Chelsea’s John Terry celebrates with the trophy and teammates after winning the Barclays Premier League. Reuters / Dylan Martinez
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Chelsea will start the defense of their Premier League title with a home game against Swansea when the 2015/16 season gets underway on Aug. 8 .For City, Chelsea are followed by Everton (away) and Watford (home), with Arsenal taking in Crystal Palace (away), Liverpool (home) and Newcastle (away) after their opener.Chelsea face Arsenal first on Sept. 19, playing the reverse fixture at the Emirates on Jan. 23 .Bournemouth and their intimate 11,700-capacity stadium can look forward among other home ties to Dec. 12 (Manchester United), Feb. 6 (Arsenal), April 2 (Manchester City), April 16 (Liverpool) and April 23 (Chelsea).Manchester United close at home to Bournemouth – a fixture which could have implications at both ends – with Arsenal at home to Villa and Manchester City at Swansea.
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