Crystal Palace fixtures 2014-15: Eagles face testing trip to Arsenal on opening day of the season
Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Tony Pulis worked wonders with the Crystal Palace side that was seemingly doomed for relegation in February. Now the Welshman has kept them in the top-flight, the Eagles need to build on their superb second-half of the 2013/14 campaign.
Here are some of the highlights from Crystal Palace's fixture list to look out for:
Crystal Palace will face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on the 16 August.
Crystal Palace will play against Swansea at Selhurst Park on the 24 May.
Games against biggest rivals
Arsenal: 16 August (A), 21 February (H)
Chelsea: 18 October (H), 2 May (A)
West Ham: 23 August (H), 28 February (A)
Tottenham: 6 December (A), 10 January (H)
Over the festive period
Crystal Palace will play over the festive period Southampton on Boxing Day, QPR on 28 December and Aston Villa on New Year's Day.
Full fixture list:
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Premier League Fixtures 2014/15 club by club
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