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Fixtures 2017/18

Jeff

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AUGUST
SAT 12 15:00 A Arsenal
SAT 19 15:00 H Brighton and Hove Albion
SAT 26 15:00 A Manchester United


SEPTEMBER
SAT 09 15:00 H Chelsea
SAT 16 15:00 A Huddersfield Town
SAT 23 15:00 H Liverpool
SAT 30 15:00 A Bournemouth

OCTOBER
SAT 14 15:00 H West Bromwich Albion
SAT 21 15:00 A Swansea City
SAT 28 15:00 H Everton

NOVEMBER
SAT 04 15:00 A Stoke City
SAT 18 15:00 H Manchester City
SAT 25 15:00 A West Ham United
TUE 28 19:45 H Tottenham Hotspur

DECEMBER
SAT 02 15:00 H Burnley
SAT 09 15:00 A Newcastle United
WED 13 19:45 A Southampton
SAT 16 15:00 H Crystal Palace
SAT 23 15:00 H Manchester United
TUE 26 15:00 A Watford
SAT 30 15:00 A Liverpool

JANUARY
MON 01 15:00 H Huddersfield Town
SAT 13 15:00 A Chelsea
SAT 20 15:00 H Watford
WED 31 19:45 A Everton

FEBRUARY
SAT 03 15:00 H Swansea City
SAT 10 15:00 A Manchester City
SAT 24 15:00 H Stoke City

MARCH
SAT 03 15:00 H Bournemouth
SAT 10 15:00 A West Bromwich Albion
SAT 17 15:00 H Arsenal
SAT 31 15:00 A Brighton and Hove Albion

APRIL
SAT 07 15:00 H Newcastle United
SAT 14 15:00 A Burnley
SAT 21 15:00 H Southampton
SAT 28 15:00 A Crystal Palace

MAY
SAT 05 15:00 H West Ham United
SUN 13 15:00 A Tottenham Hotspur
 

Graz

Well-Known Member
Very tough start, plus a tough finish with Spurs away on the final day!

Ouch.

As someone who thinks the opening game sets the tone for the season, I think this is a bit bleak...
 

FIF

Well-Known Member
September, October and November look pretty easy. The "top" teams are playing in Leicester and we should win most of our home games. 10 pts in September and 7 in October look possible.
 

Lako42

Well-Known Member
Its a good start IMO.

Get the big teams early when they aren't fully up to speed and new signings aren't settled.

Plus we will be up for it and hopefully have some early season belief.

The newly promoted teams are the harder games, momentum and a point to prove
 

Brown Nose

Well-Known Member
Mahrez to make his debut against us and score / be brilliant?

Then Knockaert to play an ego-driven blinder against us and inspire Brighton to victory?

There could be a 'Shit, can we get big fat Sam out of retirement' thread before the end of August.
 
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P Pld Pts
Manchester City 38  98
Liverpool 38  97
Chelsea 38  72
Tottenham  38  71
Arsenal 38  70
Manchester Utd 38  66
Wolves 38  57
Everton 38  54
Leicester 38  52
10 West Ham Utd 38  52
11 Watford 38  50
12 Palace 38  49
13 Newcastle Utd 38  45
14 Bournemouth 38  45
15 Burnley 38  40
16 Southampton 38  39
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