Premier League 2016/17 Fixtures Revealed

The Premier league fixtures for the  2016/17 season has been revealed.

The opening day fixtures sees Jose Mourinho‘s Man Utd start at Bournemouth, Pep Guardiola‘s Man City reign starts against Sunderland at the Etihad and there’s a cracker between Arsenal and Liverpool first up.

We all cant wait for the fun of the new season
We all cant wait for the fun of the new season

Champions Leicester begin their defence at promoted Hull City, Ronald Koeman’s new Everton side start against Tottenham and 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, Southampton welcome Watford and Palace host West Brom.

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Loads of fixtures to pick through – games to watch, derby dates, Christmas schedules and run-ins – but here’s a look at the opening set of games for last season’s top four:

Leicester: Hull (a), Arsenal (h), Swansea (h), Liverpool (a), Burnley (h), Man Utd (a)

Arsenal: Liverpool (h), Leicester (a), Watford (a), Southampton (h), Hull (a), Chelsea (h)

Tottenham: Everton (a), C Palace (h), Liverpool (h), Stoke (a), Sunderland (h), Middlesbrough (a)

Man City: Sunderland (h), Stoke (a), West Ham (h), Man Utd (a), Bournemouth (h), Swansea (a)

The first Manchester derby takes place on the 10th of September among other fixtures.


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