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Champions Chelsea host Burnley on opening day

Chelsea begin their title defence at home to Burnley

The 2017-2018 Premier League season kicks off on the weekend of August 12-13 fixtures with defending champions Chelsea taking on Burnley at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham, who finished second last season, are away to Rafa Benitez’s newly promoted Newcastle United. When the sides last met on the final day of season 2015-2016, Newcastle hammered the Londoners by 5-1.

Third-placed Manchester City are away to another newcomer, Brighton, while the third team to be promoted, Huddersfield Town travels to London to face Crystal Palace.

Fixtures for the opening day of the season on weekend August 12-13:
Arsenal v Leicester City
Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City
Chelsea v Burnley
Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town
Everton v Stoke City
Manchester United v West Ham United
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton v Swansea City
Watford v Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion v Bournemouth

The big clashes till the end of 2017:
August 19th: Tottenham v Chelsea
August 26th: Liverpool v Arsenal
September 9th: Manchester City v Liverpool
September 16th: Chelsea v Arsenal
September 30th: Chelsea v Manchester City
October 14th: Liverpool v Manchester United
October 21st: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
October 28th: Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
November 4th: Chelsea v Manchester United, Manchester City v Arsenal
November 18th: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
November 25th: Liverpool v Chelsea
December 2nd: Arsenal v Manchester United
December 9th: Manchester United v Manchester City
December 16th: Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
December 23rd: Arsenal v Liverpool

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