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    First three July fixtures confirmed

    Dates and times have been confirmed for Southampton’s upcoming Premier League meetings with Manchester City, Everton and Manchester United in early July.

    Following fixtures against Norwich City, Arsenal and Watford in June, Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side will then host Manchester City, before travelling to Goodison Park and Old Trafford respectively.

    Each fixture will be broadcast live by a different provider, with the City clash selected as one of the BBC’s four televised games.

    FIXTURES

    July 5: Man City (h) 7pm BST live on BBC

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    July 9: Everton (a) 6pm BST live on Amazon

    July 13: Man United (a) 8pm BST live on Sky Sports


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