David Moyes given tough start to Manchester United career as Premier League fixtures announced

Paul Thomas

The Premier League fixtures for next season have been released, with David Moyes' tricky start as new Manchester United manager the big highlight.

David Moyes will face away trips to fierce rivals Manchester City and Liverpool as well as hosting Chelsea in his opening five games as new Manchester United manager in the highlight of the new Premier League fixtures.

The Scot will see his campaign open away against Swansea, while José Mourinho is given a home introduction against unglamorous opposition in Hull City. Manchester City, meanwhile, kick off their campaign at home against Newcastle while Arsenal host Aston Villa and Crystal Palace begin a tough opening run of games by taking on Tottenham Hotspur at Selhurst Park.

Liverpool will host Stoke City at Anfield to kick off their campaign as Mark Hughes gets off to a tricky start in his new role, while newly-promoted Cardiff City will face West Ham United at Upton Park.

Towards the end of the fixture list, there are few large clashes in the final run-in, with most of the big games taking place earlier in the year.

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