2015-2016 EPL Fixtures Schedule: Manchester City

Yaya Toure and Manchester City look to regain English Premier League glory in 2015-2016. (Getty)

Yaya Toure and Manchester City look to regain English Premier League glory in 2015-2016. (Getty)

Manchester City led the English Premier League in goals in 2014-2015, but that was not enough to repeat as English Premier League Champions. Their 24-7-7 record and 79 points had Manchester City second in the English Premier League, eight points behind champions Chelsea. The Citizens were paced by Argentine striker Sergio Aguero, who won the Golden Boot in the English Premier League, scoring 26 times to lead the league. David Silva and Yaya Toure were also over 10 goals for City, 12 for Silva and 10 for Toure, as Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur were the only teams in the English Premier League with three ten goal scorers.

Manchester City has 11 of their 19 home fixtures of the season before the end of 2015, including three of their four October matches at home. Manchester City finishes their schedule with four of their last five games against top-ten teams from the 2014-2015 season, including a trip to EPL Champion Chelsea.

Read below for the EPL schedule for Manchester City (subject to change with Champions League or English Cup fixtures):

August 8, 2015: at West Bromwich Albion
August 15, 2015: Chelsea
August 22, 2015: at Everton
August 29, 2015: Watford
September 12, 2015: at Crystal Palace
September 19, 2015: West Ham United
September 26, 2015: at Tottenham Hotspur
October 3, 2015: Newcastle United
October 17, 2015: Bournemouth
October 24, 2015: at Manchester United
October 31, 2015: Norwich City
November 7, 2015: at Aston Villa
November 21, 2015: Liverpool
November 28, 2015: Southampton
December 5, 2015: at Stoke City
December 12, 2015: Swansea City
December 19, 2015: at Arsenal
December 26, 2015: Sunderland
December 28, 2015: at Leicester City
January 2, 2016: at Crystal Palace
January 13, 2016: at Watford
January 16, 2016: Crystal Palace
January 23, 2016: at West Ham United
February 2, 2016: at Sunderland
February 6, 2016: Leicester City
February 13, 2016: Tottenham Hotspur
February 27, 2016: at Newcastle United
March 1, 2016: at Liverpool
March 5, 2016: Aston Villa
March 12, 2016: at Norwich City
March 19, 2016: Manchester United
April 2, 2016: at Bournemouth
April 9, 2016: West Bromwich Albion
April 16, 2016: at Chelsea
April 23, 2016: Stoke City
April 30, 2016: at Southampton
May 7, 2016: Arsenal
May 15, 2016: at Swansea City

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