Manchester United: 2016-17 Premier League fixtures.

Manchester United: 2016-17 Premier League fixtures

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Jose Mourinho’s first Premier League match in charge of Manchester United will be against Bournemouth on August 13.

The charismatic Portuguese tactician, who replaced Louis van Gaal as the Red Devils’ head coach at the end of last month, will take his new side to Dean Court.

As for the much-anticipated battle between Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, the first Manchester derby takes place on September 10, with the second match pencilled in for February 25.


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Mourinho will go head-to-head with his former employers Chelsea, meanwhile, on October 22 and April 15.

The ex-Blues boss has been hired by United to help lift the club back to the top of English football.

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However, if the Red Devils are to win the Premier League title next season, they’ll need to do it the hard way. Their run-in during the final weeks of the campaign could have been much kinder.

They will take on both Arsenal and Tottenham in May.

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Key dates

August 13: Bournemouth v Manchester United

September 10: Manchester United v Manchester City

October 22: Chelsea v Manchester United

May 21 : Manchester United v Crystal Palace

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