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Manchester United's Premier League fixture list revealed

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The Premier League have released the fixtures for the forthcoming season.

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Folks, it's time to get officially Excited. The Premier League have released the fixture list for the forthcoming season, meaning we can already start dreaming of all of those glorious victories. Maybe.

José Mourinho kicks off his Manchester United career with a trip to Bournemouth, with his first game at Old Trafford coming a week later against Southampton. They're two potential banana skin fixtures, but certainly more than winnable matches.

United take on Manchester City just four games into the season, with Old Trafford playing host to the season's first derby on September 10. Trips to Anfield and then Stamford Bridge follow successively in October, while United host Sunderland on Boxing Day.

The final game of the season is at home to Crystal Palace, and comes hot on the heels of two trips to north London, with United playing both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in their final three fixtures. Woof. The full fixture list, nicked from the Manchester Evening News, can be found below:

Manchester United Premier League 2016-17 fixtures

August

13 Bournemouth (a) 
20 Southampton (h) 
27 Hull City (a)

September

10 Manchester City (h)
17 Watford (a) 
24 Leicester City (h)

October

1 Stoke City (h) 
15 Liverpool (a) 
22 Chelsea (a) 
29 Burnley (h)

November

5 Swansea City (a) 
19 Arsenal (h) 
26 West Ham United (h)

December

3 Everton (a) 
10 Tottenham Hotspur (h) 
13 Crystal Palace (a) 
17 West Bromwich Albion (a) 
26 Sunderland (h) 
31 Middlesbrough (h)

January

2 West Ham United (a) 
14 Liverpool (h) 
21 Stoke City (a) 
31 Hull City (h)

February

4 Leicester City (a) 
11 Watford (h) 
25 Manchester City (a)

March

4 Bournemouth (h) 
11 Southampton (a) 
18 Middlesbrough (a)

April

1 West Bromwich Albion (h) 
4 Everton (h) 
8 Sunderland (a) 
15 Chelsea (h) 
22 Burnley (a) 
29 Swansea City (h)

May

6 Arsenal (a) 
13 Tottenham Hotspur (a) 
21 Crystal Palace (h)