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Premier League fixtures: Crystal Palace


Crystal Palace will start their 2015/16 Premier League season away to newly promoted Norwich City.

The Eagles face three of last season’s top four: Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City in their first six games, along with an away match against Tottenham.

They travel to Bournemouth on Boxing Day, whilst their first game of 2016 is at home to champions Chelsea.

Palace’s final home game of the season concludes at home to Stoke, before travelling to Southampton on the final day.

Fans favourite Alan Pardew starts his first full season as manager at Selhurst Park, looking for another top 10 finish.

Here is their fixture list in full:

(Home games in bold)

August 8: Norwich City (A)

August 15: Arsenal (H)

August 22: Aston Villa (H) 

August 29: Chelsea (A)

September 12: Manchester City (H)

September 19: Tottenham Hotspur (A)

September 26: Watford (A)

October 3: West Bromwich Albion (H)

October 17: West Ham United (H)

October 24: Leicester City (A)

October 31: Manchester United (H)

November 7: Liverpool (A)

November 21: Sunderland (H)

November 28: Newcastle (H)

December 5: Everton (A)

December 12: Southampton (H)

December 19: Stoke (A)

December 26: Bournemouth (A)

December 28: Swansea (H)

January 2: Chelsea (H)

January 12: Aston Villa (A)

January 16: Manchester City (A)

January 23: Tottenham Hotspur (H)

February 2: Bournemouth (H)

February 6: Swansea City (A)

February 13: Watford (H)

February 27: West Bromwich Albion (A)

March 1: Sunderland (A)

March 5: Liverpool (H)

March 12: Manchester United (A)

March 19: Leicester City (H)

April 2: West Ham United (A)

April 9: Norwich City (H)

April 16: Arsenal (A)

April 23: Everton (H)

April 30: Newcastle United (A)

May 7: Stoke City (H)

May 15: Southampton (A)

(All fixtures and dates are subject to change due to TV schedules)

By Joseph Richardson



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