Premier League fixtures deal Arsenal boss Unai Emery a nightmare start

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

The Premier League announced the fixture list for the upcoming season earlier on Thursday, and it has not been kind to Arsenal.

The Red Devils boss, who has managed in England for the majority of his career so far, believes the Three Lions can lift the World Cup this year due to the strength of the Premier League, where most of their players ply their trade.

Full of hope before the 9am announcement, many were left in a grump after discovering that the Gunners must face defending champions Manchester City and 2017 winners Chelsea in their first two games.

The breakdown of three home and three away Premier League games following Champions League group matches is also the schedule that's been handed to both Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

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As for the rest of the opening day itinerary, it looks like this...

The Foxes begin their campaign away to Manchester United on Saturday 11 August (3pm kick-off) - Puel's first fixture at Old Trafford as City manager.

Tottenham would be hosting us on November 24 and the reverse fixture would take place at Stamford Bridge on February 27.

Spurs petitioned to play their first four games away from home, similarly to Liverpool last season before the opening of their new main stand.

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Manchester City are the reigning champions, with promoted sides Wolverhampton Wanderers, Fulham and Cardiff City all returning to the Premier League.

The Blues have won our last five encounters against Wolves and Fulham and last two against Cardiff.

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As run-ins go (and without tempting fate!), on paper, that one is fairly kind.

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