Arsenal fans FUME over Liverpool and Spurs Premier League fixtures: I predict bare L's

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Arsenal will travel to St James’ Park to take on Newcastle in the first game of Unai Emery’s second season at the Emirates helm.

Don’t miss your Premier League fixtures poster in Friday’s edition of the Daily Express

The Gunners face Rafael Benitez’s men on Sunday, August 11 and will look to kick start their pursuit of Champions League football with three points.

Arsenal’s first home game of the season takes place six days later and will see them welcome Burnley to the Emirates.

The Gunners then face tough back-to-back games against Liverpool and their bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur, the latter of whom the face at home.

Arsenal announced their fixtures on Twitter, and their fans responded in droves.

One fan wrote: “Liverpool and Spurs in August back to back I hate my life.”

Another said: “Liverpool away early. Saves the heartache of being battered for Christmas.”

Arsenal’s poor run of form towards the end of the season well and truly sapped the morale of fans of the north London club, which is still at an all-time low.

“I see bare L’s,” a pessimistic Gooner wrote.

“Knowing our luck we gonna lose the last 5 games,” said an equally downbeat Arsenal follower.

Another said: “Liverpool and Spurs in the first 4 and last 4. Good job we’ll have nothing to play for.”

One Gooner doesn’t see Emery’s troops picking up many points in their first six fixtures, saying: “That’s like two points out of 12 points in August.”

Surprisingly, one of the Emirates faithful is happy the Gunners face Spurs early doors, saying: “What a derby at home in August” alongside a fire emoji.

Arsenal’s Premier League 2019/20 fixtures

August 11

Newcastle United (a) – 2:30pm

August 17

Burnley (h) – 3:00pm

August 24

Liverpool (a) – 3:00pm

August 31

Tottenham Hotspur (h) – 15:00pm

September 14

Watford (a) – 15:00pm

September 21

Aston Villa (h) – 3:00pm

September 29

Manchester United (a) – 3:00pm

October 6

Bournemouth (h) – 3:00pm

October 19

Sheffield United (a) – 3:00pm

October 26

Crystal Palace (h) – 3:00pm

November 2

Wolves (h) – 3:00pm

November 9

Leicester City (a) – 3:00pn

November 23

Southampton (h) – 3:00pm

November 30

Norwich City (a) – 3:00pm

December 3

Brighton (h) – 7:45pm

December 7

West Ham United (a) – 3:00pm

December 14

Manchester City (h) – 3:00pm

December 21

Everton (a) – 3:00pm

Boxing Day

Bournemouth (a) – 3:00pm

December 28

Chelsea (h) – 3:00

New Year’s Day

Manchester United (h) – 15:00pm

January 11 Crystal Palace (a) – 3:00pm

January 18

Sheffield United (h) – 3:00pm

January 22

Chelsea (a) – 3:00pm

February 1

Burnley (a) – 3:00pm

February 8

Newcastle United (h) – 3:00pm

February 22

Everton (h) – 3:00pm

February 29

Manchester City (a) – 3:00pm

March 7

West Ham United (h) – 3:00pm

March 14

Brighton (a) – 3:00pm

March 21

Southampton (a) – 3:00pm

April 4

Norwich City (h) – 3:00pm

April 11

Wolverhampton (a) – 3:00pm

April 18

Leicester City (h) – 3:00pm

April 24

Tottenham Hotspur (a) – 3:00pm

May 2 Liverpool (h) – 3:00pm

May 9

Aston Villa (a) – 3:00p

May 17

Watford (h) – 3:00pm

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