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Opening weekend fixtures and TV times: Arsenal to kick-off season in Friday night London derby against Crystal Palace

ARSENAL will kick off the Premier League season for the second year in a row with the Gunners travelling to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace live on Sky Sports.

The last time Arsenal faced Patrick Vieira‘s men away from home, Palace stuck three past them in a major blow to their top-four hopes.

Arsenal will kick off the Premier League season for the second year running
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Liverpool fans will then be given a first glimpse of club record signing Darwin Nunez in competitive action.

Jurgen Klopp’s domestic double Reds travel to Championship record goal scorers Fulham in a Saturday 12.30 kick-off on BT Sport.

Fabio Carvalho could feature against his old club Fulham after leaving for Liverpool on a free transfer.

Bournemouth‘s return to the top flight will see them face a new look Aston Villa at 3pm.



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Boubacar Kamara, Diego Carlos and Philippe Coutinho have already arrived at Villa Park.

Leeds vs Wolves, Leicester vs Brentford, Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest and Tottenham vs Southampton make up the rest of the 3pm kick-offs on the opening weekend.

Everton will then close the opening Saturday when they welcome Chelsea to Goodison Park in a 5.30 kick-off live on Sky Sports.


That clash on Merseyside will see Frank Lampard coming up against his former side in the Blues’ first competitive match under new owner Todd Boehly.

The first Super Sunday of the season will feature both Manchester clubs.

Manchester City will see summer signing Erling Haaland in action.

Pep Guardiola’s Prem champions will travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham in a 4.30pm kick-off.

The two sides played out a thrilling 2-2 draw last time out, with City coming from two goals down after Jarrod Bowen scored a first half brace.

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But before West Ham and City play, Erik ten Hag will look to start his Manchester United career with a win.

The Red Devils will take on Brighton at Old Trafford in a 2pm kick-off.