Manchester City vs Tottenham, Saturday August 17th, 12:30 pm, Etihad Stadium. With both of these teams harbouring hopes of a title challenge this season - one looking to retain their crown and the other looking to make a step up - this could be a hugely telling game on the way that both Man City and Tottenham’s seasons might pan out.
Wolves vs Manchester United, Monday August 19th, 3:00 pm, Molineux. One of the standout fixtures of the Premier League weekend gets underway on Monday night with Wolverhampton Wanderers playing host to Manchester United in a battle between two of last season’s top seven sides.
Southampton vs Liverpool, Saturday August 17th, 10:00 am, St. Mary's Stadium. The Premier League continues this weekend with title challenging Liverpool making the trip to the south coast to take on Southampton, who suffered a miserable opening day defeat at Burnley.
Chelsea vs Leicester, Sunday August 18th, 11:30 am, Stamford Bridge. After disappointing opening games for both of these sides, a win is imperative for both the Blues and the Foxes. Although, with Chelsea losing their first game under Frank Lampard 4-0, you could argue they need the win more.
Liverpool vs Chelsea, Wednesday August 14th, 15:00, Vodafone Park (İstanbul). The first piece of European silverware of the season is up for grabs as Liverpool (Champions League holders) take on Chelsea (Europa League winners) in the UEFA Super Cup clash, a game in which the Reds are favourites to win.
Manchester United vs Chelsea, Sunday August 11th, 11:30 am, Old Trafford. A battle of two teams with designs on returning to the top of the table takes place on Sunday as Frank Lampard begins his Premier League managerial career.
Newcastle vs Arsenal , Sunday August 11th, 9:00 am, St James’ Park. It’s another new era on the Toon as Steve Bruce takes charge of his first competitive match as Newcastle United boss, coming up against an Unai Emery led Arsenal with the Spaniard under intense pressure to bring Champions League football back to the Emirates.
Tottenham vs Aston Villa, Saturday August 10th, 12:30 pm, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Premier League returns this weekend with one of the standout ties seeing newly-promoted Aston Villa travel to Tottenham, who will be once more among the league’s leading teams this campaign.
West Ham vs Manchester City, Saturday August 10th, 7:30 AM, London Stadium. The Premier League season gets underway this weekend with champions Manchester City traveling down to East London to face off against former manager Manuel Pellegrini and his new look and exciting West Ham side.