Everton will open their 2018-19 Premier League campaign against last season’s Championship winners Wolves.

New boss Marco Silva will have to wait until the second game, however, to take charge of his first clash at Goodison Park, against Southampton.

The first Merseyside derby of the season takes place on December 1, at Anfield, before Silva welcomes his former club Watford to Goodison just a week later. The home Merseyside derby is scheduled for March 2.

August 11 – Wolves (A)

August 18 – Southampton (H)

August 25 – Bournemouth (A)

September 1 – Huddersfield Town (H)

September 15 – West Ham United (H)

September 22 – Arsenal (A)

September 29 – Fulham (H)

October 6 – Leicester City (A)

October 20 – Crystal Palace (H)

October 27 – Manchester United (A)

November 3 – Brighton (H)

November 10 – Chelsea (A)

November 24 – Cardiff City (H)

December 1 – Liverpool (A)

December 5 – Newcastle United (H)

December 8 – Watford (H)

December 15 – Manchester City (A)

December 22 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)

December 26 – Burnley (A)

December 29 – Brighton (A)

January 1 – Leicester City (H)

January 12 – Bournemouth (H)

January 19 – Southampton (A)

January 29 – Huddersfield Town (A)

February 2 – Wolves (H)

February 9 – Watford (A)

February 23 – Manchester City (H)

February 26 – Cardiff City (A)

March 2 – Liverpool (H)

March 9 – Newcastle United (A)

March 16 – Chelsea (H)

March 30 – West Ham United (A)

April 6 – Arsenal (H)

April 13 – Fulham (A)

April 20 – Manchester United (H)

April 27 Crystal Palace (A)

May 4 – Burnley (H)

May 12 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)

All fixtures are subject to change once live TV schedule has been finalised 

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