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11:26  13 june  2019
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The Premier League fixtures have been announced and teams up and down the country have been finding out what is in store for them next season, but where are the key games?

Although dates and times are subject to change, we now have a good idea of what is to come for the Gunners.

As reported by the Daily Mail, Unai Emery’s men start the season away at Newcastle. It’s a good opening day for the Gunners as they look to kick off their season with a positive result.

By no means the easiest of grounds to travel to, but it’s certainly an opportunity for Emery and his side to start the season as they mean to go on.

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See the full fixture list here. Arsenal begin the 2018-19 Premier League season against Manchester City. Unai Emery' s side then face Chelsea, with first north London derby in December. The Gunners host Pep Guardiola' s champions in the first round of games before travelling to Stamford Bridge for

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust were far more critical and a spokesman said: Every Premier League The Premier League have declined to comment on why there are no head-to-head games between - The compilation of the fixture list is done jointly between the Premier League and the Football League.

The end of August is a tough one for the Gunners with games against Liverpool and Tottenham that make for a tough opening month.

The Christmas period does not get much easier either, games against West Ham, Everton, Manchester City and Chelsea come throughout December in what could be a crucial period of the campaign.

Towards the end of the season, there are some good and bad patches for the Gunners. In their last four games, they face Tottenham in a North London Derby, before welcoming Liverpool to the Emirates.

Aston Villa and Watford are the final two games of the season for the Gunners, where they’ll be hoping to push for a place back in the top four.

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