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Manchester City to face Arsenal on opening day of 2018-19 Premier League season

Champions Manchester City will travel to Emirates on the opening day of the 2018-19 Premier League season.

City have been absolutely dominant in the 2017/18 season. They set marks unmatched in the 26 seasons of the competition. Record-smashing, goal-scoring, swashbuckling and awe-inspiring – Pep Guardiola finally showing his worth, setting new standards in Premier League history.

New Arsenal Boss Unai Emery has been give a tough start to the life at Arsenal after he was handed with the games against Manchester City and Chelsea.

Last time, City produced 3-0 display at Emirates, just five days after our victory over Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.

Following the Arsenal game, their next six fixtures are against Huddersfield, Wolves, Newcastle, Fulham, Cardiff City and Brighton. Man City do not face top-six team until they are away to Liverpool.

Two legs of Derby is scheduled for November 10 at the Etihad, with the return game at Old Trafford due to take place on March 16.

Man City’s full 2018-19 Premier League fixtures:

11/08/2018 – Arsenal – A

18/08/2018 – Huddersfield Town – H

25/08/2018 – Wolverhampton Wanderers – A

01/09/2018 – Newcastle United – H

15/09/2018 – Fulham – H

22/09/2018 – Cardiff City – A

29/09/2018 – Brighton and Hove Albion – H

06/10/2018 – Liverpool – A

20/10/2018 – Burnley – H

27/10/2018 – Tottenham Hotspur – A

03/11/2018 – Southampton – H

10/11/2018 – Manchester United – H

24/11/2018 – West Ham United – A

01/12/2018 – Bournemouth – H

04/12/2018 – Watford – A

08/12/2018 – Chelsea – A

15/12/2018 – Everton – H

22/12/2018 – Crystal Palace – H

26/12/2018 – Leicester City – A

29/12/2018 – Southampton – A

01/01/2019 – Liverpool – H

12/01/2019 – Wolverhampton Wanderers – H

19/01/2019 – Huddersfield Town – A

30/01/2019 – Newcastle United – A

02/02/2019 – Arsenal – H

09/02/2019 – Chelsea – H

23/02/2019 – Everton – A

27/02/2019 – West Ham United – H

02/03/2019 – Bournemouth – A

09/03/2019 – Watford – H

16/03/2019 – Manchester United – A

30/03/2019 – Fulham – A

06/04/2019 – Cardiff City – H

13/04/2019 – Crystal Palace – A

20/04/2019 – Tottenham Hotspur – H

27/04/2019 – Burnley – A

04/05/2019 – Leicester City – H

12/05/2019 – Brighton and Hove Albion – A

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