The Premier League football season is back folks!
This years Premier League 2018/19 season starts on Friday 10th August, and the first live TV fixtures have been confirmed as follows.
Friday 10 August 2018
Man Utd v Leicester City – 8pm
Saturday 11 August 2018
Newcastle United v Spurs – 12:30pm
Wolves v Everton – 5:30pm
AFC Bournemouth v Cardiff City
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Huddersfield Town v Chelsea
Watford v Brighton
Sunday 12 August 2018
Liverpool v West Ham – 1.30pm, live on Sky Sports & NOW TV
Arsenal v Man City – 4pm, live on Sky Sports & NOW TV
Southampton v Burnley – kick-off 1:30pm
Some big changes underway
Jose Mourinho admitted that he may not have his ideal side at his disposal when Manchester United open their Premier League campaign on Friday. “There is no time to cry,” he said. Players are not going to be with the team on Friday, so Mourinho will assemble the best possible team to fight on the Premiers League start.
Mourinho still remains hopeful of strengthening his side in the transfer window before the August 9 deadline, with Brazil international midfielder Fred the club’s top signing this summer. 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.
All the dates are liable to change, like in every season. But, the first month of the season are now locked in, with more live TV matches yet to be confirmed.
Liverpool have completed the world-record signing of goalkeeper Alisson – and with it their summer transfer business.
Press Association Sport understands the Reds have agreed to pay a guaranteed £56million up front, with £53.8m going to Roma and £2.2m to the Brazil international’s former club Internacional. They will pay a further £9m in add-ons, dependant on Champions League qualification and also wins in that competition, Europa League or Premier League.
Check out the full schedule for the 2018/19 season
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