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2024/25 Premier League fixtures 18/06/24 09:00am

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This time tomorrow we will know the fixtures for the new season.


I am predicting that those bastards will make us play all 19 other teams home AND away again!


When will the 2024/25 Premier League fixtures be announced?

The release of the Premier League fixtures for the 2024/25 season has been confirmed to take place at 09:00 BST on Tuesday 18 June.  

Dates for all 380 matches will be released at that time on premierleague.com and via the Premier League's official app.

The 2024/25 season will consist of 33 weekends, four midweek rounds of matches and one Bank Holiday Matchweek. 

The Premier League 2024/25 season dates have been confirmed, with the campaign starting on 17 August 2024, 90 days after the 2023/24 Premier League concludes on 19 May.

The final match round of the 2024/25 season will be played on 25 May 2025, when all matches will kick off simultaneously as usual.

In keeping with previous commitments made to clubs to address the congested schedule across Christmas and New Year, arrangements will be made to allow more rest time over three of the festive match rounds, with no club playing within 60 hours of another match. There will be no fixture on 24 December 2024.

No mid-season break
The mid-season break has also been removed from the calendar to allow a mid-August start date for the Premier League.

This longer summer break allows all Premier League clubs to be better able to ensure that players get a consecutive three-week break in the summer. This takes into account expert advice from medical and technical departments, which values a longer period of complete rest in the summer rather than a short break in the winter.

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Same as ever, 114 points is the target. 

I do hope that games at Woodison and Old Trafford are before the New Year. Having to go to those cess pits with the title in the balance has de-railed us twice.

Although they’ll still be really tough games, neither side or supporters will have quite the same incentive if we’re not within touching distance of the title. 

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38 minutes ago, Anubis said:

We’ll get a newly promoted team again for the first game. Probably Ipswich because they’re new and shiny.

Given I’m away on the first weekend, my personal preference is Bournemouth away, I won’t get a ticket for that so get it out the way first and I won’t be missing anything.

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The 1230 in the arse end of nowhere is a cunt for travelling fans of course but from a team perspective opening day it is not so bad as no prior travel/games - be interesting to see if we cop the first one after international shite though....That would be taking piss.

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14 minutes ago, Turkish Delight said:

Nice of them to box City off with a good run in again. Should be a good few on the beach there.


Palace (h)

Everton (a)

Villa (h)

Wolves (h)

Southampton (a)

Bournemouth (h)

Fulham (a)

Not seen any other teams fixtures but that’s a fucking joke 

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To be honest, it's shite playing a newly promoted team because they'll be so up for it, but nothing less than 3 points would be acceptable. I'm happy enough playing the Mancs early. Ten Haag is barely hanging on and morale is shite there. We play them later in the season with a new manager to give them a lift and it will be a harder game.


Having the Mancs and Everton away done before Christmas is good and I'm happy to have Spurs, Newcastle and Arsenal away boxed off as well. 

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