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Fixtures 2018/19 – derbies and other key dates

Posted on 14 June 2018  - 12:15

We now know that we will kick off our Premier League campaign away to Newcastle United.

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For the second season running, we will travel to St James' Park for the opening fixture of the season with the match currently scheduled for 11 August. Dele Alli and Ben Davies scored the goals as we won 2-0 in the corresponding game last term.

Our first home fixture is scheduled to take place against newly-promoted Fulham on 18 August at Wembley Stadium before we move into our new stadium with the first game there currently due to take place against Liverpool on 15 September.

London derbies are always among the most eagerly-anticipated matches and we face back-to-back Premier League games against two of our rivals when we host Chelsea on 24 November before travelling to Arsenal on 1 December.

The reverse fixtures – at Stamford Bridge on 27 February and at home to the Gunners on 2 March – will bring back happy memories as we recorded impressive victories in both games last season as we surged towards a third place finish.

We meet champions Manchester City for the first time with a home game on 27 October, while we visit Manchester United on 25 August.

Remember, all fixtures are subject to change.

Here are some of the key dates in our schedule:

Arsenal (A) – 1 December; Arsenal (H) – 2 March
Chelsea (H) – 24 November; Chelsea (A) – 27 February
Manchester City (H) – 27 October; Manchester City (A) – 20 April
Manchester United (A) – 25 August; Manchester United (H) – 12 January
Liverpool (H) – 15 September; Liverpool (A) – 30 March
West Ham United (A) – 20 October; West Ham United (H) – 27 April

Newly-promoted teams:

Wolverhampton Wanderers (A) – 3 November; Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) – 29 December
Cardiff City (H) – 6 October; Cardiff City (A) – 1 January
Fulham (H) – 18 August; Fulham (A) – 19 January

* Please remember, all fixtures are subject to change.