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The Tigers must take on Chelsea and Manchester City in two of their first three games back in English football's top flight, before hosting fellow promoted side Cardiff City

Hull City face a daunting return to the Premier League, kicking off their campaign at Stamford Bridge in Jose Mourinho's first game of his second spell as Chelsea manager.

Following a home game against Norwich, the Tigers will then travel to the Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City.

They host Manchester United on Boxing Day and visit Liverpool on New Year's Day, and face the Red Devils and Arsenal back-to-back in April, before finishing the season at home to Everton.

HULL CITY
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
17: Chelsea (A)
24: Norwich
(H)
31: Man City (A)
14: Cardiff City (H)
21: Newcastle (A)
28:
West Ham (H)
5: Aston Villa (H)
19: Everton (A)
26: Tottenham (A)

2: Sunderland (H)
9: Southampton (A)
23: Palace (H)
30: Liverpool (H)

3: Arsenal (A)
7: Swansea (A)
14: Stoke City (H)
21: West Brom (A)
26: Man Utd (H)
28: Fulham (H)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
1: Liverpool (A)
11: Chelsea (H)

18: Norwich (A)
28: Palace (A)
1: Tottenham (H)
8: Sunderland (A)
11: Southampton (H)
22: Cardiff City (A)
1: Newcastle (H)
8: West Ham (A)
15: Man City (H)
22: West Brom (H)
29: Stoke City (A)
5: Swansea (H)
12: Man Utd (A)
19: Arsenal (H)
26: Fulham (A)
3: Aston Villa (A)
11: Everton (H)



*fixtures subject to change

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