FINALLY the wait is almost over as the new Premier League season edges closer.
And football fans are in for a treat thanks to TV bosses.
Arsenal will kick-off on the new campaign against Leicester City.
The Gunners will have their new record-signing Alexandre Lacazette in attack.
Meanwhile, the Foxes will have Harry Maguire in their backline as he looks to justify his £17million price tag from Hull.
Arsene Wenger’s side will continue their preparations for the clash with the Emirates Cup before taking on champions Chelsea in the Community Shield.
We know you cannot wait any longer.
So here is everything you need to know about the opening game of the campaign:
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When is Arsenal vs Leicester City?
The Gunners will begin the new season against the Foxes on Friday August 11.
Their Emirates Stadium will play host to the opening clash of the campaign.
It will kick-off at 7.45pm.
What TV channel is the Premier League opener between Arsenal vs Leicester City on?
The match will be shown live around the world.
Fans in the UK can watch all the action live on Sky Sports Main Event.
You can also keep updated with all the action on talkSPORT and SunSport.
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