Fixtures 2017/18

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Arsenal to host Liverpool on opening day

Arsenal team celebrate against Watford

Arsenal will host Liverpool at Emirates Stadium on the opening day of the 2016/17 season on Saturday, August 13.

The Gunners will then travel to King Power Stadium to take on Premier League champions Leicester City, before a trip to Watford at the end of the month.

The first north London derby of the season against Tottenham will be on November 5 at the Emirates, with the return fixture at White Hart Lane on April 29.

The Gunners will finish the campaign with an away trip to Stoke City, before hosting Everton on the final day of the season.

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Behind the Numbers: Opening day

Our first game of the 2016/17 Premier League season is just around the corner, so what better way to celebrate than by looking at our opening-day stats.

From Steve Bould scoring our first-ever goal in the competition to our biggest-ever league win, make sure you're clued up on your Arsenal trivia ahead of Sunday's game against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium.

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Parlour - How we examined fixture list

Ray Parlour says Manchester United was always the key game that he looked out for when the fixture list was released each season.

Arsenal will find out their schedule for 2016/17 on Wednesday morning ahead of a campaign that many are predicting to be the most competitive ever.

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Parlour says it was always an exciting time to examine the new fixture list, and pinpoint the key clashes for the season ahead.

“It was Manchester United always, that was our big game,” he told Arsenal Player. “Looking back at 1998, that was a top side then and if you look at their midfield, they had David Beckham on the right, Roy Keane, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs - they had a wonderful midfield.

“They were always the games we had to win, or maybe get four points from - win at home, draw away from home and you had every chance of winning the league.

“Obviously the White Hart Lane derby is always important from the fans’ point of view. These days it is a lot tougher because Spurs have improved a lot, but I think the players will look at all the games now because it is so tight.

“But when I played, Manchester United was the team that we thought that if we could get one over on them [it would be vital]. When we played them home and away was important as well, say if we were playing them in March we knew we would have to win that game to maybe secure the title.”

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