Crystal Palace will open their 2018-19 Premier League season away to newly-promoted Fulham.

Roy Hodgson’s men will then host Liverpool, who narrowly missed out to Real Madrid in last season’s Champions League final in their second fixture. Boxing Day will see the Eagles host another promoted side, Cardiff City, before welcoming Chelsea three days later.

Palace finish the season against Bournemouth at Selhurst Park.   

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

August 11 – Fulham (A)

August 18 – Liverpool (H)

August 25 – Watford (A)

September 1 – Southampton (H)

September 15 – Huddersfield Town (A)

September 22 – Newcastle United (H)

September 29 – Bournemouth (A)

October 6 – Wolves (H)

October 20 – Everton (A)

October 27 – Arsenal (H)

Novemver 3 – Chelsea (A)

November 10 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)

November 24 – Manchester United (A)

December 1 – Burnley (H)

December 4 – Brighton (A)

December 8 – West Ham United (A)

December 15 – Leicester City (H)

December 22 – Manchester City (A) 

December 26 – Cardiff City (H) 

December 29 – Chelsea (H)

January 1 – Wolves (A)

January 12 – Watford (H)

January 19 – Liverpool (A)

January 30 – Southampton (A)

February 2 – Fulham (H)

February 9 – West Ham United (H)

February 23 – Leicester City (A)

February 26 – Manchester United (H)

March 2 – Burnley (A)

March 9 – Brighton (H)

March 16 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)

March 30 – Huddersfield Town (H)

April 6 – Newcastle United (A)

April 13 – Manchester City (H)

April 20 – Arsenal (A)

April 27 – Everton (H)

May 4 – Cardiff City (A)

May 12 – Bournemouth (H) 

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

 

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