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Man United to Begin 2015-16 Season with Home Game against Tottenham

 Manchester United will start their 2015-16 Barclay Premier League season against Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on August 8.

The Red Devils will then play Aston Villa (away), Newcastle United (home) and Swansea City (away) before hosting Liverpool in their first big test on September 12.

Louis Van Gaal’s side will face Arsenal in their next major game at Emirates Stadium on October. The first Manchester derby against City is scheduled at Old Trafford on October 24 while the return game at the Etihad Stadium will be played on March 19.

United will play Chelsea at home on December 28 and away on February 6. They will conclude their campaign against Bournemouth on May 18.

The Red Devils finished last last Premier League campaign at fourth position.

Man United’s Barclays Premier League Fixtures 2015-16

August 8: Tottenham Hotspur (Home)

August 15: Aston Villa (Away)

August 22: Newcastle United (Home)

August 29: Swansea City (Away)

September 12: Liverpool (Home)

September 19: Southampton (Away)

September 26: Sunderland (Home)

October 3: Arsenal (Away)

October 17: Everton (Away)

October 24: Manchester City (Home)

October 31: Crystal Palace (Away)

November 7: West Bromwich Albion (Home)

November 21: Watford (Away)

November 28: Leicester City (Away)

December 5: West Ham United (Home)

December 12: Bournemouth (Away)

December 19: Norwich City (Home)

December 26: Stoke City (Away)

December 28: Chelsea (Home)

January 2: Swansea City (Home)

January 13: Newcastle United (Away)

January 16: Liverpool (Away)

January 23: Southampton (Home)

February 2: Stoke City (Home)

February 6: Chelsea (Away)

February 13: Sunderland (Away)

February 27: Arsenal (Home)

March 1: Watford (Home)

March 5: West Bromwich Albion (Away)

March 12: Crystal Palace (Home)

March 19: Manchester City (Away)

April 2: Everton (Home)

April 9: Tottenham Hotspur (Away)

April 16: Aston Villa (Home)

April 23: West Ham United (Away)

April 30: Leicester City (Home)

May 7: Norwich City (Away)

May 15: Bournemouth (Home)

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