Newly-promoted Cardiff will begin life back in the Premier League with a trip to Bournemouth before welcoming Newcastle to Wales for their first home game.

Neil Warnock’s side then face a tough run of games in September, with successive matches against Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City.

The Welsh side, who could face a battle to maintain their top-flight status come May, end the season with a trip to Manchester United.

Read the full list below – home fixtures are in bold. 

August 11 – Bournemouth (A)

August 18 – Newcastle (H)

August 25 – Huddersfield (A)

September 1 – Arsenal (H)

September 15 –  Chelsea (A)

September 22 – Manchester City (H)

September 29 – Burnley (H)

October 6 – Tottenham (A)

October 20 – Fulham (H)

October 27 – Liverpool (A)

November 3 – Leicester (H) 

November 10 – Brighton (H)

November 24 – Everton (A)

December 1 – Wolves (H)

December 4 – West Ham (A)

December 8 – Southampton (H)

December 15 – Watford (A)

December 22 – Manchester United (H)

December 26 – Crystal Palace (A) 

December 29 – Leicester (A)

January 1 – Tottenham (H)

January 12 – Huddersfield (H)

January 19 – Newcastle (A)

January 29 – Arsenal (A)

February 2 – Bournemouth (H)

February 9 – Southampton (A)

February 23 – Watford (H)

February 26 – Everton (H)

March 2 – Wolves (A)

March 9 – West Ham (H)

March 16 – Brighton (A)

March 30 – Chelsea (H)

April 6 – Manchester City (A)

April 13 – Burnley (A)

April 20 – Liverpool (H)

April 27 – Fulham (A)

May 4 – Crystal Palace (H)

May 12 – Manchester United (A) 

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

 

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