Leicester City Travel To Manchester United In 2018/19 Premier League Opener

Kristopher Nichols
June 14, 2018

Pep Guardiola's side, who won the 2017-18 title in record-breaking fashion, will start the new campaign at the Emirates Stadium in what will be Unai Emery's first competitive match at the helm of the Gunners.

Emery will have little time to prepare for a trip to Manchester United (December 4).

They begin their Premier League season at home to West Ham before facing Crystal Palace, Brighton and Leicester.

Liverpool, the losing Champions League finalists, appear to have the toughest start of any of the likely title-contenders.

Tottenham, who have until Friday to decide whether to return to Wembley next season while work on their new stadium is completed, have been given an away opener - starting their second successive campaign at Newcastle.

The redeveloped White Hart Lane will not be ready for the start of the season, so their first home game against the Cottagers will be played at the national stadium.

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Arsene Wenger used to give the players four weeks off at least, but it is a new era for Arsenal with a new coach coming into the club.

The opening day of the season has the whopper clash between Arsenal and their tormentors from last season, the champions Manchester City.

Cardiff travel to Bournemouth on their return to the top flight, while there will be an all Portuguese affair at Molineux as Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves are at home to Marco Silva's Everton.

Trips to City (February 2) and Tottenham (March 2) follow before their final "Top Six" fixture against United (March 9).

Spurs had been due to host Watford on 1 September, but the Hornets agreed to swap the fixture's venue to Vicarage Road.

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