Complete Fixture List for Premier League 2016/17 Season

Complete Fixture List for Premier League 2016/17 Season

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Michael Timbs
Michael Timbs

The Premier League have released the full fixture list for the 2016/17 season, and it starts with a bang! On the opening day, Arsenal face Liverpool at home whilst Spurs travel to Goodison Park to take on Ronald Koeman's Everton. We've got the complete fixture list here for every club. Dive in and enjoy!

AFC Bournemouth

The opening fixture couldn’t be much bigger for AFC Bournemouth. They host Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United, and if there will ever be a time to get something from that game, it’s early on in the season. They end their season by travelling to the reigning Premier League champions Leicester City. Maybe if they survive this season, they can follow in the Foxes’ footsteps in the 2017/18 season…

13 Aug 2016 Manchester United (H)
20 Aug 2016 West Ham United (A)
27 Aug 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
10 Sep 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
17 Sep 2016 Manchester City (A)
24 Sep 2016 Everton (H)
01 Oct 2016 Watford (A)
15 Oct 2016 Hull City (H)
22 Oct 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
29 Oct 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
05 Nov 2016 Sunderland (H)
19 Nov 2016 Stoke City (A)
26 Nov 2016 Arsenal (A)
03 Dec 2016 Liverpool (H)
10 Dec 2016 Burnley (A)
13 Dec 2016 Leicester City (H)
17 Dec 2016 Southampton (H)
26 Dec 2016 Chelsea (A)
31 Dec 2016 Swansea City (A)
02 Jan 2017 Arsenal (H)
14 Jan 2017 Hull City (A)
21 Jan 2017 Watford (H)
31 Jan 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
04 Feb 2017 Everton (A)
11 Feb 2017 Manchester City (H)
25 Feb 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
04 Mar 2017 Manchester United (A)
11 Mar 2017 West Ham United (H)
18 Mar 2017 Swansea City (H)
01 Apr 2017 Southampton (A)
05 Apr 2017 8pm Liverpool (A)
08 Apr 2017 Chelsea (H)
15 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
22 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
29 Apr 2017 Sunderland (A)
06 May 2017 Stoke City (H)
13 May 2017 Burnley (H)
21 May 2017 Leicester City (A)

Arsenal

Arsenal host Liverpool on an exciting opening fixture of the new Premier League season. If Arsenal are to compete for the title this year, they will have to be in a very good position come April, as they face Spurs (away), Man United (home) and Stoke City (away) in the space of two weeks.

13 Aug 2016 Liverpool (H)
20 Aug 2016 Leicester City (A)
27 Aug 2016 Watford (A)
10 Sep 2016 Southampton (H)
17 Sep 2016 Hull City (A)
24 Sep 2016 Chelsea (H)
01 Oct 2016 Burnley (A)
15 Oct 2016 Swansea City (H)
22 Oct 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
29 Oct 2016 Sunderland (A)
05 Nov 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
19 Nov 2016 Manchester United (A)
26 Nov 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
03 Dec 2016 West Ham United (A)
10 Dec 2016 Stoke City (H)
14 Dec 2016 Everton (A)
17 Dec 2016 Manchester City (A)
26 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
31 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
02 Jan 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
14 Jan 2017 Swansea City (A)
21 Jan 2017 Burnley (H)
31 Jan 2017 Watford (H)
04 Feb 2017 Chelsea (A)
11 Feb 2017 Hull City (H)
25 Feb 2017 Southampton (A)
04 Mar 2017 Liverpool (A)
11 Mar 2017 Leicester City (H)
18 Mar 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
01 Apr 2017 Manchester City (H)
04 Apr 2017 West Ham United (H)
08 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
15 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
22 Apr 2017 Sunderland (H)
29 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
06 May 2017 Manchester United (H)
13 May 2017 Stoke City (A)
21 May 2017 Everton (H)

Burnley

Newly promoted Burnley start their Premier League campaign by hosting Swansea City and then face a very tough two weeks on the road. First they travel to Anfield and then head to Stamford Bridge to take on Antonio Conte’s new Chelsea side. They end their season at West Ham’s new stadium. What a stage to possibly celebrate staying up.

13 Aug 2016 Swansea City (H)
20 Aug 2016 Liverpool (A)
27 Aug 2016 Chelsea (A)
10 Sep 2016 Hull City (H)
17 Sep 2016 Leicester City (A)
24 Sep 2016 Watford (H)
01 Oct 2016 Arsenal (H)
15 Oct 2016 Southampton (A)
22 Oct 2016 Everton (H)
29 Oct 2016 Manchester United (A)
05 Nov 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
19 Nov 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
26 Nov 2016 Manchester City (H)
03 Dec 2016 Stoke City (A)
10 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
13 Dec 2016 West Ham United (A)
17 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
26 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
31 Dec 2016 Sunderland (H)
02 Jan 2017 Manchester City (A)
14 Jan 2017 Southampton (H)
21 Jan 2017 Arsenal (A)
31 Jan 2017 Leicester City (H)
04 Feb 2017 Watford (A)
11 Feb 2017 Chelsea (H)
25 Feb 2017 Hull City (A)
04 Mar 2017 Swansea City (A)
11 Mar 2017 Liverpool (H)
18 Mar 2017 Sunderland (A)
01 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
04 Apr 2017 Stoke City (H)
08 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
15 Apr 2017 Everton (A)
22 Apr 2017 Manchester United (H)
29 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
06 May 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
13 May 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
21 May 2017 West Ham United (H)

Chelsea

Antonio Conte will be relieved at the opening fixtures of the new season, with how winnable his first four matches are. The Italian better settle in quick though, as they then play Liverpool and travel across London to the Emirates in one week.

13 Aug 2016 West Ham United (H)
20 Aug 2016 Watford (A)
27 Aug 2016 Burnley (H)
10 Sep 2016 Swansea City (A)
17 Sep 2016 Liverpool (H)
24 Sep 2016 Arsenal (A)
01 Oct 2016 Hull City (A)
15 Oct 2016 Leicester City (H)
22 Oct 2016 Manchester United (H)
29 Oct 2016 Southampton (A)
05 Nov 2016 Everton (H)
19 Nov 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
26 Nov 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
03 Dec 2016 Manchester City (A)
10 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
13 Dec 2016 Sunderland (A)
17 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
26 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
31 Dec 2016 Stoke City (H)
02 Jan 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
14 Jan 2017 Leicester City (A)
21 Jan 2017 Hull City (H)
01 Feb 2017 Liverpool (A)
04 Feb 2017 Arsenal (H)
11 Feb 2017 Burnley (A)
25 Feb 2017 Swansea City (H)
04 Mar 2017 West Ham United (A)
11 Mar 2017 Watford (H)
18 Mar 2017 Stoke City (A)
01 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
05 Apr 2017 Manchester City (H)
08 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
15 Apr 2017 Manchester United (A)
22 Apr 2017 Southampton (H)
29 Apr 2017 Everton (A)
06 May 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
13 May 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
21 May 2017 Sunderland (H)

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace face West Brom on home turf for the opening day of the new Premier League season. Despite their FA Cup final run last season, they struggled for goals in the league, so Alan Pardew will be looking to start the season strongly to reach that 40 point mark as soon as possible. Saying this, if they don’t get to that mark by April, expect the Eagles to struggle; they face Chelsea, Southampton, Arsenal, Leicester City, Liverpool, Man City AND Man United in the last two months of the season.

13 Aug 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
20 Aug 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
27 Aug 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
10 Sep 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
17 Sep 2016 Stoke City (H)
24 Sep 2016 Sunderland (A)
01 Oct 2016 Everton (A)
15 Oct 2016 West Ham United (H)
22 Oct 2016 Leicester City (A)
29 Oct 2016 Liverpool (H)
05 Nov 2016 Burnley (A)
19 Nov 2016 Manchester City (H)
26 Nov 2016 Swansea City (A)
03 Dec 2016 Southampton (H)
10 Dec 2016 Hull City (A)
13 Dec 2016 Manchester United (H)
17 Dec 2016 Chelsea (H)
26 Dec 2016 Watford (A)
31 Dec 2016 Arsenal (A)
02 Jan 2017 Swansea City (H)
14 Jan 2017 West Ham United (A)
21 Jan 2017 Everton (H)
31 Jan 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
04 Feb 2017 Sunderland (H)
11 Feb 2017 Stoke City (A)
25 Feb 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
04 Mar 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
11 Mar 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
18 Mar 2017 Watford (H)
01 Apr 2017 Chelsea (A)
05 Apr 2017 Southampton (A)
08 Apr 2017 Arsenal (H)
15 Apr 2017 Leicester City (H)
22 Apr 2017 Liverpool (A)
29 Apr 2017 Burnley (H)
06 May 2017 Manchester City (A)
13 May 2017 Hull City (H)
21 May 2017 Manchester United (A)

Everton

Ronald Koeman’s will surely have wished for an easier opening match to start his career at Everton. The visit of last season’s runners-up Spurs to Goodison Park will most certainly test his new side as they eye up going one step further this coming season. On the final day of the season, Everton travel to the Emirates to take on Arsenal.

13 Aug 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
20 Aug 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
27 Aug 2016 Stoke City (H)
10 Sep 2016 Sunderland (A)
17 Sep 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
24 Sep 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
01 Oct 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
15 Oct 2016 Manchester City (A)
22 Oct 2016 Burnley (A)
29 Oct 2016 West Ham United (H)
05 Nov 2016 Chelsea (A)
19 Nov 2016 Swansea City (H)
26 Nov 2016 Southampton (A)
03 Dec 2016 Manchester United (H)
10 Dec 2016 Watford (A)
14 Dec 2016 Arsenal (H)
17 Dec 2016 Liverpool (H)
26 Dec 2016 Leicester City (A)
31 Dec 2016 Hull City (A)
02 Jan 2017 Southampton (H)
14 Jan 2017 Manchester City (H)
21 Jan 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
01 Feb 2017 Stoke City (A)
04 Feb 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
11 Feb 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
25 Feb 2017 Sunderland (H)
04 Mar 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
11 Mar 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
18 Mar 2017 Hull City (H)
01 Apr 2017 Liverpool (A)
04 Apr 2017 Manchester United (A)
08 Apr 2017 Leicester City (H)
15 Apr 2017 Burnley (H)
22 Apr 2017 West Ham United (A)
29 Apr 2017 Chelsea (H)
06 May 2017 Swansea City (A)
13 May 2017 Watford (H)
21 May 2017 Arsenal (A)

Hull City

Newly promoted Hull City face Premier League royalty on the opening fixture of the new season, as the KC Stadium hosts reigning champions Leicester City. With all the unrest in Leicester at the moment with the transfer rumours circulating N’Golo Kante, Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy, it may be the perfect time to nab a point or three off of Claudio Ranieri’s side.

13 Aug 2016 Leicester City (H)
20 Aug 2016 Swansea City (A)
27 Aug 2016 Manchester United (H)
10 Sep 2016 Burnley (A)
17 Sep 2016 Arsenal (H)
24 Sep 2016 Liverpool (A)
01 Oct 2016 Chelsea (H)
15 Oct 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
22 Oct 2016 Stoke City (H)
29 Oct 2016 Watford (A)
05 Nov 2016 Southampton (H)
19 Nov 2016 Sunderland (A)
26 Nov 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
03 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
10 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
14 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
17 Dec 2016 West Ham United (A)
26 Dec 2016 Manchester City (H)
31 Dec 2016 Everton (H)
02 Jan 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
14 Jan 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
21 Jan 2017 Chelsea (A)
31 Jan 2017 Manchester United (A)
04 Feb 2017 Liverpool (H)
11 Feb 2017 Arsenal (A)
25 Feb 2017 Burnley (H)
04 Mar 2017 Leicester City (A)
11 Mar 2017 Swansea City (H)
18 Mar 2017 Everton (A)
01 Apr 2017 West Ham United (H)
04 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
08 Apr 2017 Manchester City (A)
15 Apr 2017 Stoke City (A)
22 Apr 2017 Watford (H)
29 Apr 2017 Southampton (A)
06 May 2017 Sunderland (H)
13 May 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
21 May 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Leicester City

It is perhaps quite fitting that Leicester City, the reigning Premier League champions, face a newly promoted side on the opening day of the new season. Though this fixture may seem like an easy one, the next 2 months pose a lot of problems for Ranieri’s side, as they face Arsenal, Liverpool, Man United, and Chelsea in that time. They then end their season at AFC Bournemouth.

13 Aug 2016 Hull City (A)
20 Aug 2016 Arsenal (H)
27 Aug 2016 Swansea City (H)
10 Sep 2016 Liverpool (A)
17 Sep 2016 Burnley (H)
24 Sep 2016 Manchester United (A)
01 Oct 2016 Southampton (H)
15 Oct 2016 Chelsea (A)
22 Oct 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
29 Oct 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
05 Nov 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
19 Nov 2016 Watford (A)
26 Nov 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
03 Dec 2016 Sunderland (A)
10 Dec 2016 Manchester City (H)
13 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
17 Dec 2016 Stoke City (A)
26 Dec 2016 Everton (H)
31 Dec 2016 West Ham United (H)
02 Jan 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
14 Jan 2017 Chelsea (H)
21 Jan 2017 Southampton (A)
31 Jan 2017 Burnley (A)
04 Feb 2017 Manchester United (H)
11 Feb 2017 Swansea City (A)
25 Feb 2017 Liverpool (H)
04 Mar 2017 Hull City (H)
11 Mar 2017 Arsenal (A)
18 Mar 2017 West Ham United (A)
01 Apr 2017 Stoke City (H)
04 Apr 2017 Sunderland (H)
08 Apr 2017 Everton (A)
15 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
22 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
29 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
06 May 2017 Watford (H)
13 May 2017 Manchester City (A)
21 May 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)

Liverpool

How will Jurgen Klopp fare in his second season at Liverpool? His opening fixture, away at Arsenal, is the perfect game to show his side’s title-challenging credentials. Klopp will be looking at the end of August as the start of a potentially dangerous month of football, as Liverpool take on Spurs, Leicester and Chelsea in the space of 21 days.

13 Aug 2016 Arsenal (A)
20 Aug 2016 Burnley (H)
27 Aug 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
10 Sep 2016 Leicester City (H)
17 Sep 2016 Chelsea (A)
24 Sep 2016 Hull City (H)
01 Oct 2016 Swansea City (A)
15 Oct 2016 Manchester United (H)
22 Oct 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
29 Oct 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
05 Nov 2016 Watford (H)
19 Nov 2016 Southampton (A)
26 Nov 2016 Sunderland (H)
03 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
10 Dec 2016 West Ham United (H)
13 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
17 Dec 2016 Everton (A)
26 Dec 2016 Stoke City (H)
31 Dec 2016 Manchester City (H)
02 Jan 2017 Sunderland (A)
14 Jan 2017 Manchester United (A)
21 Jan 2017 Swansea City (H)
01 Feb 2017 Chelsea (H)
04 Feb 2017 Hull City (A)
11 Feb 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
25 Feb 2017 Leicester City (A)
04 Mar 2017 Arsenal (H)
11 Mar 2017 Burnley (A)
18 Mar 2017 Manchester City (A)
01 Apr 2017 Everton (H)
05 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
08 Apr 2017 Stoke City (A)
15 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
22 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
29 Apr 2017 Watford (A)
06 May 2017 Southampton (H)
13 May 2017 West Ham United (A)
21 May 2017 Middlesbrough (H)

Manchester City

Pep Guardiola starts his eagerly-anticipated career in the Premier League with a home fixture against last season’s relegation escapees Sunderland. On the surface, it seems like his Man City has the most favourable fixture list, though the two weeks that end March and start April will pose a threat to their title challenge, as they take on Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.

13 Aug 2016 Sunderland (H)
20 Aug 2016 Stoke City (A)
27 Aug 2016 West Ham United (H)
10 Sep 2016 Manchester United (A)
17 Sep 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
24 Sep 2016 Swansea City (A)
01 Oct 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
15 Oct 2016 Everton (H)
22 Oct 2016 Southampton (H)
29 Oct 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
05 Nov 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
19 Nov 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
26 Nov 2016 Burnley (A)
03 Dec 2016 Chelsea (H)
10 Dec 2016 Leicester City (A)
14 Dec 2016 Watford (H)
17 Dec 2016 Arsenal (H)
26 Dec 2016 Hull City (A)
31 Dec 2016 Liverpool (A)
02 Jan 2017 Burnley (H)
14 Jan 2017 Everton (A)
21 Jan 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
31 Jan 2017 West Ham United (A)
04 Feb 2017 Swansea City (H)
11 Feb 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
25 Feb 2017 Manchester United (H)
04 Mar 2017 Sunderland (A)
11 Mar 2017 Stoke City (H)
18 Mar 2017 Liverpool (H)
01 Apr 2017 Arsenal (A)
05 Apr 2017 Chelsea (A)
08 Apr 2017 Hull City (H)
15 Apr 2017 Southampton (A)
22 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
29 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
06 May 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
13 May 2017 Leicester City (H)
21 May 2017 Watford (A)

Manchester United

Jose Mourinho is back in the Premier League, and he restarts his career at a Manchester United that needs rejuvenating. Though United face AFC Bournemouth on the opening day of the season, there is no better time for the Cherries to face them as Mourinho will not have had as much time to get his squad to gel. Near the end of the season, United will take on both north London clubs in just 7 days, first visiting the Emirates and then White Hart Lane.

13 Aug 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
20 Aug 2016 Southampton (H)
27 Aug 2016 Hull City (A)
10 Sep 2016 Manchester City (H)
17 Sep 2016 Watford (A)
24 Sep 2016 Leicester City (H)
01 Oct 2016 Stoke City (H)
15 Oct 2016 Liverpool (A)
22 Oct 2016 Chelsea (A)
29 Oct 2016 Burnley (H)
05 Nov 2016 Swansea City (A)
19 Nov 2016 Arsenal (H)
26 Nov 2016 West Ham United (H)
03 Dec 2016 Everton (A)
10 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
13 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
17 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
26 Dec 2016 Sunderland (H)
31 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
02 Jan 2017 West Ham United (A)
14 Jan 2017 Liverpool (H)
21 Jan 2017 Stoke City (A)
31 Jan 2017 Hull City (H)
04 Feb 2017 Leicester City (A)
11 Feb 2017 Watford (H)
25 Feb 2017 Manchester City (A)
04 Mar 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
11 Mar 2017 Southampton (A)
18 Mar 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
01 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
04 Apr 2017 Everton (H)
08 Apr 2017 Sunderland (A)
15 Apr 2017 Chelsea (H)
22 Apr 2017 Burnley (A)
29 Apr 2017 Swansea City (H)
06 May 2017 Arsenal (A)
13 May 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
21 May 2017 Crystal Palace (H)

Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough re-open their Premier League account with a home tie to Stoke City. For the next month, they take on clubs that many would think will be battling with them for Premier League survival. By the end of April, Middlsborough must be close to safety if they are to see Premier League football the following season, as the final month of fixtures makes painful viewing; Man City, Chelsea, Southampton, Liverpool.

13 Aug 2016 Stoke City (H)
20 Aug 2016 Sunderland (A)
27 Aug 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
10 Sep 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
17 Sep 2016 Everton (A)
24 Sep 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
01 Oct 2016 West Ham United (A)
15 Oct 2016 Watford (H)
22 Oct 2016 Arsenal (A)
29 Oct 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
05 Nov 2016 Manchester City (A)
19 Nov 2016 Chelsea (H)
26 Nov 2016 Leicester City (A)
03 Dec 2016 Hull City (H)
10 Dec 2016 Southampton (A)
13 Dec 2016 Liverpool (H)
17 Dec 2016 Swansea City (H)
26 Dec 2016 Burnley (A)
31 Dec 2016 Manchester United (A)
02 Jan 2017 Leicester City (H)
14 Jan 2017 Watford (A)
21 Jan 2017 West Ham United (H)
31 Jan 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
04 Feb 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
11 Feb 2017 Everton (H)
25 Feb 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
04 Mar 2017 Stoke City (A)
11 Mar 2017 Sunderland (H)
18 Mar 2017 Manchester United (H)
01 Apr 2017 Swansea City (A)
04 Apr 2017 Hull City (A)
08 Apr 2017 Burnley (H)
15 Apr 2017 Arsenal (H)
22 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
29 Apr 2017 Manchester City (H)
06 May 2017 Chelsea (A)
13 May 2017 Southampton (H)
21 May 2017 Liverpool (A)

Southampton

The Saints recently lost Ronald Koeman to Everton, but there is little time to lick their wounds; their opening few fixtures throws them up against Manchester United and Arsenal, both away fixtures. Southampton will eye the month before and after the turn of the year as their main opportunity to get as many points as possible, as they only come up against two top-four teams (Leicester and Spurs) in that time.

13 Aug 2016 Watford (H)
20 Aug 2016 Manchester United (A)
27 Aug 2016 Sunderland (H)
10 Sep 2016 Arsenal (A)
17 Sep 2016 Swansea City (H)
24 Sep 2016 West Ham United (A)
01 Oct 2016 Leicester City (A)
15 Oct 2016 Burnley (H)
22 Oct 2016 Manchester City (A)
29 Oct 2016 Chelsea (H)
05 Nov 2016 Hull City (A)
19 Nov 2016 Liverpool (H)
26 Nov 2016 Everton (H)
03 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
10 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
14 Dec 2016 Stoke City (A)
17 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
26 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
31 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
02 Jan 2017 Everton (A)
14 Jan 2017 Burnley (A)
21 Jan 2017 Leicester City (H)
31 Jan 2017 Swansea City (A)
04 Feb 2017 West Ham United (H)
11 Feb 2017 Sunderland (A)
25 Feb 2017 Arsenal (H)
04 Mar 2017 Watford (A)
11 Mar 2017 Manchester United (H)
18 Mar 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
01 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
05 Apr 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
08 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
15 Apr 2017 Manchester City (H)
22 Apr 2017 Chelsea (A)
29 Apr 2017 Hull City (H)
06 May 2017 Liverpool (A)
13 May 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
21 May 2017 Stoke City (H)

Stoke City

Mark Hughes’ Stoke City host Premier League old dogs and newly-promoted Middlesbrough in the opening day of the new season. They then embark on a tough month of football, with Man City, Everton, Spurs and Crystal Palace all taking on the Potters in that time. Stoke City will be looking to push towards European football this coming season, and one of their main rivals for it will be Southampton, who they face on the final day of the new season.

13 Aug 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
20 Aug 2016 Manchester City (H)
27 Aug 2016 Everton (A)
10 Sep 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
17 Sep 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
24 Sep 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
01 Oct 2016 Manchester United (A)
15 Oct 2016 Sunderland (H)
22 Oct 2016 Hull City (A)
29 Oct 2016 Swansea City (H)
05 Nov 2016 West Ham United (A)
19 Nov 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
26 Nov 2016 Watford (A)
03 Dec 2016 Burnley (H)
10 Dec 2016 Arsenal (A)
14 Dec 2016 Southampton (H)
17 Dec 2016 Leicester City (H)
26 Dec 2016 Liverpool (A)
31 Dec 2016 Chelsea (A)
02 Jan 2017 Watford (H)
14 Jan 2017 Sunderland (A)
21 Jan 2017 Manchester United (H)
01 Feb 2017 Everton (H)
04 Feb 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
11 Feb 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
25 Feb 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
04 Mar 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
11 Mar 2017 Manchester City (A)
18 Mar 2017 Chelsea (H)
01 Apr 2017 Leicester City (A)
04 Apr 2017 Burnley (A)
08 Apr 2017 Liverpool (H)
15 Apr 2017 Hull City (H)
22 Apr 2017 Swansea City (A)
29 Apr 2017 West Ham United (H)
06 May 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
13 May 2017 Arsenal (H)
21 May 2017 Southampton (A)

Sunderland

Sunderland survived last season by the skin of their teeth, and Sam Allardyce will be looking to reach mathematical safety early. He couldn’t have chosen a harder opening fixture though, as the Black Cats travel to the Etihad to face a new Manchester City side led by Pep Guardiola. If survival comes late again in the coming campaign, Sunderland will have to do it against Conte’s Chelsea on a tough final day of the season.

13 Aug 2016 Manchester City (A)
20 Aug 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
27 Aug 2016 Southampton (A)
10 Sep 2016 Everton (H)
17 Sep 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
24 Sep 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
01 Oct 2016 West Bromwich Albion (H)
15 Oct 2016 Stoke City (A)
22 Oct 2016 West Ham United (A)
29 Oct 2016 Arsenal (H)
05 Nov 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
19 Nov 2016 Hull City (H)
26 Nov 2016 Liverpool (A)
03 Dec 2016 Leicester City (H)
10 Dec 2016 Swansea City (A)
13 Dec 2016 Chelsea (H)
17 Dec 2016 Watford (H)
26 Dec 2016 Manchester United (A)
31 Dec 2016 Burnley (A)
02 Jan 2017 Liverpool (H)
14 Jan 2017 Stoke City (H)
21 Jan 2017 West Bromwich Albion (A)
31 Jan 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
04 Feb 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
11 Feb 2017 Southampton (H)
25 Feb 2017 Everton (A)
04 Mar 2017 Manchester City (H)
11 Mar 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
18 Mar 2017 Burnley (H)
01 Apr 2017 Watford (A)
04 Apr 2017 Leicester City (A)
08 Apr 2017 Manchester United (H)
15 Apr 2017 West Ham United (H)
22 Apr 2017 Arsenal (A)
29 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
06 May 2017 Hull City (A)
13 May 2017 Swansea City (H)
21 May 2017 Chelsea (A)

Swansea City

Swansea play host to newly promoted Burnley for their opening match of the new Premier League season. After this though, they face a torrid few months in which they play Leicester, Chelsea, Southampton, Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal consecutively. If they can grab a few draws and a win or two in these fixtures, it will tee them up very well going into the second half of the season, where they can secure survival against lower opposition.

13 Aug 2016 Burnley (A)
20 Aug 2016 Hull City (H)
27 Aug 2016 Leicester City (A)
10 Sep 2016 Chelsea (H)
17 Sep 2016 Southampton (A)
24 Sep 2016 Manchester City (H)
01 Oct 2016 Liverpool (H)
15 Oct 2016 Arsenal (A)
22 Oct 2016 Watford (H)
29 Oct 2016 Stoke City (A)
05 Nov 2016 Manchester United (H)
19 Nov 2016 Everton (A)
26 Nov 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
03 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
10 Dec 2016 Sunderland (H)
13 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
17 Dec 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
26 Dec 2016 West Ham United (H)
31 Dec 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
02 Jan 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
14 Jan 2017 Arsenal (H)
21 Jan 2017 Liverpool (A)
31 Jan 2017 Southampton (H)
04 Feb 2017 Manchester City (A)
11 Feb 2017 Leicester City (H)
25 Feb 2017 Chelsea (A)
04 Mar 2017 Burnley (H)
11 Mar 2017 Hull City (A)
18 Mar 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
01 Apr 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
04 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
08 Apr 2017 West Ham United (A)
15 Apr 2017 Watford (A)
22 Apr 2017 Stoke City (H)
29 Apr 2017 Manchester United (A)
06 May 2017 Everton (H)
13 May 2017 Sunderland (A)
21 May 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)

Tottenham Hotspur

Last season’s Premier League runners-up face Ronald Koeman’s new club Everton for their first fixture of the new season. If Mauricio Pochettino’s young side can go one step further, they must stay within touching distance of the top of the table by February where they can take advantage of the more favourable opponents of Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Stoke City, Everton and Crystal Palace.

13 Aug 2016 Everton (A)
20 Aug 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
27 Aug 2016 Liverpool (H)
10 Sep 2016 Stoke City (A)
17 Sep 2016 Sunderland (H)
24 Sep 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
01 Oct 2016 Manchester City (H)
15 Oct 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
22 Oct 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
29 Oct 2016 Leicester City (H)
05 Nov 2016 Arsenal (A)
19 Nov 2016 West Ham United (H)
26 Nov 2016 Chelsea (A)
03 Dec 2016 Swansea City (H)
10 Dec 2016 Manchester United (A)
14 Dec 2016 Hull City (H)
17 Dec 2016 Burnley (H)
26 Dec 2016 Southampton (A)
31 Dec 2016 Watford (A)
02 Jan 2017 Chelsea (H)
14 Jan 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
21 Jan 2017 Manchester City (A)
31 Jan 2017 Sunderland (A)
04 Feb 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
11 Feb 2017 Liverpool (A)
25 Feb 2017 Stoke City (H)
04 Mar 2017 Everton (H)
11 Mar 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
18 Mar 2017 Southampton (H)
01 Apr 2017 Burnley (A)
04 Apr 2017 Swansea City (A)
08 Apr 2017 Watford (H)
15 Apr 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
22 Apr 2017 Leicester City (A)
29 Apr 2017 Arsenal (H)
06 May 2017 West Ham United (A)
13 May 2017 Manchester United (H)
21 May 2017 Hull City (A)

Watford

Quite simply, Watford have the most difficult opening month of the Premier League season. An away trip to Southampton on the first day of the campaign is followed by matches against Chelsea, Arsenal, West Ham (away) and Manchester United. If they can get through this relatively unscathed, expect the Hornets to kick on and settle in the middle of the table going into the second half of the season.

13 Aug 2016 Southampton (A)
20 Aug 2016 Chelsea (H)
27 Aug 2016 Arsenal (H)
10 Sep 2016 West Ham United (A)
17 Sep 2016 Manchester United (H)
24 Sep 2016 Burnley (A)
01 Oct 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
15 Oct 2016 Middlesbrough (A)
22 Oct 2016 Swansea City (A)
29 Oct 2016 Hull City (H)
05 Nov 2016 Liverpool (A)
19 Nov 2016 Leicester City (H)
26 Nov 2016 Stoke City (H)
03 Dec 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
10 Dec 2016 Everton (H)
14 Dec 2016 Manchester City (A)
17 Dec 2016 Sunderland (A)
26 Dec 2016 Crystal Palace (H)
31 Dec 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
02 Jan 2017 Stoke City (A)
14 Jan 2017 Middlesbrough (H)
21 Jan 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
31 Jan 2017 Arsenal (A)
04 Feb 2017 Burnley (H)
11 Feb 2017 Manchester United (A)
25 Feb 2017 West Ham United (H)
04 Mar 2017 Southampton (H)
11 Mar 2017 Chelsea (A)
18 Mar 2017 Crystal Palace (A)
01 Apr 2017 Sunderland (H)
04 Apr 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
08 Apr 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
15 Apr 2017 Swansea City (H)
22 Apr 2017 Hull City (A)
29 Apr 2017 Liverpool (H)
06 May 2017 Leicester City (A)
13 May 2017 Everton (A)
21 May 2017 Manchester City (H)

West Bromwich Albion

Tony Pulis will face his old side Crystal Palace for West Brom’s first fixture of the season. The Baggies have been given a relatively trouble-free first two months of the new campaign – the first time they come up against a top-four club from last season is mid October, as they host Spurs on the 15th. The visit the Liberty Stadium on the final day.

13 Aug 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
20 Aug 2016 Everton (H)
27 Aug 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
10 Sep 2016 AFC Bournemouth (A)
17 Sep 2016 West Ham United (H)
24 Sep 2016 Stoke City (A)
01 Oct 2016 Sunderland (A)
15 Oct 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
22 Oct 2016 Liverpool (A)
29 Oct 2016 Manchester City (H)
05 Nov 2016 Leicester City (A)
19 Nov 2016 Burnley (H)
26 Nov 2016 Hull City (A)
03 Dec 2016 Watford (H)
10 Dec 2016 Chelsea (A)
13 Dec 2016 Swansea City (H)
17 Dec 2016 Manchester United (H)
26 Dec 2016 Arsenal (A)
31 Dec 2016 Southampton (A)
02 Jan 2017 Hull City (H)
14 Jan 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
21 Jan 2017 Sunderland (H)
31 Jan 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
04 Feb 2017 Stoke City (H)
11 Feb 2017 West Ham United (A)
25 Feb 2017 AFC Bournemouth (H)
04 Mar 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
11 Mar 2017 Everton (A)
18 Mar 2017 Arsenal (H)
01 Apr 2017 Manchester United (A)
04 Apr 2017 Watford (A)
08 Apr 2017 Southampton (H)
15 Apr 2017 Liverpool (H)
22 Apr 2017 Manchester City (A)
29 Apr 2017 Leicester City (H)
06 May 2017 Burnley (A)
13 May 2017 Chelsea (H)
21 May 2017 Swansea City (A)

West Ham United

West Ham’s first Premier League fixture in their new stadium will be against AFC Bournemouth, one week after their opening day visit to Stamford Bridge to face Conte’s Chelsea. The Hammers have a tough month from mid November to mid December, as they play Spurs, Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool in that time.

13 Aug 2016 Chelsea (A)
20 Aug 2016 AFC Bournemouth (H)
27 Aug 2016 Manchester City (A)
10 Sep 2016 Watford (H)
17 Sep 2016 West Bromwich Albion (A)
24 Sep 2016 Southampton (H)
01 Oct 2016 Middlesbrough (H)
15 Oct 2016 Crystal Palace (A)
22 Oct 2016 Sunderland (H)
29 Oct 2016 Everton (A)
05 Nov 2016 Stoke City (H)
19 Nov 2016 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
26 Nov 2016 Manchester United (A)
03 Dec 2016 Arsenal (H)
10 Dec 2016 Liverpool (A)
13 Dec 2016 Burnley (H)
17 Dec 2016 Hull City (H)
26 Dec 2016 Swansea City (A)
31 Dec 2016 Leicester City (A)
02 Jan 2017 Manchester United (H)
14 Jan 2017 Crystal Palace (H)
21 Jan 2017 Middlesbrough (A)
31 Jan 2017 Manchester City (H)
04 Feb 2017 Southampton (A)
11 Feb 2017 West Bromwich Albion (H)
25 Feb 2017 Watford (A)
04 Mar 2017 Chelsea (H)
11 Mar 2017 AFC Bournemouth (A)
18 Mar 2017 Leicester City (H)
01 Apr 2017 Hull City (A)
04 Apr 2017 Arsenal (A)
08 Apr 2017 Swansea City (H)
15 Apr 2017 Sunderland (A)
22 Apr 2017 Everton (H)
29 Apr 2017 Stoke City (A)
06 May 2017 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
13 May 2017 Liverpool (H)
21 May 2017 Burnley (A)

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