With England out of the World Cup, consideration will quickly flip to the begin of the home season
The 2018 World Cup will come to a conclusion this weekend, with Croatia and France the groups to contest Sunday’s semi-final.
It led to semi-final heartbreak for England, who nonetheless have the third-place play-off to contest on Saturday.
It’s been an important match in Russia – with talkSPORT bringing you each recreation stay – and we’ll be gutted to see the finish of it.
But, fortunately, it isn’t lengthy till the return of the Premier League!
When does the 2018/19 Premier League season begin?
The Premier League kicks off on Friday, August 10 at 8pm UK time, with Manchester United v Leicester City at Old Trafford.
There are then an additional six fixtures on Saturday, August 11, whereas the first weekend of the season concludes on Sunday with three extra matches.
Manchester City will start their Premier League defence towards Arsenal.
Pep Guardiola’s crew ran away with the title final time period once they brushed apart the competitors by recording 100 factors, 19 away from second positioned Manchester United.
However, as talkSPORT.com identified, they love a objective fest on the opening day.
Elsewhere, new boys Wolves host Everton, Cardiff journey to Bournemouth and Fulham play Crystal Palace at Craven Cottage.
Last season golf equipment voted to shut the switch window earlier than the season begins, that means the deadline for gamers to be registered is 5pm on Thursday, August 9.
Here are the video games in full..
Opening day fixtures
Friday, August 10
Manchester United v Leicester City (8pm KO)
Saturday, August 11
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur (12.30pm KO)
Bournemouth v Cardiff City (3pm KO)
Fulham v Crystal Palace (3pm KO)
Huddersfield Town v Chelsea (3pm KO)
Watford v Brighton and Hove Albion (3pm KO)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton (5.30pm KO)
Sunday, August 12
Liverpool v West Ham United (1.30pm KO)
Southampton v Burnley (1.30pm KO)
Arsenal v Manchester City 4pm KO)
Luckily for you, talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 have 89 Premier League video games EXCLUSIVELY stay in 2018/19