Manchester United have been handed what looks to be the most appealing start to next season's Premier League campaign of all the 'big six' clubs, having to face none of their main rivals for the title in their opening six fixtures.
Jose Mourinho's men - who are currently trading as [4.3] second favourites in the Premier League Winner market - will face West Ham at Old Trafford on the opening day of the season before having the play Swansea (a), Leicester (h), Stoke (a), Everton (h), and Southampton (a).
Champions Chelsea, [4.9], will start the defence of their title with a home game against Burnley, but that's the good news. Antonio Conte's men have to face Tottenham (a), Everton (h), 2015/16 champions Leicester (a), and Arsenal (h) in their next four fixtures with the standout undoubtedly being the trip to Wembley where Spurs will play their first ever Premier League game at the national stadium.
The early favourites for the title on the Betfair Exchange are Manchester City at [2.94], and they will start their league campaign with a trip to the Amex Stadium to face newly-promoted Brighton.
Last season's runners-up Tottenham, [11.0], have an eighth consecutive opening day away game to start their campaign, having to face last season's second tier champions Newcastle at St James' Park before that mouth-watering Wembley game against Chelsea.
Arsenal and Liverpool complete the first six clubs in the Premier League winner market - both available to back at [14.5] - and they will face Leicester at the Emirates and Watford at Vicarage Road respectively on the opening day of the season.
Early favourites in the Relegation market at [1.63] are last season's Championship surprise package Huddersfield, and they will play their first ever Premier League fixture at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace, while Brighton - [2.36] to go down - face that hugely exciting home game against Man City.
West Brom 11/10 v Bournemouth 11/4; The Draw 23/10
*weekend commencing 12 August
Bournemouth v West Ham
Chelsea v Brighton
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Huddersfield v Stoke
Liverpool v Swansea
Man Utd v Burnley
Newcastle v Man City
Tottenham v Southampton
Watford v Leicester
West Brom v Everton
Burnley v Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v West Brom
Huddersfield v Arsenal
Liverpool v Brighton
Manchester United v Watford
Newcastle v Chelsea
Southampton v Man City
Swansea v Stoke
Tottenham v Leicester
West Ham v Everton
*games to be played Sunday 13 May
Tottenham v Chelsea - August 19
Chelsea v Man City - September 30
Liverpool v Man Utd - October 14
Chelsea v Man Utd - November 4
Arsenal v Tottenham - November 18
Liverpool v Chelsea - November 24
Man Utd v Man City - December 9
Liverpool v Everton - December 9
Tottenham v Arsenal - February 10
Man Utd v Chelsea - February 24
Man City v Chelsea - March 3
Man Utd v Liverpool - March 10
Chelsea v Tottenham - March 31
Man City v Man Utd - April 7
Everton v Liverpool - April 7
Chelsea v Liverpool - May 5