Fulham will make their return to the Premier League by welcoming former Whites boss Roy Hodgson back to Craven Cottage as they face Crystal Palace on Saturday 11 August.

The reunion with Hodgson, who led Fulham to the Europa League final in 2010, is followed by another London derby away at Tottenham, although the venue for the fixture is yet to be confirmed. Spurs could start the season at Wembley, where the Whites sealed promotion back to the top flight last month, if their new stadium is not completed in time for the big kick off. Slavisa Jokanovic’s men finish August with a home game against Burnley.

September sees Fulham travel to Manchester City, whilst the first SW6 derby of the season will take place at Stamford Bridge on December 1. Fulham have their first home Boxing Day fixture in five years against Wolverhampton Wanderers before making the trip to Arsenal on New Year’s Day.

The Whites will host Chelsea in the local derby on March 2nd and will finish the season with a home game against Newcastle United on May 12th.