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Premier League 2017-18 fixtures and betting tips

  • The 2017-18 Premier League campaign runs from August 12-May 13
  • This is where to find the 2017-18 Premier League fixtures
Sadio Mane (left) of Liverpool is pursued by Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea during the International Champions Cup (credit: Getty Images)

Manchester City are the 2017-18 Premier League champions…and the remainder of the season is all about who will join them in the top four and be relegated to the Championship.

2017-18 Premier League season review

Pep Guardiola’s side still had five more Premier League matches to play when they were crowned champions for the third time in seven years due to their local rivals Manchester United’s shock defeat at home to West Bromwich Albion.

It has been a season of complete domination by City, who raced into an early lead in the table and never looked likely to relinquish their advantage despite being slightly more vulnerable after Christmas when they were still challenging for four trophies.

The top four, who will all qualify directly for the 2018-19 Champions League group stage following a change of rules by UEFA, is expected to be completed by Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, although the latter’s London rivals Chelsea, the deposed champions, are still trying to force their way in.

It means another season in the Europa League coming up for Arsenal, whose manager Arsene Wenger is leaving the club this summer after nearly 22 years in charge, and they will be joined in that competition by surprise package Burnley who have enjoyed a fantastic campaign.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola (right), pictured celebrating a Champions League victory, has led his team to a runaway Premier League title success (Getty Images)
Back in August, most pundits were predicting that Burnley would struggle to avoid relegation, but they have exceeded all expectations and instead it is some longer-established clubs who look set to lose their top-flight status.

Midlands duo West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City have been in the Premier League for eight and 10 years respectively but are set to renew rivalry next season as Championship clubs as they each went into their last two fixtures of the campaign needing something of a miracle to stay up.

Southampton and Swansea City are also certainly no fly-by-nights as far as the Premier League is concerned but they too have been in grave danger throughout the run-in.

Those clubs’ plights are a testament to how the Premier League newcomers that were promoted last season, Brighton and Huddersfield Town, have performed along with Championship winners Newcastle United – although the relegation issue looks to be going all the way to the very last day on Sunday May 13.

2017-18 Premier League fixtures (all kick-off times BST):

19:45 Swansea City vs Southampton

Wednesday May 9

19:45 Chelsea vs Huddersfield Town
20:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United

Thursday May 10

19:45 West Ham United vs Manchester United

Sunday May 13

15:00 Burnley vs Bournemouth
15:00 Crystal Palace vs West Bromwich Albion
15:00 Huddersfield Town vs Arsenal
15:00 Liverpool vs Brighton
15:00 Manchester United vs Watford
15:00 Newcastle United vs Chelsea
15:00 Southampton vs Manchester City
15:00 Swansea City vs Stoke City
15:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City
15:00 West Ham United vs Everton

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