West Brom fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

West Brom fixtures

Tony Pulis will take West Brom to his former club Crystal Palace on the opening day of the new Premier League season.

Wednesday's fixtures announcement sees West Brom travel to Selhurst Park on August 13 before hosting Everton in the first home game of the campaign a week later.

The Baggies face tough games either side of Christmas with a home clash against Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on December 17 followed by a visit to Arsenal on Boxing Day.

And at the end of the season, West Brom will visit Burnley (May 6) and host Chelsea (May 13) before finishing the campaign with a trip to Swansea on May 21.

West Brom Premier League fixtures 2016/17:

August

13: Crystal Palace (a)

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20: Everton (h)

27: Middlesbrough (h)

September

10: Bournemouth (a)

17: West Ham United (h)

24: Stoke City (a)

October

01: Sunderland (a)

15: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

22: Liverpool (a)

29: Manchester City (h)

November

05: Leicester City (a)

19: Burnley (h)

26: Hull City (a)

December

03: Watford (h)

10: Chelsea (a)

13: Swansea City (h)

17: Manchester United (h)

26: Arsenal (a)

31: Southampton (a)

January

02: Hull City (h)

14: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

21: Sunderland (h)

31: Middlesbrough (a)

February

04: Stoke City (h)

11: West Ham United (a)

25: Bournemouth (h)

March

04: Crystal Palace (h)

11: Everton (a)

18: Arsenal (h)

April

01: Manchester United (a)

04: Watford (a)

08: Southampton (h)

15: Liverpool (h)

22: Manchestery City (a)

29: Leicester City (h)

May

06: Burnley (a)

13: Chelsea (h)

21: Swansea City (a)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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Burnley fixtures
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Leicester fixtures
Liverpool fixtures
Man City fixtures
Man Utd fixtures
Middlesbrough fixtures
Southampton fixtures
Stoke fixtures
Sunderland fixtures
Swansea fixtures
Tottenham fixtures
Watford fixtures
West Brom fixtures
West Ham fixtures

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