United travel to Molineux – aiming to take revenge on a Wolves side who beat them twice last season – in their second game, before matches against Crystal Palace (home), Southampton (away), Leicester City (home) and West Ham (away).
Their first home game of the season sees Guardiola’s men host Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium.
The Premier League’s first Manchester derby sees City host neighbours United in early December.
Manchester City Premier League Schedule
10/08 – West Ham United v Manchester City – Buy Manchester City Tickets
17/08 – Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur – Buy Manchester City Tickets
24/08 – Bournemouth v Manchester City – Buy Manchester City Tickets
31/08 – Manchester City v Brighton – Buy Manchester City Tickets
Mauricio Pochettino’s men welcome newly-promoted Aston Villa to their new stadium on the opening day of the season, but then face a tough end to August.
They travel to champions Manchester City on August 17, before the first north London derby of the season on August 31.
Klopp’s European champions narrowly missed out on the domestic crown last season and know they can drop few points if they are to oust Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City this time around.
The Blues end the campaign away at Wolves, with a tough trip to Liverpool in their penultimate game of the season.
The Gunners begin their season with a trip to the north east to face Newcastle, before finishing with a home derby of sorts against Watford.
In a busy Christmas run, Unai Emery’s side face Bournemouth away on Boxing Day, before a mouth-watering New Year’s Day home game against Manchester United.
Arsenal and Unai Emery will be visiting the USA this summer as part of the International Champions Cup. In the US, Arsenal will play high profile friendlies against Bayern Munich, AS Roma and Real Madrid.
Marco Silva goes up against his old side, Watford, in the Toffees’ first home game of the new campaign, before a visit to newly-promoted Aston Villa.
The Blues take on rivals Liverpool in the first Merseyside derby of the season at Anfield in December, with the return game at Goodison Park in March.
Everton’s Premier League Fixtures
10/08 – Crystal Palace v Everton – Buy Everton Tickets
17/08 – Everton v Watford – Buy Everton Tickets
24/08 – Aston Villa v Everton – Buy Everton Tickets
31/08 – Everton v Wolverhampton – Buy Everton Tickets
Roy Hodgson’s side face a tricky opening five fixtures, with the clash against Marco Silva’s side being followed up matches against Sheffield United (away), Manchester United (away), Aston Villa (home) and Tottenham Hotspur (away).
Other key fixtures include hosting West Ham United on Boxing Day, and travelling to face Norwich City on New Years Day.
The Hammers then travel to Brighton and Watford, before facing newly-promoted duo Norwich and Aston Villa home and away respectively.
Other key fixtures include facing Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Boxing Day, and Bournemouth at home on New Years Day.
The Premier League season will conclude with a home clash with Aston Villa on May 17th.
The Magpies were given a tough start to the previous season, where they faced four of the top flight’s elite – losing every clash.
And this year they welcome Arsenal to St James’ Park on the opening day, before travelling to Norwich on August 17.
They end the season at home to Liverpool.