Mark your calendars as the new Premier League fixture schedule has been announced
For fans of football, the Premier Leagues fixture announcement is a landmark date. Marking the start of the new season theres plenty to be excited about.
Whether you look out for which rivals are playing each other first, or how your teams opening day looks, the announcement is enough to tide fans over until that first fixture. The news also gives fans an insight into which teams will be shown live on TV.
Since the announcement, streaming giantPrime Video from Amazonhas released its fixture schedule for next season. Falling either side of the World Cup the platform will show two full match rounds later on in the year.
The first ten fixtures will be taking place in the October midweek round from Tuesday, 18 and Wednesday, 19. This round includes such fixtures asArsenala home toManchester CityandManchester Unitedtaking on Spurs.
Both clashes will be an interesting watch with Mikel Arteta facing his former mentor in Pep Guardiola. It will also be the first time that Ten Hag faces Antonio Conte.
Following what we hope to be a successful World Cup, Prime Video will host the return ofPremier Leaguefootball on Boxing Day. These fixtures include Steven Gerrard facing his former club as Aston Villa playLiverpool.
On the other side of Merseyside,Evertonwill be hoping to vastly improve on last season with a clash againstWolves. Meanwhile Arsenal face a trickyWest Hamside whileLeicestertake onNewcastle.
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On Tuesday, October 18 the games shown live will be:
Winding down the festive season in style, on Monday, December 26 the games on Prime Video will be:
To sign up for Amazon Prime Video ahead of the new season,visit the website hereto find out more.
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