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Reds to be first visitors to Spurs' new home

July 16 2018, 04:36 | Van Peters

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After the Gunners host the champions, the team now managed by Emery are at Chelsea.

As with every year, fixtures and kick-off times are all subject to change as and when the relevant games are chosen for broadcasting.

The first Manchester derby takes place at City's Etihad Stadium on 10 November with the second at Old Trafford on 16 March.

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

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

Tottenham make the trip to Tyneside to play Newcastle United, while Chelsea go to Huddersfield and Manchester United host Leicester City.

He told the club's official website: "We are so excited to have the date of the first Premier League match at our new stadium".

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

The release of the 2018/19 Premier League fixtures sees Liverpool head to Tottenham on September 15 - meaning the Reds will be the first visitors to their new ground.

The match will also be new Arsenal manager Unai Emery's first in English football's top flight.

Antonio Conte's Blues travel to Huddersfield on the opening day and after the trip to Arsenal come Newcastle, Bournemouth, Cardiff, West Ham, Liverpool and Southampton.

Now the attention turns towards the summer, and the players who could be moving clubs ahead of the 2018-19 season.

It is now all about which of them can navigate their programme best - but none of them will want to be in Arsenal's shoes at the beginning of August.



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