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Arsenal 2018/19 Premier League fixtures in full

Arsenal 2018/19 Premier League fixtures in full
Unai Emery was appointed as Arsene Wengers successor in May (Picture: Getty)

Unai Emery reign at Arsenal in the Premier League will begin with a clash at home to champions Manchester City.

The Spaniard was appointed as Arsene Wengers successor last month and has wasted little time in addressing several of the weaknesses in the squad he inherited.

Stephan Lichsteiner arrived on a free transfer, while deals for goalkeeper Bernd Leno, Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira and Borussia Dortmund centre-half Sokratis Papastathopoulos are all in the pipeline.

The Gunners start against Pep Guardiolas City before heading to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea.

Arsenals 2018/19 fixtures in the English top flight…

AUGUST 2018

11 AUG Manchester City (H)

18 AUG Chelsea (A)

25 AUG West Ham (H)

SEPTEMBER 2018

1 SEPT Cardiff (A)

15 SEPT Newcastle (A)

22 SEPT Everton (H)

29 SEPT Watford (H)

OCTOBER 2018

6 OCT Fulham (A)

20 OCT Leicester (H)

27 OCT Crystal Palace (A)

NOVEMBER 2018

3 NOV Liverpool (H)

10 NOV Wolves (H)

24 NOV Bournemouth (A)

DECEMBER 2018

1 DEC Tottenham (H)

4 DEC Manchester United (A)

8 DEC Huddersfield (H)

15 DEC Southampton (A)

22 DEC Burnley (H)

26 DEC Brighton (A)

29 DEC Liverpool (A)

JANUARY 2019

1 JAN Fulham (H)

12 JAN West Ham (A)

19 JAN Chelsea (H)

29 JAN Cardiff (H)

FEBRUARY 2019

2 FEB Manchester City (A)

9 FEB Huddersfield (A)

23 FEB Southampton (H)

26 FEB Bournemouth (H)

MARCH 2019

2 MAR Tottenham (A)

9 MAR Manchester United (H)

16 MAR Wolves (A)

30 MAR Newcastle (H)

APRIL 2019

6 APR Everton (A)

12 APR Watford (A)

20 APR Crystal Palace (H)

27 Leicester (A)

MAY 2019

4 MAY Brighton (H)

12 MAY Burnley (A)

Emery claimed he was looking forward to the challenge of managing Arsenal at his opening press conference last month.

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It is a great challenge but in my career, every year I grow up with a new challenge. For me, the challenge is a dream come true, he said.

I want to know how we will grow this team, this squad. I know all the players, they are all very important. I will speak individually with all the players face to face.

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I believe in the players who are here. The objective is to work hard.

We want to work to improve individually and collectively all that we can. All the titles are important for us, I think we can -and we want to be – candidates for them.

I dont promise we will win but I can promise you we will work hard, work together.

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