Most Notable 2013/14 Premier League Fixtures

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Updated: June 19, 2013

Next season’s Premier League fixtures have finally been released. We now know which teams will play against each other at the start of the season, when the Derby

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games will take place and who plays who in the key final stages of the season. All fixture dates are subject to change, but here are some of my most notable fixtures of next season.

  • West Ham vs Cardiff (17th August 2013) – Cardiff’s first game in the Premier League is against the team that defeated them in the 2011/12 playoffs, West Ham.
  • Chelsea vs Hull (17th August 2013) – Jose Mourinho’s first home game back as Chelsea manager. He will go against recently promoted Hull, a team that hasn’t been in the Premier League since 2010.
  • Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (17th August 2013) – Crystal Palace’s first Premier League home game since the 2004/05 season is against fellow London team, Tottenham Hotspur.
  • Manchester United vs Chelsea (24th August 2013) – David Moyes’ first home game as Manchester United manager is against Mourinho’s Chelsea.
  • Everton vs West Brom (24th August 2013) – Roberto Martinez’s first home game as Everton manager.
  • Arsenal vs Tottenham (31st August 2013) – First North London Derby of the season. Possibly without Tottenham’s Gareth Bale?
  • Chelsea vs Fulham (21st September 2013) – First West London Derby of the season and Mourinho’s Chelsea will host it at Stamford Bridge.
  • Manchester City vs Manchester United (21st September 2013) – Manchester City host the first Manchester Derby of the season. Also the first for Moyes as Manchester United manager.
  • Sunderland vs Newcastle (26th October 2013) – First North-East Derby of the season takes place at the Stadium of Light.
  • Cardiff vs Swansea (2nd November 2013) – First South Wales Derby in Premier League history will take place at the Cardiff City Stadium.
  • Everton vs Liverpool (23rd November 2013) – Martinez’s Everton will host the first Merseyside Derby of the season.
  • West Brom vs Aston Villa (23rd November 2013) – First Midlands Derby of the season.
  • Liverpool vs West Ham (7th December 2013) – Andy Carroll’s first return to Anfield since signing permanently for West Ham.
  • Everton vs Manchester United (19th April 2014) – Moyes first return to Goodison Park since taking over at Manchester United.

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Article by Conor Porter

Twitter – @ConorJPorter

Other blogs – http://conorporter.blogspot.co.uk/ & http://nflmad.wordpress.com/

Email – conorporter@live.co.uk

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