Barclays Premier League fixtures revealed

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The Barclays Premier League fixtures have been released this morning, with some entertaining opening day fixtures on the agenda.

Newcastle host Arsenal in a repeat of last season's 4-4 classic, whilst newly promoted Swansea City travel to Eastlands in a difficult starter against Manchester City.

Champions Manchester United travel to West Bromwich Albion, whilst runners-up Chelsea will not be looking forward to their trip to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke City.

Elsewhere, Championship winners QPR host Bolton Wanderers at Loftus Road, whilst Norwich City travel to the DW Stadium to face Wigan.

Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool will host Sunderland at Anfield, while Blackburn face Wolves, Fulham host Aston Villa and Everton visit Tottenham Hotspur.


The first 'big' clash of the season will see Liverpool travel to Arsenal on August 20th, whilst Manchester United host Chelsea on the 17th September. The Blues face Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on the 29th October.

Liverpool host Chelsea in a potentially vital penultimate game of the season, whilst Merseyside derbies fall on 1st October (Anfield) and 25th February (Goodison Park). A visit to Stamford Bridge on 19th November is another big fixture for Liverpool, whilst Manchester United travel to Anfield on 15th October.

United face City on 22nd October at Old Trafford, whilst the return clash at Eastlands comes on the 28th April. Kenny Dalglish brings his Reds to face United on 11th February.

The Gunners travel to Manchester United on the 27th August, whilst the first north London derby is at White Hart Lane on the 1st October.


13/08/2011 - Blackburn v Wolves

13/08/2011 - Fulham v Aston Villa

13/08/2011 - Liverpool v Sunderland

13/08/2011 - Man City v Swansea

13/08/2011 - Newcastle v Arsenal

13/08/2011 - QPR v Bolton

13/08/2011 - Stoke v Chelsea

13/08/2011 - Tottenham v Everton

13/08/2011 - West Brom v Man Utd

13/08/2011 - Wigan v Norwich

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