With England’s World Cup hopes now over, football fans are turning their attention to the return of the Premier League, which is not too far away at all.
There is very little rest for any players that have gone deep at the World Cup, with pre-season training already underway and the first matches right around the corner.
Arsenal and Chelsea will both have new men at the helm on the opening weekend of the season, whilst Fulham, Cardiff and Wolves are the three new arrivals from the Championship.
Here is when it gets back underway and what we can look forward to on the opening day of the season…
The season gets going on Friday, 10 August at Old Trafford between two former Premier League winners in Manchester United and Leicester.
Which means the opening weekend of the campaign is over three days, with six games on Saturday and three more on the Sunday.
The Premier League season runs right the way through to 12 May 2019.
Friday 10 August
Man Utd vs. Leicester
Saturday 11 August
Newcastle vs. Spurs
Bournemouth vs. Cardiff
Fulham vs. Crystal Palace
Huddersfield vs. Chelsea
Watford vs. Brighton
Wolves vs. Everton
Sunday 12 August
Liverpool vs. West Ham
Southampton vs. Burnley
Arsenal vs. Man City
Fixtures to be played on on the weekend of August 11
The FA Cup final is scheduled for 18 May 2019, with the EFL Cup final set for 24 February.
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