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Premier League club summer fixtures



The summer fixtures for premier league club are listed below

AFC Bournemouth
22 July v Portsmouth, Fratton Park, Portsmouth

29 July v Queens Park Rangers, Loftus Road, London

30 July v Valencia, Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth

2 August v Yeovil Town, Huish Park, Yeovil

13 July v Sydney FC, ANZ Stadium, Sydney

15 July v Western Sydney Wanderers, ANZ Stadium, Sydney

19 July v Bayern Munich (Shanghai Stadium) International Champions Cup

22 July v Chelsea (Bird’s Nest Stadium, Beijing)

29 July v Benfica, Emirates Stadium (Emirates Cup)

30 July v Sevilla, Emirates Stadium (Emirates Cup)

6 August v Chelsea, Wembley Stadium (Community Shield)

Brighton & Hove Albion
1 August v Girona, Nou Estadi Municipal de Palamos, Catalonia

6 August v Atletico Madrid, Amex Stadium, Brighton

14 July v Shamrock Rovers, Tallaght Stadium, Dublin

22 July v Kidderminster Harriers

22 July v Alfreton Town

25 July v Preston North End, Deepdale

29 July v Nottingham Forest, City Ground, Nottingham

1 August v Celta Vigo, Turf Moor, Burnley

5 August v Hannover 96, Turf Moor, Burnley

22 July v Arsenal, Bird’s Nest Stadium, Beijing

25 July v Bayern Munich, National Stadium, Singapore (International Champions Cup)

29 July v Inter Milan, National Stadium, Singapore (International Champions Cup)

6 August v Arsenal, Wembley Stadium (Community Shield)

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
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Crystal Palace
15 July v Maidstone United, Gallagher Stadium, Maidstone

19 July v Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

22 July v West Brom/Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

5 August v Schalke 04, Selhust Park, London

13 July v Gor Mahia FC, Tanzania National Main Stadium, Tanzania

19 July v FC Twente, SV De Lutte, Overijssel

22 July v KRC Genk, Luminus Arena, Genk

27 July v TBC (UEFA Europa League third qualifying round first leg)

3 August v TBC (UEFA Europa League third qualifying round second leg)

6 August v Sevilla, Goodison Park, Liverpool

Huddersfield Town
12 July v Accrington Stanley, Wham Stadium, Accrington

16 July v Bury, Gigg Lane

22 July v Barnsley, Oakwell, Barnsley

1 August v Stuttgart, Schwaz, Austria

4 August v Torino, Jenbach, Austria

Leicester City
19 July v West Brom, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

22 July v Crystal Palace/Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

26 July v Luton Town, Kenilworth Road, Luton

28 July v MK Dons, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes

29 July v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton

1 August v Burton Albion, Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent

4 August v Borussia Monchengladbach, King Power Stadium, Leicester

24 May Sydney FC 0-3 Liverpool, ANZ Stadium, Sydney Report

12 July v Tranmere Rovers, Prenton Park, Birkenhead

14 July v Wigan Athletic, DW Stadium, Wigan

19 July v Crystal Palace, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

22 July v West Brom/Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

29 July v Hertha BSC, Olympiastadion Berlin

1 August v Bayern Munich/Atletico Madrid/Napoli, Allianz Arena (Audi Cup)

2 August v Bayern Munich/Atletico Madrid/Napoli, Allianz Arena (Audi Cup)

5 August v Athletic Club, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Manchester City
20 July v Manchester United, NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (International Champions Cup)

26 July v Real Madrid, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, (International Champions Cup)

29 July v Tottenham Hotspur, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee (International Champions Cup)

4 August v West Ham United, Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik

Manchester United
4 June Man Utd ’08 XI 2-2 Michael Carrick All-Star XI, Old Trafford, Manchester (Michael Carrick Testimonial) Report

15 July v LA Galaxy, Stubhub Centre, Los Angeles

17 July v Real Salt Lake, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah

20 July v Manchester City, NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas (International Champions Cup)

23 July v Real Madrid, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California (International Champions Cup)

26 July v Barcelona, FedExField, Washington DC (International Champions Cup)

30 July v Valerenga, Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo

2 August v Sampdoria, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

8 August v Real Madrid, National Arena Filip II, FYR Macedonia (UEFA Super Cup)

Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid
Manchester United are set to face Cristiano Ronaldo again in California
Newcastle United
14 July v Heart of Midlothian, Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh

22 July v Preston North End, Deepdale, Preston

26 July v Bradford City, Northern Commercials Stadium, Bradford

22 July v Brentford, Griffin Park, Brentford

Stoke City
10 July v Neuchatel Xamax, Neutral venue, Switzerland (Uhrencup)

12 July v Young Boys Bern, Neutral venue, Switzerland (Uhrencup)

25 July v Sheffield United, Bramall Lane, Sheffield

29 July v Bolton Wanderers, Macron Stadium, Bolton

30 July v Crewe Alexandra, Alexandra Stadium, Crewe

5 August v RB Leipzig, Red Bull Arena, Leipzig

Swansea City
12 July v Barnet, The Hive Stadium, Harrow

15 July v Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia, US

19 July v Richmond Kickers, Richmond, US

22 July v North Carolina, Sahlen’s Stadium, US

29 July v Birmingham City, St Andrew’s, Birmingham

5 August v Sampdoria, Liberty Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur
26 May Kitchee SC 1-4 Spurs, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong Report

22 July v Paris Saint-Germain, Camping World Stadium, Orlando (International Champions Cup)

25 July v Roma, Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey (International Champions Cup)

29 July v Manchester City, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee (International Champions Cup)

8 July v Woking, Laithwaite Community Stadium, Woking

15 July v AFC Wimbledon, Cherry Red Records Stadium, Kingston Upon Thames

29 July v Aston Villa, Vicarage Road, Watford

West Bromwich Albion
12 July v SK Slavia Prague, Kumberg Stadium, Kumberg

19 July v Leicester City, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

22 July v Crystal Palace/Liverpool, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong (PL Asia Trophy)

26 July v Walsall, Banks’s Stadium, Walsall

26 July v Burton Albion, Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent

29 July v Bristol Rovers

29 July v Slough Town

1 August v Kidderminster Harriers, Aggborough Stadium, Kidderminster

1 August v Port Vale, Vale Park, Stoke-on-Trent

5 August v Deportivo La Coruna, Estadio Riazor, A Coruna (Teresa Herrera Trophy)

West Ham United
28 July v Werder Bremen, Osterwald Stadion, Schneverdingen (Betway Cup)

29 July v Werder Bremen, Heinz-Dettmer Stadion, Lohne (Betway Cup)

4 August v Manchester City, Laugardalsvollur National Stadium, Reykjavik

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Leno is not responsible for our defeat – Unai Emery




Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, has refused to blame goalkeeper Bernd Leno, for their 3-1 defeat at Wolves on Wednesday night.

Ruben Neves scored a stunning free-kick to put the hosts ahead, with Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota also on target before half-time.

Leno misjudged Jonny Castro Otto’s cross to allow Doherty to nod home, then he looked to be beaten too easily by Jota, leaving Arsenal with a mountain to climb.

Although the Gunners scored a late consolation through Sokratis Papastathopoulos, their Champions League qualification hopes have been dented by back-to-back Premier League defeats.

Emery, however, chose not to point the finger of blame at Leno, after Arsenal fell to their heaviest Premier League defeat against a newly promoted team since 1994.

“I don’t want to speak about individuals. We need to continue together and not look at one player, defensive or attacking.

“We need to think to recover our confidence, our good moment. When we were in the worse moments we can recover to take possibilities like we have now.

“In the last two matches we lost good options but the last three matches we are going to play we will play our possibilities,” Emery told a news conference after the game.

Arsenal have lost six of their past 10 Premier League games away from home and Emery conceded he was frustrated by his team’s latest poor performance on the road.

“I usually am very critical of myself. I am angry with myself when we didn’t do the game plan I wanted.

“My idea, my style is to look in front and find the solution, not who is the player who is playing worse or not doing what we spoke of before.

“First I think of the solution. That is to think about Sunday and take the possibility to come back with our best performance to take the three points.

“When we win, we win together and when we lose, we lose together. In general I think we have possibilities to be in the top four.

“We lost the chance to have it in our hands but we will continue and take the opportunity on Sunday,” Emery added.

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Why Arsenal lost to Wolves – Unai Emery




Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, has admitted his team did not create enough chances, as they lost 3-1 to Wolves on Wednesday night.

The Gunners’ top-four ambitions took a dent at the Molineux, as they suffered a second successive defeat in the Premier League.

Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota all scored in the first half, before Sokratis grabbed a consolation goal after the break.

“We can be frustrated but the Premier League is about being consistent over 38 matches.

“We knew before the match that it was going to be difficult because all season Wolverhampton are feeling strong, defensively they are a good team and offensively they have very fast players. Their organisation was very good and to break this was going to be difficult.

“In the first 25 minutes we started very well, controlled the possession but did not have many chances to score,” Emery told BBC Sport.

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Man United lose to Man City, Wolves shock Arsenal




Manchester City defeated Manchester United 2-0 on Wednesday night, to take control of this season’s title race.

Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane scored two second-half goals, to give City all three points at Old Trafford.

For United, it was their seventh loss in nine fixtures.

City now have 89 points, one more than Liverpool.

At the Molineux, Arsenal’s top four hopes suffered a crushing blow, as they were beaten 3-1.

The Gunners were three goals down in the first half, thanks to strikes from Ruben Neves, Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota.

Sokratis’ header in the second half, was only a consolation for Unai Emery’s men.

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