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Bournemouth 2015-16 Fixtures

Bournemouth will kick off the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season at home to Aston Villa and finish up against Manchester United at Old Trafford next May.

The Cherries earned their crack at the big time after Eddie Howe took them on a 13-game unbeaten run from February, which was enough to beat Watford to the Championship title by one point.
From Huddersfield, Brighton and Rotherham last term to the Etihad, Anfield and Old Trafford in a few months.

Can they keep their head above water? Only time will tell but the fans are sure to enjoy the ride.

AFC Bournemouth 2015-16 Fixtures
August 15: Aston Villa (H)
August 22: Liverpool (A)
August 29: West Ham United (A)

September 12: Leicester City (H)
September 19: Norwich City (A)
September 26: Sunderland (H)

October 3: Stoke City (A)
October 17: Manchester City (A)
October 24: Tottenham Hotspur (H)
October 31: Southampton (A)

November 7: Newcastle United (H)
November 21: Swansea City (A)
November 28: Arsenal (H)

December 5: Chelsea (A)
December 12: Manchester United (H)
December 19: West Bromwich Albion (A)
December 26: Crystal Palace (H)
December 28: Arsenal (A)

January 2: Leicester City (A)
January 12: West Ham United (H)
January 16: Norwich City (H)
January 23: Sunderland (A)

February 2: Crystal Palace (A)
February 6: Arsenal (H)
February 13: Stoke City (H)
February 27: Watford (A)

March 1: Southampton (H)
March 5: Newcastle United (A)
March 12: Swansea City (H)
March 19: Tottenham Hotspur (A)

April 2: Manchester City (H)
April 9: Aston Villa (A)
April 16: Liverpool (H)
April 23: Chelsea (H)
April 30: Everton (A)

May 7: West Bromwich Albion (H)
May 15: Manchester United (A)

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