Date: 14th June 2018 at 9:47am
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New manager Marco Silva’s tenure as Everton gaffer opens with a clash against Wolves at the Molineux.

The big fixture release for the coming Premier League season of 2018/19 took place a short time ago earlier today and Silva can now adjust his plans based on who we face, and when.

Everton fans have been at this game long enough, the broadcasters are yet to get their hands on matches so changes to the below list will take place with every passing month of the new campaign, but from today some plans can be made and certain fixtures can be picked out as all important given what the club will be wanting to achieve this year.

For Everton, two fixtures in particular standout and we face Liverpool at Anfield first at the beginning of December, with the Goodison Park leg taking place at the beginning of March.

Silva gets home advantage first over former club Watford in the festive month as well before what I imagine will be a tasty return to Vicarage Road in February.

December will undoubtedly be the difficult month with matches come that thick and fast but we do find ourselves away for the Boxing Day clash against Burnley, however, that balances with a New Year’s Day home tie against Leicester City.

The season run-in could also be interesting, but there are winnable games in that set, as whatever happens, we’ll want to end the season on a high to send us into the next campaign with a better base.

Saturday 11th August – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Everton
Saturday 18th August – Everton 15:00 Southampton
Saturday 25th August – AFC Bournemouth 15:00 Everton

Saturday 1st September – Everton 15:00 Huddersfield Town
Saturday 15th September – Everton 15:00 West Ham United
Saturday 22nd September – Arsenal 15:00 Everton
Saturday 29th September – Everton 15:00 Fulham

Saturday 6th October – Leicester City 15:00 Everton
Saturday 20th October – Everton 15:00 Crystal Palace
Saturday 27th October – Manchester United 15:00 Everton

Saturday 3rd November – Everton 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Saturday 10th November – Chelsea 15:00 Everton
Saturday 24th November – Everton 15:00 Cardiff City

Saturday 1st December – Liverpool 15:00 Everton
Wednesday 5th December – Everton 19:45 Newcastle United
Saturday 8th December – Everton 15:00 Watford
Saturday 15th December – Manchester City 15:00 Everton
Saturday 22nd December – Everton 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur
Wednesday 26th December – Burnley 15:00 Everton
Saturday 29th December – Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00 Everton

Tuesday 1st January – Everton 15:00 Leicester City
Saturday 12th January – Everton 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
Saturday 19th January – Southampton 15:00 Everton
Tuesday 29th January – Huddersfield Town 19:45 Everton

Saturday 2nd February – Everton 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 9th February – Watford 15:00 Everton
Saturday 23rd February – Everton 15:00 Manchester City
Tuesday 26th February – Cardiff City 19:45 Everton

Saturday 2nd March – Everton 15:00 Liverpool
Saturday 9th March – Newcastle United 15:00 Everton
Saturday 16th March – Everton 15:00 Chelsea
Saturday 30th March – West Ham United 15:00 Everton

Saturday 6th April – Everton 15:00 Arsenal
Saturday 13th April – Fulham 15:00 Everton
Saturday 20th April – Everton 15:00 Manchester United
Saturday 27th April – Crystal Palace 15:00 Everton

Saturday 4th May – Everton 15:00 Burnley
Sunday 12th May – Tottenham Hotspur 15:00 Everton