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Crystal Palace will mark their return to the Premier League with a home tie against Andre Villas-Boas' Tottenham.

Last Updated: 19/06/13 at 13:18 Post Comment

Ian Holloway: His side welcome Spurs on the opening day of the season

Ian Holloway: His side welcome Spurs on the opening day of the season

Ian Holloway's side then face a trip to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke the following weekend for their first away clash before playing host to Sunderland.

Palace will then return from the international break to travel to Old Trafford to face the champions Manchester United.

October sees them visit Anfield for a tough test against Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool as well as a London derby at Selhurst Park against Arsenal.

They face fellow top-flight new boys Cardiff at home on December 4.

A hectic Christmas schedule sees them travel to Aston Villa on Boxing Day and Norwich on New Year's Day.

Their penultimate game and final home match is against Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City and they end the season at Fulham.

Click here to see Crystal Palace's full fixture list for the 2013/14 Premier League season

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