Before we know it the first whistle of the 2018/19 Premier League season will have sounded, and after a summer of World Cup action, we'll be quickly ushered back to normality for another domestic season of football. One eagerly awaited time is the fixture list reveal, and we've spent time compiling graphics for each club that plots their opening run of games next season. This may come in handy if you're an FPL player looking for a summarised list of all the fixtures as you plot your cause for Fantasy success. All aboard.
Premier League 2018/19: Gameweek 1
All Premier League clubs voted on shutting the transfer window early this season instead of the usual deadline at the end of August. This season the transfer window opened on Thursday 17th May 2018, and will close before the opening day of the season on Thursday 9th August 2018.
The Premier League will then kick off on Saturday 11th August, and below you can view Gameweek 1's helping of fixtures..
First 10 Fixtures: Club by Club
To keep the fixture list simple and bite-size for FPL players looking to hit the ground running next season, we've listed the opening 10 fixtures for each club ahead of the upcoming campaign. Green is home. Red is away. We'll leave further analysis for another day and let our graphics do the talking here.
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