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Premier League: West Ham United start the season with an away trip to Liverpool

PUBLISHED: 09:09 14 June 2018

West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini (pic David Davies/PA)

West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini (pic David Davies/PA)

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West Ham United will start the 2018/19 Premier League season with a long away trip to Liverpool on Saturday, August 11.

Manuel Pellegrini will take the reigns of his first home match at London Stadium the following week when they welcome AFC Bournemouth.

A London derby will soon follow as the Hammers make a short trip to north London to face a new-look Arsenal side at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, August, 25.

The Irons will play another derby match against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, October, 20 at the London Stadium.

It will be an away trip down to the coast of Southampton on Boxing Day before also heading away to Burnley on Saturday, December 29.

West Ham will 2019 at home against Brighton & Hove Albion on New Years Day.

They will then get the chance to travel to the newly built White Hart Lane for the return leg against Spurs on April, 27.

The final match at the London Stadium will be against Southampton on Saturday, May, 4 before playing their last fixture of the season away to Watford the following week.

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