The opening day records of Premier League clubs

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A trip to Liverpool awaits at the end of March on the 30th and Tottenham will visit the champions Man City on April 20 before a home clash with West Ham on April 27.

Leicester City's first game at King Power Stadium comes a week later on Saturday 18 August, when newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers visit King Power Stadium for the first time since 2013.

This will also mean Tottenham will play all of their Champions League matches at the new stadium after previous fears these too would have to be moved back to Wembley.

Being the unbearably needy dweebs they are, the Premier League have chosen the first day of the World Cup to announce their fixtures for the 2018/19 season.

Among the final round of matches, scheduled for May 12, Manchester City are at Brighton - where they started last season - while Cardiff and Wolves are at Manchester United and Liverpool respectively.

None of the promoted sides have been given a horror run of games against leading clubs at the start of the season, although they will each face at least one of the big six in their opening four fixtures.

Liverpool are at home to Manchester United on December 15 before making the return trip on February 23.

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Mauricio Pochettino's men are set to entertain Chelsea on November 24 and travel to the Emirates to take on Arsenal on December 1.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is allegedly "angered" by Liverpool's fixture list for the 2018/19 campaign.

Four rounds of Premier League fixtures are scheduled before the first worldwide break, which is on the weekend of 8-9 September.

Liverpool will be the first visitors to the yet-to-be-named stadium on the weekend of September 15-16, the club confirmed.

Few supporters will relish the new campaign more than those of Wolves, Cardiff City and Fulham, who all return to the Premier League from the Championship.

Fulham begin with London derbies against Crystal Palace and Tottenham, while Cardiff follow their opener at Bournemouth with a home game against Newcastle.

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