The 2018/19 Premier League season will have a triple-derby weekend on two occasions.
Three weeks before, Manchester City will be looking to avenge the 3-2 home defeat by Manchester United that delayed their title celebrations as the first Manchester derby is held at Etihad Stadium on 10 November.
There are six London teams this season so there will be plenty of cross-city derbies.
Fulham's first two opponents after promotion are from the capital, with Crystal Palace visiting Craven Cottage before Slavisa Jokanovic's men travel to Spurs.
Chelsea face Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in their second match, on 18 August.
Liverpool v Manchester United is one of the competition's great fixtures and the first encounter is at Anfield on 15 December, before Jose Mourinho's men greet Jurgen Klopp's side in the reverse fixture on 23 February.
The second Manchester derby, at Old Trafford, takes place on 16 March, two weeks after the second Merseyside and north London derbies.
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