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NEW VIDEO: TEE Q - SKEMPELE

NEW VIDEO: TEE Q - SKEMPELE

NEW VIDEO: TEE Q - SKEMPELE
Recently signed to Shark Music Empire Record Label, Taofiq Ifeoluwa Adeyanju "Tee-Q" is a talented pop artiste bursting with unrivaled energy and passion to actively make a positive impact in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry.

Here is the video for his first official single as a Shark Music Empire artiste. We really do hope you enjoy it.

If Your Guy Does These 16 Things, Congrats! You Found a Real Man

If Your Guy Does These 16 Things, Congrats! You Found a Real Man

If Your Guy Does These 16 Things, Congrats! You Found a Real Man


1. He is hygienic, but cleans his nails and trims his nose hairs outside of a nail salon. Think about it: Would Hemingway or Gladiator be getting his nails buffed? Methinks not.
2. He can balance both swag and sophistication and a career and a personal life without too many proverbial exclamation points (and certainly not multiple ones in a text message. No, no, no).
3. He reserves his "LOL" for actual laughter, which he exudes out loud and often.
4. He isn't looking to play "pen pal" with you through your iPhone because he knows that all text and no play makes Johnny a very dull boy.
5. When he's interested in a woman, he doesn't wait three days to call her, but he does actually call her, and when he does, he asks her out for dinner, makes reservations, picks a great bottle of wine (because he knows how to) and then makes sure she gets home safely.
6. If he wants to see her again, he lets her know, and if he doesn't, he politely lets her know that it was a pleasure to spend time with her, even if it wasn't. He does, however, let her know gently and firmly enough that he's not interested so that she doesn't waste her time thinking it might become something it won't.
7. He reads actual books and newspapers and holds opinions on everything from scotch pairings to world events all the while understanding that not all of his opinions are facts and that not everyone has to agree with him in order for him to maintain his relationships or his manhood. In fact, he enjoys it when you don't agree with him because it means he gets to indulge you in a good debate or leave you thinking a little bit harder about things than when you sat down in front of him.
8. He opens doors and takes coats, not because he feels a woman is weak, but because he is strong enough to show that he cares about the comfort of those around him.
9. Sure, he might want to get into a woman's bed, but he's also interested in getting into her head as experience has shown him that seduction is a delicate dance and the man who resides in her mind has conquered every other part of her.
10. He appreciates a woman who shows she cares for him, but he isn't interested in being courted. He enjoys taking the lead in courting and doesn't need to be "chased" because he's in desperate need of an ego stroke. He also won't play "puppy dog" to a woman who takes advantage of this.
11. He doesn't look to be anyone's father or savior, and he doesn't pretend to be the leading man in any woman's fairy tale. He's just a man looking for a partner who can slay her own dragons, pay her own bills and explore the world alongside him.
12. He looks for a woman who doesn't need him, but wants him, not for money or the happiness or a baby or a safety net, but solely for who he is.
13. He has a career, a hobby, a family of close friends and a favorite way to have his steak prepared and he isn't the least bit intimidated when the woman in front of him shares these qualities; quite the contrary, it makes him want her more.
14. He has taken the time to get to know himself and has a strong understanding of his own character and convictions, what he values and what he doesn't. He is a man who is honest with himself about himself and therefore is OK being honest with those around him.
15. He takes as much pride in the way he treats women he's with as he does his job and the way he looks.
16. He's not the bad boy, a good boy, or a boy at all; he's a man. A leading man, and he's looking not for a good girl, but a great woman. One who shares all of the solid qualities that he brings to the table, and perhaps, can teach him something along the way. He's willing to wait and work for this woman, to fight for her and will gladly hold out for her as long as he needs to. But when she comes along, he doesn't sit on the fence; he's smart enough to know when he's gotten damned lucky. And when she finds him, she should be smart enough to know the same.
— Brenda Della Casa


culled from: popsugar
5 Questions Smart Women Should Ask Themselves Every Single Day

5 Questions Smart Women Should Ask Themselves Every Single Day

5 Questions Smart Women Should Ask Themselves Every Single Day

Forget the horoscopes, the fortune-tellers and even the long-winded wine-down's with friends; the real answers to your life’s most difficult questions are easier to obtain than you might think. In fact, they're right there inside of you. Whether you’re looking for answer about your love life, job or that big move, ask yourself these five very simple questions every day and you’ll never have to put your palms out again.
1. Who Am I? 
No, you haven’t time-traveled back to philosophy class and there won’t be a graded test at the end but think about it: when was the last time you sat down and really thought about who you are, right here and now? Not the person you were/think you are/have been told you were/want to be, but the person you are in this moment? You know, the one you live with 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If it’s been a while, it’s time for a check-in. Whether it’s writing thoughts, feelings and values in a nightly journal or taking quizzes (I personally love to use the Proust Questionnaire as a way to check-in with myself a couple of times a year), there are a number of ways to get to know and understand yourself better, and make no mistake: it’s not just self-indulgent navel gazing, either. The more we know who we are and what we stand for, the more protective we will be and the easier it will be to identify what and who is right for us, and what and who is not.
2. Are My Actions Reflective Of Who I Am?
Ghandi once said that “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” A simple sentiment that can ignite some complex feelings in those of us who aren’t exactly feeling the serenity of synergy in our lives.
The reality is that many of us are walking around in confinement, moving through the motions dictated more by habit than of true consciousness. Perhaps that’s why many of us feel so out-of-sync with our homes, relationships, jobs, friendships and surroundings.
When you push yourself to say “yes” instead of “no”, be bullied by fear, continue down a path that feels wrong or force yourself to smile politely when you feel insulted, you betray yourself and send those around you an inaccurate message about who you are, what you think and what your values and boundaries are. See how easy that can derail the many moments that make up a life?
3. What Do I Really Want Out Of This? 
OK, I am the queen of starting and stopping the “Paleo” diet. I start it on Monday and rock the Caveman menu until, oh, about Thursday, when I can’t live without some delicious wheat-fix and before I know it, I'm pouring the wine and promising myself that come Monday, I will make a solid commitment.
After too many bread-binges and a huge physical argument with my favorite pair of jeans, I had a talk with myself (though, not in public because, well, unless you have your iPhone headphones in, that doesn’t go over so well). “Self,” I asked, “What is it that you really want out of this?” Did I want to binge on bread every few days more than I wanted to look like Jennifer Nicole Lee or did I want the body bad enough to chill on the bread a few weeks and see how I looked and felt trying something new?
I asked myself this question, not once, but every single time I had a craving. Guess what? Giving myself the choice — without judgment — was enough to keep me on-track and actually feeling good about my decision. This question can be used in all kinds of situations from sleeping with that sexy-but-oh-so-bad-for-you-ex or choosing to go to bed and save up for that dream vacation instead of blowing up your bank account on cocktails and cabs.
4. What Is The Point Of This? 
Confession: Back in the day I was a massive drama queen (those who know me are questioning the “back in the day” opener but I assure you, I was worse then). Whether it was indulging mean-girl snark attacks or personalizing the projections of a boss that had no business in a leadership role, I often found myself in a state of angst over what really amounted to pointless nonsense.
After plenty of sleepless nights and scary panic attacks, I made a decision to question my own reactions by forcing myself to come up with a logical and productive reason to stress, worry and participate in various situations and conversations. Yes, sharing information is an important part of relationship healing and building, but allowing your mind to participate in chaotic situations that are ultimately pointless is not only a waste of time, it’s dangerous.
5. Why Can't I?
I know what it feels to sit next to friends and colleagues who are enjoying experiences and achievements that I hope to enjoy one day. Watching a dear friend play with their new baby while praying the clock keeps ticking long enough to meet someone worthy of my next 50 years (and fathering my baby to boot) used to send me into a “why can’t I have that in my life?” frenzy.
But a simple change of emphasis changed everything. One day, I was laying in my bed, thinking about how the lives of most of my friends had all moved through marriage to baby and home while I was still hitting the town four nights a week, enjoying the single life and watching classic movies with my adorable chihuahua.
The “why can’t I” theme song came on when it hit me that I was being completely ridiculous. Why can’t I still have that, but allow myself to enjoy more “me” time before I have it? Boom. From that moment on, every time I would find myself feeling sorry for myself I would make myself answer why I could not have what I wanted. Guess what? I never have had a good answer.
Don’t Hide Your Real Face: 10 Reasons Why You Should Wear Less Makeup

Don’t Hide Your Real Face: 10 Reasons Why You Should Wear Less Makeup

Don’t Hide Your Real Face: 10 Reasons Why You Should Wear Less Makeup
Why do you wear makeup?
I wear it to enhance my appearance and to feel pretty. I wear it to not look dead. Some girls wear it because it’s fun, because it attracts the boys, because it plays up specific features.
I usually wear concealer, powder, eyeshadow, eyeliner, mascara and some eyebrow pencil. This isn’t even a lot; some girls I know wear all of that plus foundation, more eyeshadow, false eyelashes, bronzer, blush, highlight and whatever else is out there to convince us that we aren’t beautiful enough as-is.
There’s nothing wrong with wearing makeup. Makeup can be a really fun way to express yourself, and there’s no harm in wanting to look good. Lately, though, I’ve been trying to wear less makeup.
I’m filling in my eyebrows less, forgoing eyeshadow, minimizing eyeliner — and, surprisingly, I’m feeling more confident than ever.
I urge all women to try to wear less makeup. It seems counterintuitive, but the days I’m the most confident in my appearance are the days I’m wearing less.
This is because I know people are looking at my face and seeing and reacting to the real me, not a super-dramatized version of me. And the closer your makeup mirrors what you really look like, the better.
Here’s why:

1. If we are trying to combat the body ideal, we should also try to combat the makeup ideal.

There’s a lot of amazing talk about trying to combat the ideal body type, so shouldn’t we be trying to do the same with makeup? Women are expected to cover up pimples, dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles.
What’s more, men have social permission to just let all of that fly. Which is totally fine! I just want the same liberty. Sometimes, I’m too lazy to cover up my dark circles and I don’t want to feel really terrible about it.
Have you ever noticed how it’s not — at all — a big deal when a guy gets a pimple? It’s less noticeable and nobody really ruminates about it, but when a girl gets one, it’s the absolute end of the world.
We’ve never been socialized to care about whether or not men cover up; we only care if girls do. Let’s even the playing field. My skin is not perfect, and bros, neither is yours; that’s okay.

2. You’ll spend less money.

Wearing less makeup is just practical. Women spend an exorbitant amount of money on beauty products, some of which we just throw to the side and unknowingly let them rot in the depths of our makeup drawers.
InStyle reports that women spend an average of $15,000 on cosmetic products in their lifetimes.
Imagine cutting that number in half. You could probably afford a way better apartment, live in a nicer neighborhood, go on at least two vacations, eat healthier food and generally improve your quality of life. Priorities, people.

3. Applying makeup takes up way too much time in the morning.

How much time would you be saving by not prepping your face for foundation, making sure your winged eyeliner is perfect, or scrutinizing your uneven eyebrows?
According to Allure, women spend an average of 18 minutes on their morning makeup routine.
Eighteen minutes! Imagine if that went down to five minutes! What if your makeup routine consisted of just concealer and mascara? You could sleep later.
You could have a healthy breakfast. You could feel more relaxed. You could do some damn yoga. The possibilities are endless.

4. You’ll feel lighter.

On hot days, makeup feels like a wool blanket without any kind of ventilation. And when you sweat, your makeup just pours down your face, tinting your normally clear sweat to light brown or pink — maybe even blue if your eyeshadow is adventurous that day.
When you wear less makeup, you feel cleaner. You feel lighter. You don’t feel that weird layer on your face threatening to melt off in the sun or blow off in the wind. You can itch your eye or your cheek and not worry about streaking your makeup.

5. The guy you like/are hooking up with will see your natural face sooner than you think.

This is not to say that women wear makeup for the pleasure of men. But if you’re dating or hooking up with a guy, a sleepover usually comes after a hook-up session, especially if it’s four in the morning and your dorm or apartment is across campus or across town and you’re exhausted.
If you choose to stumble home at 4 am, props to you. If, however, you’d rather navigate in the daylight, you’ll end up staying over and waking up in the next morning with a face full of rubbed off concealer, removed eyebrows, and mascara and eyeliner that’s been f*cked off. And your guy will probably see. Even if it’s your first time hooking up.
He will see your real face. You’ll be surprised to find that if he thought you were hot last night, he probably won’t hate it this morning.

6. Honestly, the guy you like/are hooking up probably doesn’t know the difference anyway.

People, especially men, don’t really notice subtle changes in makeup routines. I enjoy asking my friends if I look any different on days where I wear less makeup, and they say they hardly even notice.
Even more hilariously, I’ll ask guys the same question, and they’ll respond with, “You wear makeup?” Once, I had winged eyeliner on and my boyfriend asked me if I put on extra eyelashes.
The point? Men don’t notice sh*t.

7. It’s better for your skin.

The Huffington Post reports that out of the 1,000 carcinogens banned in Europe, the US has only banned nine of them.
What’s happened is that scientists are merely “improving” on chemicals used in beauty products by shrinking the particles down and making them stronger, allowing them the absorb into the skin easier and penetrate outside layers (that once served as a protective barrier against these toxins) more effectively.
You can get around these with real, natural beauty products, but be careful: Most beauty products that claim to be “organic,” “natural” or “herbal” are anything but. A website called Skin Deep exists to help you find out whether or not a certain makeup product is safe. Definitely check it out.

8. Taking your makeup off is the biggest b*tch.

The worst part about wearing makeup is taking it off at the end of the night. Sometimes we get so lazy about taking makeup off that we actually forget to do it, which leads to acne, increased pore size, premature aging, eye irritation and styes.
There is truly nothing worse than stumbling home from a night out and going to bed, only to wake up and look like you simultaneously got punched in both eyes and a colony of vicious red bumps formed on your forehead. And this can happen after only one night sleeping in makeup. One slip-up and makeup has not only not enhanced your beauty, but it has, in fact, contributed to making you uglier.

9. It’s so easy to do.

Wearing less makeup and getting people used to seeing you like that is so easy. It’s like weaning someone off caffeine or social media: slow and gradual.
In high school, I used to wear bottom eyeliner and I got myself and the people around me used to seeing me without it by gradually making the line thinner and thinner until it disappeared forever. Now, I just wear eyeliner on the top.
Start by removing one piece of makeup first, like maybe your eyeshadow, and wearing your face that way for a week. A week is a decent amount of time for people to get used to what your face looks like without eyeshadow.
Then, remove another: maybe the eyebrow fill-in. Let another week go by. Soon, you’ll be down to the bare minimum, and nobody will have noticed that you were doing anything.

10. Nobody looks at you as much as you look at yourself.

Finally, if you’re freaking out about the prospect of wearing less makeup, know that nobody scrutinizes you as much as you scrutinize you. I repeat: Nobody scrutinizes you as much as you scrutinize you. 
Nobody is paying as much attention to what you look like, to what your clothes look like, to what you’re saying, to that weird pimple on your forehead, to the fact that your under-eye circles look slightly darker today. Nobody.
People are stuck in their own little worlds, worrying about all of those things about themselves. So don’t worry about it.


written by: Alexia LaFata

Top 10 Hottest songs in Nigeria Right Now

Top 10 Hottest songs in Nigeria Right Now

Top 10 Hottest songs in Nigeria Right Now

We rank the 10 most popular songs of the week, month and year based on the top downloaded and streamed songs from online music retailers, Radio and Tv airplays and more.

1. Olamide – Shakiti Boo
2. Wizkid – Expensive Shit
3. Patoranking – My Woman My Everything f/ Wande Coal
4. Davido – Fans Mi f/ Meek Mill
5. Kiss Daniel - Laye
6. Koker – Do Something
7. Burna Boy – Soke
8. HarrySong – Reggae and Blues f/ Olamide, Kcee, Iyanya and Orezi
9. Wande Coal – Ashimapeyin
10. Vector – King Kong Remix f/ Phyno, Reminisce, Uzi, Classic
Trending Music: #BMW Freestyle - Shadow D'don

Trending Music: #BMW Freestyle - Shadow D'don

 
We all know him for his versatility right from the days of ‘Ta lo sobe’ where just a verse made a huge difference “we got more money than blood money”, and his classic single ‘Jumbo’ with Olamide which was a street anthem after few days of release.
Shadow D’don is back with a brand new single ‘ BMW freestyle’ which is entirely different from the usual and also a song that will make you hit the replay button. Shadow D’don is dope.

DOWNLOAD: BMW freestyle
Hon. Dapo Lam-Adesina (@DapoLam): The Unemployed Youths Of Ibadan North East/South East Will Soon Smile

Hon. Dapo Lam-Adesina (@DapoLam): The Unemployed Youths Of Ibadan North East/South East Will Soon Smile


The Honourable member representing Ibadan North East/South East Federal Constituency in the green chamber, Hon. Adedapo Lam-Adesina has once again reassured Nigerian Youths that the President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal government in partnership with the House of Representatives are working assiduously to put smiles on the faces of the teeming unemployed youths within the shortest possible time.

The young politician made this known at the inauguration ceremony of the newly elected national executives of the Federation of Ibadan Students Union (FIBSU) where he was the Special guest of Honour. The twin event which also had a memorial lecture organized in memory of the former Governor of Oyo State, Late Alhaji Lamidi Onaolapo Adesina by the  Students` Union (FIBSU) which the Great Lam served as the pioneer President in the early 70`s was held at the National Museum of Unity, Ibadan.


Hon. Adesina explained that reducing the rate of unemployment is one of the core cardinal programmes of the APC and collective efforts at the federal level are geared towards creating a more vibrant and functional economy which would stimulate public trust by local and foreign investors, set a new order in terms of re-orientation in the private and public environment that would drastically make corruption an abomination in the country, revitalize the agriculture, agro – allied, textile and mining industries, stabilize the power sector which have greatly improved since the inception of PMB government, and also recover stolen funds.

“On our own part, we would engage youths to pursue an entrepreneurship, independent and self-reliant dream by creating a viable platform that will be a model for other Legislators” he added. Like I have assured artisans, market women, young professionals, registered associations and teachers in my federal constituency that we would make provision for an interest-free loan to assist their working capital, train willing youths in several vocational skills acquisition, encourage and empower them to make a decent living and also institutionalize existing and new laws at the house to cater for the rights and demands of students and youth in the country.


He also appreciated the posthumous award bestowed on his Late Father and mentor by FIBSU, recognizing his contributions towards the development of IbadanLand and Oyo State in general, assuring them that he would by the Grace of the Almighty God in his little capacity sustain the legacies of the former nationalist who lived all his life for the benefit of all.

Earlier in his lecture titled “Lam Adesina: The impact of good leadership on national development”, Engineer Taiwo Ganiyu Fawole paid glowing tributes to the life and times of the Comrade turn politician who lived a fulfilling life worthy of emulation in and outside of government, he recalled exemplary events and specific speeches that portrayed the Great Lam as a core Awoist who believed in the unity of Nigeria despite diversity in culture, tribes and ethnicity of the people. Others present at the programme including Comrade Laoye Sanda, The Publicity Secretary of the CCII: Mr Ademola Alabi, Hon. Akeem Ademola Ige and the outgoing National President of FIBSU, Aare Olalekan Taofeek Alao.

Similarly, Hon. Adedapo Lam-Adesina also paid a working visit to the Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigader General Johnson Bamidele Olawumi in his office at the national headquarters Abuja.
During his visit, Hon. Adesina commended the DG on the innovative and creative ideas used in piloting the scheme to encourage national and regional participation through skills acquisition and empowerment seminars for youth corpers posted across the federation.

In his short remarks, the DG of NYSC saluted the bravery and resilience of the Former Commissioner for Youth and Sports in Oyo State for ensuring the completion of the 1st phase of the permanent orientation camp at Iseyin when he served as the Chairman of NYSC board in the state. The Ekiti-born trained soldier encouraged the Honourable to be a leading voice for the youth and solicited for a more robust partnership with the NYSC family through the national assembly.
NEW MUSIC: HUMBLESMITH ft PHYNO - OSINACHI

NEW MUSIC: HUMBLESMITH ft PHYNO - OSINACHI

NEW MUSIC: HUMBLESMITH ft PHYNO - OSINACHI
Clear the airwaves, don’t book your artistes yet, for Humblesmith - the African Singercologist and Chairmo crooner - has dropped yet another smash! Titled Osinachi, roughly translated as destiny, features the enigmatic Phyno in a blend that sees the two giants of Nigerian music combine beautifully.

Osinachi begins to shine right from the first notes, as the Humblesmith signature we have come to know and love, carries you through, weaving the philosophical undertones into the rich guitar strings and groovy drums.

Following the releases of Chairmo, Na You, Boogati, Shoki and Love Me, Osinachi is the sixth single in a growing list of hits. The song also appears to answer the unasked question surrounding the rise and rise of Humblesmith.  His performances at sold-out events and concerts have left music lovers drooling and others asking questions.

Humblesmith has answered that question and given his teeming fans the perfect response with Osinachi.He attributes every success he has enjoyed to God, taking no credit at all. Once again, his humility shines amid his huge talent.

It was produced by Mixta Dimz and shows the versatility of the new king of Nigerian music – Humblesmith!

Premier League fixtures 2015-2016: Full schedule for new English football season

Premier League fixtures 2015-2016: Full schedule for new English football season

FULL BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES FOR 2015-16 SEASON
August 8
Bournemouth v Aston Villa
Arsenal v West Ham United
Chelsea v Swansea City
Everton v Watford
Leicester City v Sunderland
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
Newcastle United v Southampton
Norwich City v Crystal Palace
Stoke City v Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City
August 15
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Liverpool v Bournemouth
Manchester City v Chelsea
Southampton v Everton
Sunderland v Norwich City
Swansea City v Newcastle United
Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City
Watford v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Leicester City
August 22
Arsenal v Liverpool
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Everton v Manchester City
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Stoke City
Sunderland v Swansea City
Watford v Southampton
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea
West Ham United v Bournemouth
August 29
Bournemouth v Leicester City
Aston Villa v Sunderland
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v West Ham United
Manchester City v Watford
Newcastle United v Arsenal
Southampton v Norwich City
Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion
Swansea City v Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton
September 12
Arsenal v Stoke City
Crystal Palace v Manchester City
Everton v Chelsea
Leicester City v Aston Villa
Manchester United v Liverpool
Norwich City v Bournemouth
Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur
Watford v Swansea City
West Bromwich Albion v Southampton
West Ham United v Newcastle United
September 19
Bournemouth v Sunderland
Aston Villa v West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea v Arsenal
Liverpool v Norwich City
Manchester City v West Ham United
Newcastle United v Watford
Southampton v Manchester United
Stoke City v Leicester City
Swansea City v Everton
Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace
September 26
Leicester City v Arsenal
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Manchester United v Sunderland
Newcastle United v Chelsea
Southampton v Swansea City
Stoke City v Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Watford v Crystal Palace
West Bromwich Albion v Everton
West Ham United v Norwich City
October 3
Bournemouth v Watford
Arsenal v Manchester United
Aston Villa v Stoke City
Chelsea v Southampton
Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion
Everton v Liverpool
Manchester City v Newcastle United
Norwich City v Leicester City
Sunderland v West Ham United
Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur
October 17
Chelsea v Aston Villa
Crystal Palace v West Ham United
Everton v Manchester United
Manchester City v Bournemouth
Newcastle United v Norwich City
Southampton v Leicester City
Swansea City v Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
Watford v Arsenal
West Bromwich Albion v Sunderland
October 24
Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur
Arsenal v Everton
Aston Villa v Swansea City
Leicester City v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Southampton
Manchester United v Manchester City
Norwich City v West Bromwich Albion
Stoke City v Watford
Sunderland v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Chelsea
October 31
Chelsea v Liverpool
Crystal Palace v Manchester United
Everton v Sunderland
Manchester City v Norwich City
Newcastle United v Stoke City
Southampton v Bournemouth
Swansea City v Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa
Watford v West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City
November 7
Bournemouth v Newcastle United
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Aston Villa v Manchester City
Leicester City v Watford
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion
Norwich City v Swansea City
Stoke City v Chelsea
Sunderland v Southampton
West Ham United v Everton
November 21
Chelsea v Norwich City
Crystal Palace v Sunderland
Everton v Aston Villa
Manchester City v Liverpool
Newcastle United v Leicester City
Southampton v Stoke City
Swansea City v Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
Watford v Manchester United
West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal
November 28
Bournemouth v Everton
Aston Villa v Watford
Crystal Palace v Newcastle United
Leicester City v Manchester United
Liverpool v Swansea City
Manchester City v Southampton
Norwich City v Arsenal
Sunderland v Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea
West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion
December 5
Arsenal v Sunderland
Chelsea v Bournemouth
Everton v Crystal Palace
Manchester United v West Ham United
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Southampton v Aston Villa
Stoke City v Manchester City
Swansea City v Leicester City
Watford v Norwich City
West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur
December 12
Bournemouth v Manchester United
Aston Villa v Arsenal
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Leicester City v Chelsea
Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Swansea City
Norwich City v Everton
Sunderland v Watford
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Stoke City
December 19
Arsenal v Manchester City
Chelsea v Sunderland
Everton v Leicester City
Manchester United v Norwich City
Newcastle United v Aston Villa
Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur
Stoke City v Crystal Palace
Swansea City v West Ham United
Watford v Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion v Bournemouth
December 26
A.F.C. Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
Aston Villa v West Ham United
Chelsea v Watford
Liverpool v Leicester City
Manchester City v Sunderland
Newcastle United v Everton
Southampton v Arsenal
Stoke City v Manchester United
Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion
Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City
December 28
Arsenal v Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v Swansea City
Everton v Stoke City
Leicester City v Manchester City
Manchester United v Chelsea
Norwich City v Aston Villa
Sunderland v Liverpool
Watford v Tottenham Hotspur
West Bromwich Albion v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Southampton
January 2
Arsenal v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Chelsea
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v Bournemouth
Manchester United v Swansea City
Norwich City v Southampton
Sunderland v Aston Villa
Watford v Manchester City
West Bromwich Albion v Stoke City
West Ham United v Liverpool
January 12
Bournemouth v West Ham United
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Arsenal
Swansea City v Sunderland
January 13
Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Everton
Newcastle United v Manchester United
Southampton v Watford
Stoke City v Norwich City
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City
January 16
Bournemouth v Norwich City
Aston Villa v Leicester City
Chelsea v Everton
Liverpool v Manchester United
Manchester City v Crystal Palace
Newcastle United v West Ham United
Southampton v West Bromwich Albion
Stoke City v Arsenal
Swansea City v Watford
Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland
January 23
Arsenal v Chelsea
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
Everton v Swansea City
Leicester City v Stoke City
Manchester United v Southampton
Norwich City v Liverpool
Sunderland v Bournemouth
Watford v Newcastle United
West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa
West Ham United v Manchester City
February 2
Arsenal v Southampton
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
Leicester City v Liverpool
Manchester United v Stoke City
Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur
Sunderland v Manchester City
Watford v Chelsea
West Bromwich Albion v Swansea City
West Ham United v Aston Villa
February 3
Everton v Newcastle United
February 6
Bournemouth v Arsenal
Aston Villa v Norwich City
Chelsea v Manchester United
Liverpool v Sunderland
Manchester City v Leicester City
Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion
Southampton v West Ham United
Stoke City v Everton
Swansea City v Crystal Palace
Tottenham Hotspur v Watford
February 13
Bournemouth v Stoke City
Arsenal v Leicester City
Aston Villa v Liverpool
Chelsea v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Watford
Everton v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Norwich City v West Ham United
Sunderland v Manchester United
Swansea City v Southampton
February 27
Leicester City v Norwich City
Liverpool v Everton
Manchester United v Arsenal
Newcastle United v Manchester City
Southampton v Chelsea
Stoke City v Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City
Watford v Bournemouth
West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Sunderland
March 1
Bournemouth v Southampton
Arsenal v Swansea City
Aston Villa v Everton
Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion
Liverpool v Manchester City
Manchester United v Watford
Norwich City v Chelsea
Sunderland v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur
March 2
Stoke City v Newcastle United
March 5
Chelsea v Stoke City
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Everton v West Ham United
Manchester City v Aston Villa
Newcastle United v Bournemouth
Southampton v Sunderland
Swansea City v Norwich City
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
Watford v Leicester City
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United
March 12
Bournemouth v Swansea City
Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v Newcastle United
Liverpool v Chelsea
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Norwich City v Manchester City
Stoke City v Southampton
Sunderland v Everton
West Ham United v Watford
March 19
Chelsea v West Ham United
Crystal Palace v Leicester City
Everton v Arsenal
Manchester City v Manchester United
Newcastle United v Sunderland
Southampton v Liverpool
Swansea City v Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth
Watford v Stoke City
West Bromwich Albion v Norwich City
April 2
Bournemouth v Manchester City
Arsenal v Watford
Aston Villa v Chelsea
Leicester City v Southampton
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Everton
Norwich City v Newcastle United
Stoke City v Swansea City
Sunderland v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Crystal Palace
April 9
Aston Villa v Bournemouth
Crystal Palace v Norwich City
Liverpool v Stoke City
Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion
Southampton v Newcastle United
Sunderland v Leicester City
Swansea City v Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Watford v Everton
West Ham United v Arsenal
April 16
Bournemouth v Liverpool
Arsenal v Crystal Palace
Chelsea v Manchester City
Everton v Southampton
Leicester City v West Ham United
Manchester United v Aston Villa
Newcastle United v Swansea City
Norwich City v Sunderland
Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur
West Bromwich Albion v Watford
April 23
Bournemouth v Chelsea
Aston Villa v Southampton
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester City v Swansea City
Liverpool v Newcastle United
Manchester City v Stoke City
Norwich City v Watford
Sunderland v Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United v Manchester United
April 30
Arsenal v Norwich City
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur
Everton v Bournemouth
Manchester United v Leicester City
Newcastle United v Crystal Palace
Southampton v Manchester City
Stoke City v Sunderland
Swansea City v Liverpool
Watford v Aston Villa
West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United
May 7
Bournemouth v West Bromwich Albion
Aston Villa v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Stoke City
Leicester City v Everton
Liverpool v Watford
Manchester City v Arsenal
Norwich City v Manchester United
Sunderland v Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton
West Ham United v Swansea City
May 15
Arsenal v Aston Villa
Chelsea v Leicester City
Everton v Norwich City
Manchester United v Bournemouth
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton v Crystal Palace
Stoke City v West Ham United
Swansea City v Manchester City
Watford v Sunderland
West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool
All fixtures subject to change once live TV schedule has been finalised.
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