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The Swans will host the champions on the opening day of the new campaign, while clashes with their fierce rivals Cardiff City have been scheduled for November 2 and February 8

The Capital One Cup holders face a tough start to their 2013-14 Premier League campaign, hosting champions Manchester Uniited on the opening day before a trip to Tottenham.

Liverpool and Arsenal follow in September, while the much anticipated derby against Cardiff City in the Welsh capital is set for November 2.

The Swans welcome their fierce rivals to the Liberty Stadium on February 8, but not before back-to-back clashes with the two Manchester clubs at the start of January.

SWANSEA
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
17: Man Utd (H)
24: Tottenham (A)

31: West Brom (A)
14: Liverpool (H)
21: Palace (A)
28: Arsenal (H)

5: Southampton (A)
19: Sunderland (H)
26: West Ham (H)
2: Cardiff City (A)
9: Stoke City (H)
23: Fulham (A)
30: Man City (A)
3: Newcastle (H)
7: Hull City (H)
14: Norwich (A)
21: Everton (H)
26: Chelsea (A)
28: Aston Villa (A)
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
1: Man City (H)
11: Man Utd (A)
18: Tottenham (H)
28: Fulham (H)

1: West Ham (A)
8: Cardiff City (H)
11: Stoke City (A)
22: Liverpool (A)

1: Palace (H)
8: Arsenal (A)
15: West Brom (H)
22: Everton (A)
29: Norwich (H)
5: Hull City (A)
12: Chelsea (H)
19: Newcastle (A)
26: Aston Villa (H)

3: Southampton (H)
11: Sunderland (A)

*fixtures subject to change

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