Premier League fixtures leaked: Who Man Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal play first next season – Express

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Leaks happen almost every season and these are not confirmed games but if they turn out to be true then United will surely be happy to start with what looks like an extremely winnable fixture.

Their clash will allegedly take place at 4pm on Sunday, August 11 just after newly-promoted Aston Villa take on Leicester at Villa Park.

Elsewhere, Champions League winners Liverpool are said to be away at Burnley on the evening kick-off on Saturday, August 10.

The season will supposedly get underway on at 12:30pm on the Saturday as Tottenham host Norwich.

Sheffield United will go to Bournemouth as they return to the top flight for the first time since 2007.

Arsenal look set to travel to Crystal Palace own the opening day while Everton host Newcastle and Chelsea go to Southampton.

Watford at home to West Ham completes the Saturday schedule.

Reigning Premier League champions Manchester City will apparently have a trip to Wolves on Monday, August 12 12.

Leaked opening day Premier League fixtures

Saturday, August 10

12: 30 Tottenham v Norwich

15:00 Bournemouth v Sheffield United

15:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal

15:00 Everton v Newcastle

15:00 Southampton v Chelsea

15:00 Watford v West Ham

17:30 Burnley v Liverpool

Sunday, August 11

13:30 Aston Villa v Leicester

16:00 Manchester United v Brighton

Monday, August 12

20:00 Wolves v Manchester City

The official Premier League fixtures will be announced on Thursday, June 13 at 9am.

You can find out when they are announced at Express.co.uk/Football.

United will be looking to maintain their incredible record on the opening day.

They finished last season poorly under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but have won 17 of their previous 26 games on the opening day.

Many squads will be unrecognisable from last term as we are expecting a busy summer transfer window.

You can follow live transfer updates here and United could be one of the main players in the market as Solskjaer looks to overhaul his struggling group of players.



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