Boxing Day is traditionally one of the most popular days in the Premier League calendar and fans would not be wrong to expect goals this year.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez returns to Anfield for an encounter that produced one of the competition's greatest matches, Liverpool's 4-3 win over Kevin Keegan's side in April 1996.
The Boxing Day fixtures also include a number of matches that produced surprise results in 2017/18.
Manchester United face Huddersfield Town at Old Trafford in 2017/18, where they beat the Terriers last season. But United know Huddersfield cannot be underestimated after suffering defeat at the John Smith's Stadium last October.
Brighton v Arsenal
Burnley v Everton
Crystal Palace v Cardiff City
Fulham v Wolves
Leicester City v Man City
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Man Utd v Huddersfield Town
Southampton v West Ham
Spurs v AFC Bournemouth
Watford v Chelsea
Part 1: Premier League fixtures for 2018/19 announced
Part 2: Champions City hand Emery a tough start
Part 3: London and Merseyside set for triple derby special
Part 5: Will City avoid unwanted champions' hat-trick?
Part 6: Promoted clubs eye historic winning treble
Part 7: Top five set for late-season showdowns
Part 8: Tough finishes can inspire Wagner and Hughton
Part 9: Drogba the last of the MW1 hat-trick heroes