Premier League fixtures: Arsenal face Man City, Chelsea in first two games

Spurs to host Liverpool in first match at their new stadium as they start Premier League season at Wembley

Premier League 2018/19 fixtures revealed: Unai Emery faces daunting start to Arsenal tenure

By contrast, only United's first three Champions League games will be followed by a home match in the Premier League, against Wolves, Newcastle and Everton.

During the opening six fixtures, City are due to play all three promoted teams, handing Guardiola's men the flawless opportunity to make another strong start to the season.

Emery has succeeded Arsene Wenger, who left Arsenal after 22 years in charge.

The Blues' defence of the Premier League title kicks off with one of the toughest of tests - a trip to Arsenal.

After the opening-weekend game at Etihad Stadium, the Gunners travel to fellow top-six contenders Chelsea.

Spurs, who start 2018-19 away at Newcastle, were hoping to move into their 62,000-arena for the start of the campaign but work has overran, meaning they will return to the national stadium for one game, with Fulham the visitors on August 18.

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Fixtures for the 2018-19 Premier League season will be announced at 09:00 BST on Thursday, 14 June.

Emery's first game will come against Manchester City at home on the first day of the season.

Both aiming for cup success and consistent finishes in the top four, the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal have been pushed down the league of late as the Reds and Spurs both climb.

Fulham's first game back in the Premier League sees former boss Roy Hodgson make the short trip across London with his Crystal Palace side.

City host the first of the 2018/19 clashes, welcoming United to the Etihad Stadium on 10 November and our visit to Old Trafford takes place on 16 March.

The two games were significant in the title winning season as City opened up their dominance and points lead away in December, with Nicolas Otamendi and David Silva goals proving enough in a 2-1 win.

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