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PREMIER LEAGUE: 2024/25 fixtures released as Man City begin title defence against Chelsea in Enzo Maresca-Pep Guardiola reunion

The Premier League is set for an exciting kick-off next season with thrilling clashes, including a humdinger between defending champions Manchester City and Chelsea.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola kisses the Premier League trophy after the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Picture date: Sunday May 19, 2024.
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The Premier League is set for an exciting kick-off next season with thrilling clashes, including a humdinger between defending champions Manchester City and Chelsea.

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The 2024/25 Premier League fixtures and the dates of all 380 matches have been released.

The 2024/25 campaign will start on Friday, August 16 when Manchester United host Fulham at Old Trafford.

The opening clash will be followed by six fixtures scheduled for Saturday, August 17.

Ipswich Town will mark their return to the Premier League by hosting giants Liverpool, who will begin life under new manager Arne Slot.

Last season’s runners-up Arsenal will be at home against Wolves while Everton host Brighton and Newcastle United entertain visiting Southampton.

The last two fixtures of Saturday will see Nottingham Forest come against Bournemouth at home as Aston Villa travels to West Ham.

On Sunday, Brentford hosts Crystal Palace before Man City begin their title defence against Chealse at Stamford Bridge.

The match will see Pep Guardiola come up against his former assistant Enzo Maresca, who has been tasked to lead Chelsea in the new season.

The last match of the opening weekend takes place on Monday between another Premier League returnee Leicester City and Tottenham Spurs.

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