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August

Norwich (H) – August 9, 8pm – Sky Sports
Southampton (A) – August 17
Arsenal (H) – August 24
Burnley (A) – August 31

 

September

Newcastle (H) – September 14
Chelsea (A) – September 21
Sheffield United (A) – September 28

 

October

Leicester (H) – October 5
Man United (A) – October 19
Tottenham (H) – October 26

 

November

Aston Villa (A) – November 2
Man City (H) – November 9
Crystal Palace (A) – November 23
Brighton (H) – November 30

 

December

Everton (H) – December 4
Bournemouth (A) – December 7
Watford (H) – December 14
West Ham (A) – December 21
Leicester (A) – December 26 – Amazon Prime
Wolves (H) – December 28

 

January

Sheffield United (H) – January 1
Tottenham (A) – January 11
Man United (H) – January 18
Wolves (A) – January 21

 

February

Southampton (H) – February 1
Norwich (A) – February 8
West Ham (H) – February 22
Watford (A) – February 29

 

March

Bournemouth (H) – March 7
Everton (A) – March 14
Crystal Palace (H) – March 21

 

April

Man City (A) – April 4
Aston Villa (H) – April 11
Brighton (A) – April 18
Burnley (H) – April 25

 

May

Arsenal (A) – May 2
Chelsea (H) – May 9
Newcastle (A) – May 17

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Absolute shite again

 

All our hardest games clustered together again and this is just staggering....

 

Manchester City will begin the new Premier League season at West Ham United and face only one of last season’s top six in the opening 10 games


In the meantime we face 4 of the top 6 in those first 10.

 

You tell me how that is fair!?

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1 minute ago, an tha said:

Absolute shite again

 

All our hardest games clustered together again and this is just staggering....

 

Manchester City will begin the new Premier League season at West Ham United and face only one of last season’s top six in the opening 10 games


In the meantime we face 4 of the top 6 in those first 10.

 

You tell me how that is fair!?

 

TBH, the hardest time to face the so called easy games is at the start of the season when teams will be more up for it and not struggling. I don't mind our fixture list to be honest, we are capable of winning them all. Plus big games clustered together keeps the players at the top of their own game, plus hopefully we'll have a better squad. Our busy fixture list around Xmas/New year is pretty easy, whereas City have a tough December. I've not worked out games around the CL ties yet.

On a side note, I see the red Mancs have ran out of favour. I can actually see them losing most of their opening fixtures in Aug/Sept, Ole could be driving a car to the airport rather than the big red Bus. 

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You play what’s in front of you. Regardless of the order. Win all 38 then call the Premier League cunts after we lift the title. 

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First look - who do we play first game?

Second look - when do we play Everton?

Third look - when do we play Utd?

Forth look - who do we play last game of season?

Fifth look - Boxing day fixture?

Sixth look - when do we play City/Spurs/Chelsea/Arsenal?

 

City fans will be straight to when do we play Liverpool. Fucking no marks.

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20 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

August

Charity Shield - August 4

Norwich (H) – August 9, 8pm – Sky Sports

UEFA Super Cup - August 14
Southampton (A) – August 17
Arsenal (H) – August 24
Burnley (A) – August 31

 

September

Newcastle (H) – September 14

Champions League Group Game - September 17/18
Chelsea (A) – September 21
Sheffield United (A) – September 28

 

October

Champions League Group Game - October 1/2

Leicester (H) – October 5
Man United (A) – October 19

Champions League Group Game - October 22/23
Tottenham (H) – October 26

 

November

Aston Villa (A) – November 2

Champions League Group Game - November 5/6
Man City (H) – November 9
Crystal Palace (A) – November 23

Champions League Group Game - November 26/27
Brighton (H) – November 30

 

December

Everton (H) – December 4
Bournemouth (A) – December 7

Champions League Group Game - December 10/11
Watford (H) – December 14
West Ham (A) – December 21
Leicester (A) – December 26 – Amazon Prime
Wolves (H) – December 28

 

January

Sheffield United (H) – January 1
Tottenham (A) – January 11
Man United (H) – January 18
Wolves (A) – January 21

 

February

Southampton (H) – February 1
Norwich (A) – February 8

Champions League Knockout Game 1st Leg - February18/19 or 25/26
West Ham (H) – February 22

Champions League Knockout Game 1st Leg - February18/19 or 25/26
Watford (A) – February 29

 

March

Bournemouth (H) – March 7

Champions League Knockout Game 2nd Leg - March 10/11 or 17/18
Everton (A) – March 14

Champions League Knockout Game 2nd Leg - March 10/11 or 17/18
Crystal Palace (H) – March 21

 

April

Man City (A) – April 4

Champions League Quarter Final - April 7/8
Aston Villa (H) – April 11

Champions League Quarter Final - April 14/15
Brighton (A) – April 18
Burnley (H) – April 25

Champions League Semi Final - April 28/29

 

May

Arsenal (A) – May 2

Champions League Semi Final - May 5/6
Chelsea (H) – May 9
Newcastle (A) – May 17

Champions League Final - May 30

 

The fixtures again with the CL games included. That run in schedule looks incredibly tough if we go far in the CL again.

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Just noted that 2 of our games are being shown live exclusively on amazon prime, both in December.

Home v the shite and away at Leicester.

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10 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

TBH, the hardest time to face the so called easy games is at the start of the season when teams will be more up for it and not struggling. I don't mind our fixture list to be honest, we are capable of winning them all. Plus big games clustered together keeps the players at the top of their own game, plus hopefully we'll have a better squad. Our busy fixture list around Xmas/New year is pretty easy, whereas City have a tough December. I've not worked out games around the CL ties yet.

On a side note, I see the red Mancs have ran out of favour. I can actually see them losing most of their opening fixtures in Aug/Sept, Ole could be driving a car to the airport rather than the big red Bus. 

We seem to get these clusters of facing our toughest games....Spurs for example do not face other top 6 sides back to back at all next season..

Yet we have 3 such runs.

 

Is what it is of course, but seems we get it every year.

 

City facing 1 top 6 side in first 11 is a joke, when we face 4 in same period.

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20 minutes ago, an tha said:

Absolute shite again

 

All our hardest games clustered together again and this is just staggering....

 

Manchester City will begin the new Premier League season at West Ham United and face only one of last season’s top six in the opening 10 games


In the meantime we face 4 of the top 6 in those first 10.

 

You tell me how that is fair!?

None of the top 6 apart from us made City work for their points last season. I've more faith in Palace, Newcastle or Wolves taking points off City than Utd, Arsenal, or Chelsea. 

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C/L group match one 17/18 Sept......Before Newcastle home, after Away to Chelsea. 

 

Match two. 1/2 Oct. Before Sheff United away, after Leicester home.

 

Match three. 22/23 Oct. Before Man United away, after Tottenham at home (Toughie week) 

 

Match four. 5/6 Nov. Before Aston Villa away, After Man City home.

Match five. 26/27 Nov. Before Palace away, after Brighton home.

Match six. 10/11 December. Before Bournemouth away, after Watford home.

Last 16 first leg. 18/19 or 25/26 February. Either Before (Cup date so no game or play hopefully shit team) after West Ham home.......Or before West Ham home, after Watford away.

Last 16 second leg. 10/11 or 17/18 March. Either Bournemouth home, after Everton away. Or Everton away, after C Palace home.

Q/F first leg. 7/8 April. Before Man City away, after Villa at home.

Q/F second leg. 14/15 April. Villa home, after Brighton away. 

S/F First leg 28/29 April. Before Burnley home, after Arsenal away.

S/F second leg 5/6 May. Before Arsenal away, After Chelsea at home. Bit of a bummer if we get that far. 

Final 30 May at the Ataturk stadium. Before rest, afterwards glory!!!!! 

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14 minutes ago, Mark M said:

None of the top 6 apart from us made City work for their points last season. I've more faith in Palace, Newcastle or Wolves taking points off City than Utd, Arsenal, or Chelsea. 

Didn't Chelsea beat them...

 

Although yeah generally you are right.

 

 

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All this we've got clusters of tough games and how hard it will be, have we all suddenly forgotten how big the bollocks are on this side ?

Bring em all on I say..... 

We're the Champions of Europe for God's sake 

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I don't believe I just typed all that. I could have just copied/Pasted VV/s post with the CL dates next between them. Like this. 

 

August

Norwich (H) – August 9, 8pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday 14th August Super Cup V Chelsea. 
Southampton (A) – August 17
Arsenal (H) – August 24
Burnley (A) – August 31

 

September

Newcastle (H) – September 14
CL Group Game one. 17/18
Chelsea (A) – September 21
Sheffield United (A) – September 28

 

October

CL Group Game Two. 1/2

Leicester (H) – October 5
Man United (A) – October 19

CL Group game three. 22/23
Tottenham (H) – October 26

 

November

Aston Villa (A) – November 2

CL Group game four. 5/6
Man City (H) – November 9
Crystal Palace (A) – November 23

CL Group game five. 26/27
Brighton (H) – November 30

 

December

At some stage in December, dates to be announced, we'll be in Quatar for the Club World cup, we enter at S/F stage. So one or two of these fixtures in December will be postponed

Everton (H) – December 4
Bournemouth (A) – December 7

CL Group game six. 10/11
Watford (H) – December 14
West Ham (A) – December 21
Leicester (A) – December 26 – Amazon Prime
Wolves (H) – December 28

 

January

Sheffield United (H) – January 1
Tottenham (A) – January 11
Man United (H) – January 18
Wolves (A) – January 21

 

February

Southampton (H) – February 1
Norwich (A) – February 8

Possible CL Last sixteen first leg 18/19
West Ham (H) – February 22
Possible CL Last sixteen first leg 25/26
Watford (A) – February 29

 

March

Bournemouth (H) – March 7

Possible CL last sixteen second leg 10/11
Everton (A) – March 14

Possible CL last sixteen second leg 17/18
Crystal Palace (H) – March 21

 

April

Man City (A) – April 4

CL Q/F first leg 7/8
Aston Villa (H) – April 11

CL Q/F second leg 14/15
Brighton (A) – April 18
Burnley (H) – April 25

CL Semi final first leg 28/29

 

May

Arsenal (A) – May 2

CL semi final second leg 5/6
Chelsea (H) – May 9
Newcastle (A) – May 17

 

CL final 30 May. 

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I genuniely don't mind getting Arsenal and Tottenham at home, Chelsea and United away done nice and early. In the latters case, they could both be in a certain amount of disarray - chelsea without sarri and hazard and united with ole at the wheel. If we are in a title race and i expect us to be, going into the latter part of the season, we have less of those nasty away games. Would rather have played the blueshite away early doors for that reason rather than them have another cup final against us.

 

We will both have tough periods next season. 

 

The only negative would be mo, bobby, and sadio coming back knackered after the copa/acn and they could be sluggish the first few games. Fuck it though we have Divock.

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The amazon prime thing is going to piss a lot of people off.  The pubs aren’t going to want to pay for amazon or possibly won’t have the tech to put streamed games on which means no games will be on in the pubs on Boxing Day.  It’s possibly the biggest day of the year for domestic football.  The premier league need to be careful with this shit because too many subscriptions will put people off buying any.

 

In terms of the actual fixtures ours are okay.  I’ve seen a lot of people flapping about city’s run in but they win these games anyway.  What we needed was them to have a good solid run of difficult games bunched together.  If you look at Feb/March time they’ve got a very difficult run which will coincide with the cups and champions league.

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46 minutes ago, Caramac said:

Just noted that 2 of our games are being shown live exclusively on amazon prime, both in December.

Home v the shite and away at Leicester.

I think amazon are showing all fixtures for those rounds of games. 

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11 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

I don't believe I just typed all that. I could have just copied/Pasted VV/s post with the CL dates next between them. Like this. 

 

August

Norwich (H) – August 9, 8pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday 14th August Super Cup V Chelsea. 
Southampton (A) – August 17
Arsenal (H) – August 24
Burnley (A) – August 31

 

September

Newcastle (H) – September 14
CL Group Game one. 17/18
Chelsea (A) – September 21
Sheffield United (A) – September 28

 

October

CL Group Game Two. 1/2

Leicester (H) – October 5
Man United (A) – October 19

CL Group game three. 22/23
Tottenham (H) – October 26

 

November

Aston Villa (A) – November 2

CL Group game four. 5/6
Man City (H) – November 9
Crystal Palace (A) – November 23

CL Group game five. 26/27
Brighton (H) – November 30

 

December

At some stage in December, dates to be announced, we'll be in Quatar for the Club World cup, we enter at S/F stage. So one or two of these fixtures in December will be postponed

 

Everton (H) – December 4
Bournemouth (A) – December 7

CL Group game six. 10/11
Watford (H) – December 14
West Ham (A) – December 21
Leicester (A) – December 26 – Amazon Prime
Wolves (H) – December 28

 

January

Sheffield United (H) – January 1
Tottenham (A) – January 11
Man United (H) – January 18
Wolves (A) – January 21

 

February

Southampton (H) – February 1
Norwich (A) – February 8

Possible CL Last sixteen first leg 18/19
West Ham (H) – February 22
Possible CL Last sixteen first leg 25/26
Watford (A) – February 29

 

March

Bournemouth (H) – March 7

Possible CL last sixteen second leg 10/11
Everton (A) – March 14

Possible CL last sixteen second leg 17/18
Crystal Palace (H) – March 21

 

April

Man City (A) – April 4

CL Q/F first leg 7/8
Aston Villa (H) – April 11

CL Q/F second leg 14/15
Brighton (A) – April 18
Burnley (H) – April 25

CL Semi final first leg 28/29

 

May

Arsenal (A) – May 2

CL semi final second leg 5/6
Chelsea (H) – May 9
Newcastle (A) – May 17

 

CL final 30 May. 

Cunt everybody in the bastard

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Really tough end of the season. Newcastle away I'd worry about especially if we need the points. Those fuckers played like they're lives depended on it last time. Cunts 

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