky & ESPN television coverage, neither of which are factored in when the fixture list comes out.