Leicester fixtures: Premier League 2016/17

Leicester City fixtures

Leicester City will start their 2016/17 season and defence of the Premier League title with a trip to-newly promoted Hull City on August 13.

Claudio Ranieri's champions face a tough start to the campaign with trips to Liverpool on September 10 and Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on September 24.

Before that they will reacquaint themselves on August 20 with Premier League runners-up Arsenal, who were the only team to do the league double over the surprise league victors last season.

Leicester fans can look forward to two home games around the Christmas period with matches scheduled against Everton on Boxing Day and West Ham United on New Year's Eve. 

May 13 could be a date to put in the diary as Leicester face a trip to Pep Guardiola's Manchester City for their penultimate game of the season.

Leicester City Premier League fixtures 2016/17:

August

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13: Hull City (a)

20: Arsenal (h)

27: Swansea City (h)

September

10: Liverpool (a)

17: Burnley (h)

24: Manchester United (a)

October

1: Southampton (h)

15: Chelsea (a)

22: Crystal Palace (h)

29: Tottenham Hotspur (a)

November

5: West Bromwich Albion (h)

19: Watford (a)

26: Middlesbrough (h)

December

3: Sunderland (a)

10: Manchester City (h)

13: A.F.C. Bournemouth (a)

17: Stoke City (a)

26: Everton (h)

31: West Ham United (h)

January

2: Middlesbrough (a)

14: Chelsea (h)

21: Southampton (a)

31: Burnley (a)

February

4: Manchester United (h)

11: Swansea City (a)

25: Liverpool (h)

March

4: Hull City (h)

11: Arsenal (a)

18: West Ham United (a)

April

1:  Stoke City (h)

4: Sunderland (h)

8:  Everton (a)

15: Crystal Palace (a)

22: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

29: West Bromwich Albion (a)

May

6: Watford (h)

13: Manchester City (a)

21: A.F.C. Bournemouth (h)

Premier League fixtures 2016/17

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