Premier League: All you need to know about game-week oneLast updated on Aug 10, 2018, 01:27 pm
The Premier League 2018-19 season is finally set to begin tonight.
Manchester United face Leicester City in the opening match of the season.
The summer was ruled by the FIFA World Cup 2018, which capped off a spectacular event in Russia.
Now it's time for domestic football to start and the Premier League sees a packed game-week one action.
Here is all about it.
City travel to Arsenal for the big game on Sunday
The biggest game of the weekend sees champions Manchester City locking horns with Unai Emery's Arsenal.
City had a busy transfer window, while Arsenal got in a blend of youth and experience.
Pep Guardiola's side won the FA Community Shield, last week, to kick-start their campaign.
Can Arsenal stop the champions from making inroads on Sunday?
Let's wait and watch.
Big spenders Liverpool and West Ham face a Sunday duel
The transfer window's big money spenders Liverpool take on West Ham United in their first match of the season.
Notably, West Ham have also spent tons of cash this summer.
This match will kick-off prior to the Arsenal vs City encounter at Anfield at 6:00 PM IST.
Expect a flurry of goals here.
United take on Foxes in tonight's encounter
As per Jose Mourinho, United have had a disappointing window.
ManU are also battling injury woes before the opening game of the 2018-19 campaign at Old Trafford.
Leicester City will be hoping to seize the opportunity in making the most out of United's vulnerability.
Can the Foxes walk away with a victory at the Theatre of Dreams?
The weekend schedule, timings of game-week one
SATURDAY- Manchester United v Leicester City (12:30 AM) Newcastle v Tottenham (5:00 PM) Huddersfield v Chelsea (7:30 PM) Bournemouth v Cardiff City (7:30 PM) Watford v Brighton (7:30 PM) Fulham v Crystal Palace (7:30 PM) Wolves v Everton (10:00 PM)
SUNDAY - Southampton v Burnley (6:00 PM) Liverpool v West Ham (6:00 PM) Arsenal v Manchester City (8:30 PM)
Where to watch the matches?
All matches will be streamed live on Hotstar.
Besides the Bournemouth vs Cardiff and Watford v Brighton game, other matches will also be telecast live on the Star Sports.
Fans can get hold of the games on Star Sports Select 1/HD and 2/HD.
Meanwhile, one can also play the Premier League Fantasy XI on the official site.
For cash prizes there is Dream XI.