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Premier League Fixtures - Big_Dave - 06-14-2018

The opening weekend in full

Arsenal v Manchester City
Bournemouth v Cardiff City
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Huddersfield Town v Chelsea
Liverpool v West Ham United
Manchester United v Leicester City
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton v Burnley
Watford v Brighton
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton



RE: Premier League Fixtures - wba_go_boing - 06-14-2018

Hang on - who are we playing?


RE: Premier League Fixtures - Duffmon - 06-14-2018

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RE: Premier League Fixtures - Dumbo - 06-14-2018

They spelled West Bromwich Albion wrong.


RE: Premier League Fixtures - Legend - 06-14-2018

Boring


RE: Premier League Fixtures - baggy1 - 06-14-2018

I'm sick of the greed league. Life's much better in the Championship. This is where the real football begins. I'm looking forward to enjoying my football again. Can't wait for the local derbies. It's only for a year. We're just on tour and should clean up this league.




























































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RE: Premier League Fixtures - Cunningham1979 - 06-14-2018

Cardiff, Huddersfield, Brighton, Bournemouth, Watford, Burnley.

Staying up will be much easier this year


RE: Premier League Fixtures - Beano16 - 06-14-2018

Pretty decent start for all the promoted teams, all in with a decent chance of points in
those games.


RE: Premier League Fixtures - Dickie Davies - 06-14-2018

The Arse are my tip to have a spectacularly shite (relatively) season. Mid table obscurity.


RE: Premier League Fixtures - Ted Maul - 06-14-2018

(06-14-2018, 08:33 AM)Cunningham1979 Wrote: Cardiff, Huddersfield, Brighton, Bournemouth, Watford, Burnley.

Staying up will be much easier this year

The standard varies very little from year to year imo.

Out of the usual 16 teams that have no chance of winning anything you can pick three at random who will be relegated. My three for next season are Cardiff, Watford and Huddersfield.