Mourinho furious about Premier League fixtures for next season

BREAKING: Manchester City to start title defence at Arsenal

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Manchester City will begin their title defence at the Emirates Stadium after the Premier League announced their fixtures for the 2018/19 season.

The match will also be new Arsenal manager Unai Emery's first in English football's top flight.

None of the teams involved in the Champions League will know the extent of their travels until the draw for the group stage, which does not take place until August.

With the release of City's 2018/19 Premier League fixtures, we analyse the stand-out matches and potentially key periods.

United, who begin their season at home to Leicester City, were the only team to claim three points at the Etihad against Guardiola's champions last season, with Paul Pogba inspiring the visitors to a 3-2 victory in April having trailed 2-0 at half-time.

Manchester City celebrate after winning the 2017-18 Premier League title.

City will then take on Huddersfield Town in their first home game of the season, before rounding off August with a trip to newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Fulham's first game back in the Premier League sees former boss Roy Hodgson make the short trip across London with his Crystal Palace side.

Oddly, for the third consecutive season, we lock horns with Arsenal and Chelsea in consecutive games.

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, is furious with the Premier League board for giving Liverpool a more favourable series of fixtures than the Red Devils.

City claimed a 100% record against Arsenal and Chelsea last season with our 1-0 triumph at Stamford Bridge a stand-out victory and performance.

The redeveloped White Hart Lane will not be ready for the start of the season, so their first home game against the Cottagers will be played at the national stadium.

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