2014/15 Premier League Fixtures: Find Out Who Your Club Will Face On The Opening Day

By on June 18, 2014

The 2014/15 Premier League fixtures have just been revealed and the new season kicks off with an exciting round of fixtures on the weekend of August 16.

Champions Manchester City begin the defence of their Premier League title away to Newcastle United at St James’ Park and Manuel Pellegrini will be desperate to get off to a positive start.

Arsenal will entertain Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium and Arsene Wenger will know he’s in for a tough start after Tony Pulis led Palace to an excellent second half to last season.

Liverpool are also at home as they welcome Southampton to Anfield, while Tottenham Hotspur kick off the new season away to bogey side West Ham and Chelsea will take on newly-promoted Burnley away.

Louis van Gaal will be pleased to have been handed a home fixture in his first game as Manchester United boss as the Red Devils take on Swansea City at Old Trafford.

Championship winners Leicester City will play Everton at home, while Queens Park Rangers will face Hull City at Loftus Road.

For a full run through of each clubs fixtures, you can check out the official websites:

It’s been interesting to see how the fixture announcement has affected the odds for next season and with Man Utd being handed a favourable start, they have now moved up to third favourites for the title with some leading bookmakers. All the major bookies have Manchester City as the 15/8 favourites with Chelsea close behind in second at around 2/1.

Now is a good time to get your bets in early as by placing a bet with any of these top 5 sites you can take advantage of some longer odds. If we look at Arsenal as an example, they are as much as 11/1 for the title next year but they have yet to make any significant moves in the transfer market. Arsene Wenger is sure to make some significant additions over the coming weeks which will see their odds shorten dramatically, so those optimistic Gooners may want to get their bets in early and take advantage of the odds.

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