2015-16 Premier League club-by-club schedule

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Man Utd can’t find equalizer against Dybala, Juve (video)

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  • De Gea shines, as Juve dominates first half
  • Pogba strikes post
  • Dybala scores lone goal

Paulo Dybala’s 17th minute goal was enough to give Juventus a 1-0 win over Manchester United in UEFA Champions League play at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

Valencia’s draw at Young Boys leaves United second in Group H, five points behind Juventus.

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Both sides had inviting free kicks during the first dozen minutes, neither delivering on its promise.

Paulo Dybala headed a Juan Cuadrado cross wide of the frame moments later, but made it solid foreshadowing for the 17th minute.

Losing a collecting a languid Nemanja Matic, Dybala deposited a loose ball after Cristiano Ronaldo’s cross didn’t meet its mark.

David De Gea was busy, making a fine stop on Joao Cancelo moments later. He’d make a double stop, the second shot from Blaise Matuidi especially venomous, in the 38th.

United had a better hold of the match for long periods in the second half, and De Gea was needed more to deal with Juve’s counterattacks.

Paul Pogba just missed with a sensational attempt that beat Wojciech Szczesny and hit the post before bounding off the keeper’s face but avoiding the goal.

Anthony Martial coaxed a save out of Szczesny in the 90th.

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Full schedule: West Ham United’s 2015-16 Premier League fixtures

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Below is the full schedule for West Ham United’s 2015-16 Premier League season.

[ RELATED: PL schedule released ]

You can check out the latest news for the Hammers, here.

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All games will kick off at 10 a.m. ET unless otherwise stated and dates are subject to change ahead of the TV schedule being announced.

West Ham United

09 Aug 2015    Arsenal (A) on NBCSN
15 Aug 2015    Leicester City (H)
22 Aug 2015    AFC Bournemouth (H)
29 Aug 2015    Liverpool (A)
12 Sep 2015    Newcastle United (H)
19 Sep 2015    Manchester City (A)
26 Sep 2015    Norwich City (H)
03 Oct 2015    Sunderland (A)
17 Oct 2015    Crystal Palace (A)
24 Oct 2015    Chelsea (H)
31 Oct 2015    Watford (A)
07 Nov 2015    Everton (H)
21 Nov 2015    Tottenham Hotspur (A)
28 Nov 2015    West Bromwich Albion (H)
05 Dec 2015    Manchester United (A)
12 Dec 2015    Stoke City (H)
19 Dec 2015    Swansea City (A)
26 Dec 2015    Aston Villa (A)
28 Dec 2015    Southampton (H)
02 Jan 2016    Liverpool (H)
12 Jan 2016    AFC Bournemouth (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
16 Jan 2016    Newcastle United (A)
23 Jan 2016    Manchester City (H)
02 Feb 2016    Aston Villa (H) – 2:45 p.m. ET
06 Feb 2016    Southampton (A)
13 Feb 2016    Norwich City (A)
27 Feb 2016    Sunderland (H)
01 Mar 2016    Tottenham Hotspur (H) – 2:45 p.m. ET
05 Mar 2016    Everton (A)
12 Mar 2016    Watford (H)
19 Mar 2016    Chelsea (A)
02 Apr 2016    Crystal Palace (H)
09 Apr 2016    Arsenal (H)
16 Apr 2016    Leicester City (A)
23 Apr 2016    Manchester United (H)
30 Apr 2016    West Bromwich Albion (A)
07 May 2016    Swansea City (H)
15 May 2016    Stoke City (A)

Full schedule: West Bromwich Albion’s 2015-16 Premier League fixtures

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Below is the full schedule for Tottenham Hotspur’s 2015-16 Premier League season.

[ RELATED: PL schedule released ]

You can check out the latest news for the Baggies, here.

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All games will kick off at 10 a.m. ET unless otherwise stated and dates are subject to change ahead of the TV schedule being announced.

West Bromwich Albion

10 Aug 2015    Manchester City (H) on NBCSN
15 Aug 2015    Watford (A)
22 Aug 2015    Chelsea (H)
29 Aug 2015    Stoke City (A)
12 Sep 2015    Southampton (H)
19 Sep 2015    Aston Villa (A)
26 Sep 2015    Everton (H)
03 Oct 2015    Crystal Palace (A)
17 Oct 2015    Sunderland (H)
24 Oct 2015    Norwich City (A)
31 Oct 2015    Leicester City (H)
07 Nov 2015    Manchester United (A)
21 Nov 2015    Arsenal (H)
28 Nov 2015    West Ham United (A)
05 Dec 2015    Tottenham Hotspur (H)
12 Dec 2015    Liverpool (A)
19 Dec 2015    AFC Bournemouth (H)
26 Dec 2015    Swansea City (A)
28 Dec 2015    Newcastle United (H)
02 Jan 2016    Stoke City (H)
13 Jan 2016     Chelsea (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
16 Jan 2016    Southampton (A)
23 Jan 2016    Aston Villa (H)
02 Feb 2016    Swansea City (H) – 8 p.m. ET
06 Feb 2016    Newcastle United (A)
13 Feb 2016    Everton (A)
27 Feb 2016    Crystal Palace (H)
01 Mar 2016    Leicester City (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
05 Mar 2016    Manchester United (H)
12 Mar 2016    Arsenal (A)
19 Mar 2016    Norwich City (H)
02 Apr 2016    Sunderland (A)
09 Apr 2016    Manchester City (A)
16 Apr 2016    Watford (H)
23 Apr 2016    Tottenham Hotspur (A)
30 Apr 2016    West Ham United (H)
07 May 2016    AFC Bournemouth (A)
15 May 2016    Liverpool (H)

Full schedule: Watford’s 2015-16 Premier League fixtures

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Below is the full schedule for Watford’s 2015-16 Premier League season.

[ RELATED: PL schedule released ]

You can check out the latest news for the Hornets, here.

[ WATCH: Stream every PL game via Live Extra ]

All games will kick off at 10 a.m. ET unless otherwise stated and dates are subject to change ahead of the TV schedule being announced.

Watford

08 Aug 2015    Everton (A) on USA Network and Extra Time 3
15 Aug 2015    West Bromwich Albion (H)
22 Aug 2015    Southampton (H)
29 Aug 2015    Manchester City (A)
12 Sep 2015    Swansea City (H)
19 Sep 2015    Newcastle United (A)
26 Sep 2015    Crystal Palace (H)
03 Oct 2015    AFC Bournemouth (A)
17 Oct 2015    Arsenal (H)
24 Oct 2015    Stoke City (A)
31 Oct 2015    West Ham United (H)
07 Nov 2015    Leicester City (A)
21 Nov 2015    Manchester United (H)
28 Nov 2015    Aston Villa (A)
05 Dec 2015    Norwich City (H)
12 Dec 2015    Sunderland (A)
19 Dec 2015    Liverpool (H)
26 Dec 2015    Chelsea (A)
28 Dec 2015    Tottenham Hotspur (H)
02 Jan 2016    Manchester City (H)
13 Jan 2016    Southampton (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
16 Jan 2016    Swansea City (A)
23 Jan 2016    Newcastle United (H)
02 Feb 2016    Chelsea (H) – 2:45 p.m .ET
06 Feb 2016    Tottenham Hotspur (A)
13 Feb 2016    Crystal Palace (A)
27 Feb 2016    AFC Bournemouth (H)
01 Mar 2016    Manchester United (A) – 3 p.m. ET
05 Mar 2016    Leicester City (H)
12 Mar 2016    West Ham United (A)
19 Mar 2016    Stoke City (H)
02 Apr 2016    Arsenal (A)
09 Apr 2016    Everton (H)
16 Apr 2016    West Bromwich Albion (A)
23 Apr 2016    Norwich City (A)
30 Apr 2016    Aston Villa (H)
07 May 2016    Liverpool (A)
15 May 2016    Sunderland (H) 

Full schedule: Tottenham Hotspur’s 2015-16 Premier League fixtures

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Below is the full schedule for Tottenham Hotspur’s 2015-16 Premier League season.

[ RELATED: PL schedule released ]

You can check out the latest news for Spurs, here.

[ WATCH: Stream every PL game via Live Extra ]

All games will kick off at 10 a.m. ET unless otherwise stated and dates are subject to change ahead of the TV schedule being announced.

Tottenham Hotspur

08 Aug 2015    Manchester United (A) on NBCSN
15 Aug 2015    Stoke City (H)
22 Aug 2015    Leicester City (A)
29 Aug 2015    Everton (H)
12 Sep 2015    Sunderland (A)
19 Sep 2015    Crystal Palace (H)
26 Sep 2015    Manchester City (H)
03 Oct 2015    Swansea City (A)
17 Oct 2015    Liverpool (H)
24 Oct 2015    AFC Bournemouth (A)
31 Oct 2015    Aston Villa (H)
07 Nov 2015    Arsenal (A)
21 Nov 2015    West Ham United (H)
28 Nov 2015    Chelsea (H)
05 Dec 2015    West Bromwich Albion (A)
12 Dec 2015    Newcastle United (H)
19 Dec 2015    Southampton (A)
26 Dec 2015    Norwich City (H)
28 Dec 2015    Watford (A)
02 Jan 2016    Everton (A)
13 Jan 2016    Leicester City (H) – 8 p.m. ET
16 Jan 2016    Sunderland (H)
23 Jan 2016    Crystal Palace (A)
02 Feb 2016    Norwich City (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
06 Feb 2016    Watford (H)
13 Feb 2016    Manchester City (A)
27 Feb 2016    Swansea City (H)
01 Mar 2016    West Ham United (A) – 2:45 p.m. ET
05 Mar 2016    Arsenal (H)
12 Mar 2016    Aston Villa (A)
19 Mar 2016    AFC Bournemouth (H)
02 Apr 2016    Liverpool (A)
09 Apr 2016    Manchester United (H)
16 Apr 2016    Stoke City (A)
23 Apr 2016    West Bromwich Albion (H)
30 Apr 2016    Chelsea (A)
07 May 2016    Southampton (H)
15 May 2016    Newcastle United (A)