Leicester City will begin the new season with a home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers, just like they did in the 19/20 season, where VAR was used for the first time ever in the Premier League.
It's set to be new Wolves boss Bruno Lage's first competitive match after he replaced Nuno Espirito Santo ahead of the new season.
This opening fixture is followed by two away trips, firstly they face fellow Europa League competitors West Ham United at the London Stadium. They then travel down to Norwich City to finish off the month. The Foxes' last trip to Carrow Road ended miserably in a 1-0 loss with a late Jamal Lewis strike to sink them.
After Leicester's generous first month, December and the Christmas period is far from that. They face a treacherous festive period, starting off with a tough home game against Tottenham Hotspur, a fixture that will be ringing in the back of the Foxes' minds following their loss on the final game of last season - resulting in them missing out on Champions League football for the second consecutive season.
In the two weeks following this, they face Everton away, next is an away trip to reigning champions Manchester City on Boxing Day, followed by Liverpool at home 48 hours later.
On New Years Day, the Canaries come to the King Power Stadium as Leicester host Norwich, with January ending similarly to September with games against Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion.
February is another tricky period for Brendan Rodgers' side, they face three away games, including trips to Anfield to face Liverpool and a visit to Stamford Bridge in a clash against Chelsea.
March doesn't look as hectic for Leicester as they face Leeds United at home and also Brentford's first-ever visit to the King Power. In the middle of these home games, they travel to Arsenal, in a bid to win back-to-back games at The Emirates for the first time ever.
After the last two seasons have ended with horrible run-ins for the Foxes, that ultimately cost them Champions League football, this time around they round of the campaign with much easier games compared to recent times. They face Everton at home in the first game of May, then face an away trip to Watford, and they end the season at the King Power Stadium yet again, with Southampton visiting.
*Of course all dates are subject to change, especially with the Foxes competing in the Europa League once again this season.
Key Fixture dates
August 14 - Wolves, first game of the season (H)
December 26 - Manchester City, Boxing Day (A)
January 1 - Norwich, New Years day (H)
May 22 - Southampton, final game of the season (H)
The full fixture list can be found below: