Tottenham Hotspur will travel to newly promoted Newcastle United on the opening day of the Premier League season.

Spurs will travel to St James’ Park on Saturday 12th August to face Rafa Benitez’s men, who return to the Premier League having won the Championship title last season.

First up at Wembley Stadium for Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be Premier League champions Chelsea on the 19th August and the first month of the season will be rounded off by a visit from Sean Dyche’s Burnley.

The first North London Derby of the season will take place on Saturday 18th November, with Spurs travelling to the Emirates to take on Arsenal.

Over the festive period, Mauricio Pochettino’s men will take on Southampton on Boxing Day and West Ham four days later, both at home, before travelling to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City on New Year’s Day.

A visit from Manchester United in mid-week rounds off January for Spurs, before the second North London Derby of the season takes place on the 10th February at Wembley Stadium.

The final three games see Mauricio Pochettino’s men face Watford at home on the 28th April, before they travel to West Bromwich Albion on the 5th May, and they will end the season by taking on Leicester City at Wembley.

Full provisional fixture list below

August 2017

Sat 12: Newcastle A

Sat 19: Chelsea H

Sat 26: Burnley H

September 2017

Sat 9: Everton A

Sat 16: Swansea H

Sat 23: West Ham A

Sat 30: Huddersfield A

October 2017

Sat 14: Bournemouth H

Sat 21: Liverpool H

Sat 28: Manchester United A

November 2017

Sat 4: Crystal Palace H

Sat 18: Arsenal A

Sat 25: West Brom H

Tue 28: Leicester City A

December 2017

Sat 2: Watford A

Sat 9: Stoke City H

Wed 13: Brighton H

Sat 16: Manchester City A

Sat 23: Burnley A

Tue 26: Southampton H

Sat 30: West Ham H

January 2018

Mon 1: Swansea City A

Sat 13: Everton H

Sat 20: Southampton A

Wed 31: Manchester United H

February 2018

Sat 3: Liverpool A

Sat 10: Arsenal H

Sat 24: Crystal Palace A

March 2018

Sat 3: Huddersfield Town H

Sat 10: Bournemouth A

Sat 17: Newcastle H

Sat 31: Chelsea A

April 2018

Sat 7: Stoke City A

Sat 14: Manchester City H

Sat 21: Brighton A

Sat 28: Watford H

May 2018

Sat 5: West Brom A

Sun 13: Leicester City H