Premier League fixtures revealed: See who your club plays

Date published: Wednesday 15th June 2016 9:03

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The 2016/17 Premier League fixture list has been announced and Arsenal will face Liverpool, while Bournemouth will tackle Manchester United on a thrilling opening weekend.

The new top flight season gets underway on the weekend of August 13/14 and a thrilling start also sees champions Leicester travel to Hull and a battle of the former Southampton managers as Ronald Koeman’s Everton tackle Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham.

Pep Guardiola begins his Manchester City reign at home to Sunderland – and it won’t be long before Mourinho and Guardiola renew their rivalry – the first Manchester derby of next season takes place at Old Trafford on September 10, with the return on February 25.


Arsenal’s Premier League fixtures

Everton’s Premier League fixtures

Liverpool’s Premier League fixtures

Manchester City’s Premier League fixtures

Manchester United’s Premier League fixtures

Tottenham’s Premier League fixtures

West Ham’s Premier League fixtures

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New Chelsea boss Antonio Conte faces a fiery opening game with the visit of West Ham, who play their first league game at the Olympic Stadium a week later against Bournemouth.

Burnley’s return to the Premier League sees them host Swansea, while Middlesbrough are at home to Stoke in their first game since winning promotion from the Championship.

The opening-weekend schedule:

Arsenal v Liverpool

Bournemouth v Man Utd

Burnley v Swansea

Chelsea v West Ham

C Palace v West Brom

Everton v Tottenham

Hull v Leicester

Man City v Sunderland

Middlesbrough v Stoke

Southampton v Watford


The final weekend, on May 21/22 2017 is:

Arsenal v Everton

Burnley v West Ham United

Chelsea v Sunderland

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur

Leicester City v Bournemouth

Liverpool v Middlesbrough

Manchester United v Crystal Palace

Southampton v Stoke City

Swansea City v West Brom

Watford v Manchester City

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