Arsenal: 2016-17 Premier League fixtures.

Arsenal: 2016-17 Premier League fixtures

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Arsenal begin their 2016-17 Premier League campaign with a mouth-watering home match against Liverpool on August 13.

The Gunners, who finished second in the league behind champions Leicester City this season, will be aiming to go one better next term under the management of their long-serving boss Arsene Wenger but start the campaign with a tough game against Jurgen Klopp's men at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal fans will, of course, be keen to know when the first north London derby of the season takes place. That is on November 5, with the away match against rivals Tottenham pencilled in for April 29.


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Wenger’s men have a tough start to the new campaign, with a trip to champions Leicester City on the second weekend of the campaign.

It then gets a little kinder, with matches against Watford, Southampton and Hull City.

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Arsenal face West Brom at home on Boxing Day, Crystal Palace at home on New Year’s Eve, … and Everton at home on the final day of the season on May 21.

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Key dates

August 13: Arsenal v Liverpool

November 5: Arsenal v Tottenham

May 21: Arsenal v Everton

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