Crystal Palace’s full fixture schedule for the 2020-21 Premier League season has been released, with the Eagles kick off their campaign against Southampton at Selhurst Park on September 12.
Roy Hodgson’s men then take on Manchester United and Everton before facing Brighton & Hove Albion for the first time on October 17. They will then travel to the Amex stadium on February 20th.
Over Christmas, the Eagles face Aston Villa away on Boxing Day and Leicester City at home on the 28, with Sheffield United in SE25 being their first clash of 2021, played on January 2.
At the end of the season, Palace close out their campaign with a tough run-in, taking on Arsenal at home and then Liverpool away in their final two fixtures.
Broadcast selections have not yet been confirmed, but the Premier League will release these as soon as possible.
The Premier League has agreed with its UK broadcast partners to increase the number of matches shown live from 200 to 220 for the 2020-21 season only. Of the additional live matches, 12 will be shown on Sky Sports, six on BT Sport and two on Amazon Prime Video.
Two additional midweek programmes have been added to accommodate a condensed season across the weeks commencing January 11 and 18 and the week commencing May 10. Crystal Palace take on Arsenal away and Aston Villa at home in these midweek clashes.
Until further notice, matches will be played behind closed doors.
Please note, all fixtures are subject to change.
Saturday and Bank Holiday matches are at 3pm UK time. Midweek matches are 7:45pm unless stated otherwise.
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