It’s Premier League Fixtures Day!
Set your alarm: The fixtures for the new Premier League 2018/19 season are released today at 9am.
Manchester City ran away with the title last season while rivals United, Tottenham and Liverpool all made up the top four.
Chelsea and Arsenal must make do with Europa League football next season as they attempt to force their way back into the reckoning.
But will that order change come next May?
The Gunners have a new manager in charge with Unai Emery replacing Arsene Wenger.
The legendary Frenchman stepped down at the Emirates Stadium last month after 21 years at the helm.
The Spaniard, who guided PSG to Ligue 1 glory last season, will be tasked with restoring the glory days for the Gunners.
Their north London rivals Spurs have a historic season ahead too as they open the doors to their new White Hart Lane stadium.
Elsewhere in the capital, Chelsea will be hoping to bounce back from their miserable title defence last year – but will Antonio Conte still be in charge?
Further north, Manchester City will be hoping Pep Guardiola’s champions continue their dominance with another successful season.
But Manchester United and Liverpool have already started the summer by by spending big and will be looking to hunt their rivals down this time round.
Wolves steam rolled through the Championship last year – can they become a hit in the Premier League?
Fellow newly-promoted sides Fulham and Cardiff will be hoping they can follow Huddersfield, Brighton and Newcastle by securing survival.
And alongside Emery, West Ham and Everton have new managers in Manuel Pellegrini and Marco Silva respectively – will they be smiling at the end of the season?
Things will be getting back underway again in August – and we’ll bring you all the latest fixtures as soon as they are announced this morning.
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