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Crystal Palace's fixtures for the new Premier League season have been released.

The Eagles kick off their record fourth consecutive Premier League campaign at home to West Brom with former boss Tony Pulis bringing his Baggies to SE25. 

Boxing Day sees Palace play Watford away with a trip to Arsenal five days later and Swansea visiting on January 2nd, the first game of 2017.

And Alan Pardew's men will probably need to start the season as strongly as they did in 2015/16 because the fixture computer has not been particularly kind to Palace in April and May.

The final five away games of the season are Chelsea, Southampton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United although Palace did win two of those last season.

And remember 2013/14 when we all thought similar as Palace had Everton, West Ham, Manchester City and Liverpool and they got two wins and a draw from that run, securing safety in the process.

Check out the full fitxture list for 2016/17 below.

Fixture list 2016/17 in full

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 8pm 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 7:45pm 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 7:45pm 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)


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