Wolverhampton Wanderers 'aiming for sixth place in Premier League'

Wolverhampton Wanderers 'aiming for sixth place in Premier League'

And he will face a baptism of fire in his very first game in charge, with none other than champions Manchester City up first at home on the opening day of 2018/19. After hosting West Ham, Jurgen Klopp's men face Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City in a run which also includes Crystal Palace, Brighton, Leicester and Southampton.

Olivier Giroud will play former club Arsenal for the first time since moving to Chelsea.

During the opening six fixtures, City are due to play all three promoted teams, handing Guardiola's men the ideal opportunity to make another strong start to the season.

I am hoping that Emery gets off to a great start, and this game will be important in deciding who starts his first Premier League game.

Liverpool face Manchester City on 26 July in the United States, then face Manchester United two days later.

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Liverpool's start appears more challenging.

The traditional Premier League 'Clasico' between Liverpool and United is due to be staged at Anfield on December 15, with the return taking place at Old Trafford on February 23. That hasn't, however, stopped the club preparing our pre-season plans.

Tottenham, who have until Friday to decide whether to return to Wembley next season while work on their new stadium is completed, have been given an away opener - starting their second successive campaign at Newcastle.

It is now all about which of them can navigate their programme best - but none of them will want to be in Arsenal's shoes at the beginning of August.

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