With the depth and quality of Manchester City’s squad, the order in which they face the rest of the Premier League will most likely not affect their title challenge.
Manchester City fans have been vocal on Twitter regarding the release of the 2019/20 Premier League fixtures. Man City has not yet announced any transfers this summer, despite them having much to prove in European football.
Some fans may be getting complacent, whilst hoping that their team doesn’t.
One City fan doesn’t want to hear about fixtures, he wants transfer news.
Manchester City’s original fixture poster said ‘October 2018’ and ‘May 2019’ rather than ‘October 2019’ and ‘May 2020’, they made light of the amendment by captioning it ‘spot the difference’. Unfortunately for Manchester United, no time travelling to the past will partake in the upcoming season.