Premier League fixtures announced

Manchester United will begin their defence of their Premier League crown against Swansea at the Liberty stadium in what can only be described as a ‘challenging’ start to life under David Moyes, with fixtures against Chelsea, Liverpool and City in the first 5 games.

A full list of all the fixtures is available below but fixtures are subject to change nice Sky & BT decide which games will be broadcast, which in Uniteds case, is most of them.

Despite the difficult start, United will be pleased with the run in, with only a trip to Moyes’ former team Everton as the difficult fixture in the last couple of months. United do have 2 away trips over the festive season too, before a home tie against Spurs on New Years Day.

Full fixtures:

August
17 – Swansea (A)
24 – Chelsea (H)
31 – Liverpool (A)

September
14 – Crystal Palace (H)
21 – Manchester City (A)
28 – West Brom (H)


October
5 – Sunderland (A)
19 – Southampton (H)
26 – Stoke City (H)

November
2 – Fulham (A)
9 – Arsenal (H)
23 – Cardiff (A)
30 – Tottenham (A)

December
3 – Everton (H)
7 – Newcastle (H)
14 – Aston Villa (A)
21 – West Ham (H)
26 – Hull City (A)
28 – Norwich City (A)

January
1 – Tottenham (H)
11 – Swansea (H)
18 – Chelsea (A)
28 – Cardiff (H)

February
1 – Stoke City (A)
8 – Fulham (H)
11 – Arsenal (A)
22 – Crystal Palace (A)

March
1 – Manchester City (H)
8 – West Brom (A)
15 – Liverpool (H)
22 – West Ham (A)
29 – Aston Villa (H)

April
5 – Newcastle (A)
12 – Hull City (H)
19 – Everton (A)
26 – Norwich City (H)

May
3 – Sunderland (H)
11 – Southampton (A)

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27 year old football writer from South Yorkshire. United fan and Season Ticket holder in the Sir Alex Ferguson stand.

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