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The fixtures for the upcoming Premier League season have been unveiled, setting the stage for an exciting opening weekend. Newly promoted Burnley will host reigning champions Manchester

City at Turf Moor on Friday night, marking Vincent Kompany's reunion with his former club.

Manchester City, aiming for their fourth consecutive league title and looking to match Manchester United's record, kick off their title defense against their former captain's team.

Arsenal, after impressing with a second-place finish last season, will aim to build on their success. They start their campaign with a home match against Nottingham Forest in the Saturday lunchtime game, which is among the first televised fixtures.

Tottenham and Chelsea, both having endured disappointing seasons, have appointed new managers. Tottenham, under the era of Ange Postecoglou, begin with a London derby against Brentford, while Mauricio Pochettino returns to the Premier League with a challenging home fixture against Liverpool.

Fulham and Brentford, coming off impressive seasons, will look to continue their progress, and Crystal Palace will embark on another campaign under the guidance of experienced manager Roy Hodgson. Luton Town, making their Premier League debut, start with an away trip to Brighton.

The Premier League season will run from August 11, 2023, to May 29, 2024, with a mid-season break scheduled between January 13 and 20. Photo by Oldelpaso, Wikimedia commons.