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West Ham kicks off their Premier League campaign with a tough trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on August 12.

Slaven Bilic’s side then face newly-promoted sides — Newcastle United and Huddersfield — in two of their next three matches.

It is December and April that could prove pivotal months for the Hammers, however. Bilic’s side take on Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in the space of 10 days before Christmas and then play them all again in the season’s penultimate month.

West Ham Premier League Fixtures

August 12            Manchester United        (A)

August 19            Southampton                    (H)

August 26            Newcastle                           (A)

September 9      Huddersfield                      (H)

September 16   West Brom                         (A)

September 23   Tottenham                         (H)

September 30   Swansea                              (H)

October 14          Burnley                                (A)

October 21          Brighton                               (H)

October 28          Crystal Palace                    (A)

November 4       Liverpool                             (H)

November 18    Watford                               (A)

November 25    Leicester                              (H)

November 29    Everton                                (A)

December 2       Manchester City               (A)

December 9       Chelsea                                (H)

December 12     Arsenal                                 (H)

December 16     Stoke                                    (A)

December 23     Newcastle                           (H)

December 26     Bournemouth                   (A)

December 30     Tottenham                         (A)

January 1             West Brom                         (H)

January 13           Huddersfield                      (A)

January 20           Bournemouth                   (H)

January 30           Crystal Palace                    (H)

February 3          Brighton                               (A)

February 10        Watford                               (A)

February 24        Liverpool                             (A)

March 3                Swansea                              (A)

March 10             Burnley                                (H)

March 17             Manchester United        (H)

March 31             Southampton                    (A)

April 7                   Chelsea                                (A)

April 14                 Stoke                                    (H)

April 21                 Arsenal                                 (A)

April 28                 Manchester City               (H)

May 5                    Leicester                              (A)

May 13                 Everton                                (H)

 

 

All fixtures are subject to change once live TV schedule has been finalised

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