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Premier League 2017-18 fixtures and betting tips

Jon Wilde 16 Nov 2017
  • The 2017-18 Premier League campaign runs from August 12-May 13
  • This is where to find the 2017-18 Premier League fixtures
Aaron Ramsey (left) of Arsenal is tackled by Sergio Aguero of Manchester City during a pre-season friendly match (credit: Getty Images)

With international action now set aside until March, it’s club football all the way until then and the Premier League resumes on November 18 with another blockbuster – the North London derby.

The fixture schedulers have clearly been intent this season on ensuring the Premier League returns with a bang from the international breaks and after Liverpool against the two Manchester clubs were previously the first games after the two-week hiatus, now we have Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs are currently having the better of things with a four-point advantage in the table over their fierce rivals, and the Gunners will hope to bounce back from a 3-1 defeat away to Manchester City last time out.

City are now eight points clear at the top and being predicted by many to simply walk away with the title. Their next test is away to a Leicester City side with whom their new manager Claude Puel remains unbeaten after two matches in charge.

Manchester United are second, ahead of Tottenham on goal difference, and they contest the Saturday teatime match at home to Newcastle United.

Who will lift the Premier League trophy this season? (Getty Images)

All of the Champions League participants play on Saturday due to their European commitments in the following midweek and Chelsea, who won their last game 1-0 at home to Manchester United, this time travel to face a West Bromwich Albion side who are without a victory since August.

Liverpool are at home to Southampton, which means Virgil van Dijk is set to line up against the club he wanted to join in the summer and who felt compelled to apologise to the Saints for their pursuit of the player.

Outside of the ‘big six’, Burnley are currently best of the rest and at the time of writing, it looked as though they would still have their manager Sean Dyche in place for their home match against Swansea City even though he has been strongly linked with Everton.

Brighton are also going well in the top half of the table and they have to wait until Monday night to play at home to Stoke City while on Sunday, David Moyes’ first fixture in charge of West Ham after Slaven Bilic’s sacking is away to Watford.

2017-18 Premier League fixtures for November 18-20 (all kick-off times GMT):


Sunday November 19


Monday November 20



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Premier League 2017-18 fixtures and betting tips

With international action now set aside until March, it’s club football all the way until then and the Premier League resumes on November 18 with another blockbuster – the North London derby.

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