Premier League champions Manchester City have been handed their winter break a week later than their top-six rivals.
Pep Guardiola’s City will host West Ham on Sunday, February 9, while leaders Liverpool, second-placed Leicester, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United do not have fixtures that weekend.
Following an agreement in June 2018 between the Football Association, the Premier League and EFL, this season is the first to feature a mid-season player break.
Saturday February 1st 2020
Sunday February 2nd 2020
Saturday February 8th 2020
Sunday February 9th 2020
Friday February 14th 2020
Saturday February 15th 2020
Sunday February 16th 2020
Monday February 17th 2020
Saturday February 22nd 2020
Sunday February 23rd 2020
Monday February 24th 2020
Friday February 28th 2020
Saturday February 29th 2020
Sunday March 1st 2020
That means Newcastle’s first ever winter break will take place on the weekend of February 8-9 2020.
There’s the first winter break to consider in February too.
United’s game at Arsenal will either be on the weekend of February 8 or 15, depending on how they are split.
NUFC games ALREADY on TV
This is what we already know.
Man U vs NUFC, Boxing Day, Amazon
NUFC vs Leicester, New Year’s Day, BT Sport
Rochdale vs NUFC, Jan 4, BT Sport
NUFC vs Chelsea, Jan 18, Sky Sports
Hi everyone, we’re expecting to hear about the next batch of TV fixtures at around 12pm today - we’ll keep you posted on any news.
Sat Feb 1: Man Utd vs Wolves (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 2: Burnley vs Arsenal (2pm)
Sun Feb 2: Tottenham vs Man City (4.30pm)
Sun Feb 9: Man City vs West Ham (4.30pm)
Sat Feb 15: Norwich City vs Liverpool (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 16: Aston Villa vs Tottenham (2pm)
Sun Feb 16: Arsenal vs Newcastle (4.30pm)
Mon Feb 17: Chelsea vs Man Utd (8pm)
Sat Feb 22: Leicester vs Man City (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 23: Arsenal vs Everton (4.30pm)
Mon Feb 24: Liverpool vs West Ham (8pm)
Fri Feb 28: Norwich vs Leicester (8pm)*
Sat Feb 29: Watford vs Liverpool (5.30pm)
Sun Mar 1: Man City vs Arsenal (2pm)**
Sun Mar 1: Everton vs Man Utd (2pm)**
* subject to Leicester’s possible participation in the EFL Cup final
** subject to EFL Cup final