2015-2016 EPL Fixtures Schedule: Crystal Palace

Jason Puncheon and Crystal Palace charged hard in the second half of the 2014-2015 season and finished in the top-half of the table. (Getty)

Jason Puncheon and Crystal Palace charged hard in the second half of the 2014-2015 season and finished in the top-half of the table. (Getty)

Crystal Palace limped out of the gate in 2014-2015, with three wins in 19 Premier League games in 2014, but then added manager Alan Pardew after Pardew’s harsh ending at Newcastle United. Pardew, a former Crystal Palace player, righted the ship for the Eagles, finishing strong with a 11-2-7 record in 2015 and a 10th place finish in the Premier League. This is back-to-back seasons that Palace have been dominant in the second half after a weak first half, as the team looks to have a more consistent season in 2015-2016. Crystal Palace has been very active in the transfer marketing, adding record signing Yohan Cabaye from PSG, signing goalie Alex McCarthy for goalie depth, and loaning forward Patrick Bamford from Chelsea.

Crystal Palace can make a lot of noise at the top of the table early, as they have home matches against Arsenal and Manchester City in their first five games and also have visits to Chelsea and Tottenham before the end of September. Palace has five matches against top 10 teams from 2014-2015 in their last 10 games, with the toughest matchup as a trip to Arsenal on April 16, 2016.

Read below for the EPL schedule for Crystal Palace (subject to change with English Cup fixtures):

August 8, 2015: at Norwich City
August 16, 2015: Arsenal
August 22, 2015: Aston Villa
August 29, 2015: at Chelsea
September 12, 2015: Manchester City
September 20, 2015: at Tottenham Hotspur
September 27, 2015: at Watford
October 3, 2015: West Bromwich Albion
October 17, 2015: West Ham United
October 24, 2015: at Leicester City
October 31, 2015: Manchester United
November 7, 2015: at Liverpool
November 21, 2015: Sunderland
November 28, 2015: Newcastle United
December 5, 2015: at Everton
December 12, 2015: Southampton
December 19, 2015: at Stoke City
December 26, 2015: at Bournemouth
December 28, 2015: Swansea City
January 2, 2016: Chelsea
January 12, 2016: at Aston Villa
January 16, 2016: at Manchester City
January 23, 2016: Tottenham
February 2, 2016: Bournemouth
February 6, 2016 : at Swansea
February 13, 2016: Watford
February 27, 2016: at West Bromwich Albion
March 1, 2016: at Sunderland
March 5, 2016: Liverpool
March 12, 2016: at Manchester United
March 19, 2016 : Leicester City
April 2, 2016: at West Ham United
April 9, 2016 : Norwich City
April 16, 2016: at Arsenal
April 23, 2016: Everton
April 30, 2016: at Newcastle United
May 7, 2016 : Stoke
May 15, 2016: at Southampton

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