Tottenham's first Wembley foe is Chelsea; more Premier League schedule key dates

So which of these was the greatest Premier League game for Ipswich?

These are, of course, only provisional.

No matter what Arsene Wenger's standing is with Arsenal fans by the time this fixture comes around, victory will be imperative for his future prospects.

The first game will be one of the teasers of the season, as Tottenham will be looking to revenge the League which they lost to Chelsea.

The Hotspurs will seek to exploit Eden Hazard's absence from the lineup.

Champions Chelsea will start their 2017/18 Premier League campaign at home to Burnley.

The newly promoted teams will also have to be focused from the outset. Huddersfield, whose last season in the top-flight was 1971-72, play Crystal Palace.

Palace play Brighton for the first time in the Premier League at the end of November at the AMEX Stadium.

Southampton went through an inconsistent season past year.

The futures of both Alvaro Morata and James Rodriguez have been thrown in the air after both players were conspicuously missing in Real Madrid's kit launch for the 2017/2018 season, sparking fears that both players are closer to an exit than first thought.

Newcastle hammered Spurs 5-1 in their last Premier League match, despite Aleksandar Mitrovic's red card, but Benitez is not expecting a similar result when last season's runners-up visit.

His lack of minutes last season has forced him to seek an exit, even if he would much prefer to stay at Madrid if possible, according to AS.

Tottenham will play Chelsea in their first Premier League home game at Wembley as the fixtures for 2017-18 season were revealed on Wednesday. This is proven by the fact that Conte has been league victor in his last four attempts, three in Seria A and the latest being the just concluded premier league with Chelsea, while Guardiola has won six league titles in his eight years in league football, and Mourinho has won multiple league titles in four different countries, including England, Spain and Italy. Before that though, there is the tricky business of transfers.

What do you think of your team's fixture list? It is something that's been shown to the world in the past few years, but United lose many points because they do not know how to handle favourite tag it is given against the not so trendy clubs.

  • Julie Sanders