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The Eagles must play Chelsea, Aston Villa and Manchester City away from home over Christmas, but will rarely play two top seven clubs back-to-back over the rest of the campaign

Ian Holloway will take Crystal Palace to face Tottenham at White Hart Lane on the opening day of the 2013-14 Premier League season.

The Eagles then play Stoke and Sunderland before travelling to Manchester United on September 14.

Away trips to Chelsea, Aston Villa and Manchester City will mean it is a tricky Christmas, but a home match against Norwich on New Year's Day could provide some respite.

They will finish the season against Fulham at Craven Cottage following matches against Manchester City and Liverpool.

CRYSTAL PALACE
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
17: Tottenham (H)
24: Stoke City (A)

31: Sunderland (H)
14: Man Utd (A)
21: Swansea (H)

28: Southampton (A)


5: Liverpool (A)
19: Fulham (H)

26: Arsenal (H)

2: West Brom (A)
9: Everton (H)
23: Hull City (A)
30: Norwich (A)


3: West Ham (H)
7: Cardiff City (H)
14: Chelsea (A)
21: Newcastle (H)
26: Aston Villa (A)
28: Man City (A)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
1: Norwich (H)
11: Tottenham (A)
18: Stoke City (H)
28: Hull City (H)

1: Arsenal (A)
8: West Brom (H)
12: Everton (A)
22: Man Utd (H)

1: Swansea (A)
8: Southampton (H)

15: Sunderland (A)
22: Newcastle (A)
29: Chelsea (H)
5: Cardiff City (A)
12: Aston Villa (H)
19: West Ham (A)
26: Man City (H)
3: Liverpool (H)
11: Fulham (A)

*fixtures subject to change

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