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The run in: Cherries to end 2017/18 campaign away at Burnley

Ryan Fraser is tackled by a Burnley defender at Turf Moor.

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The Cherries head to Anfield, St Mary's and finally Turf Moor to end their third season in the top flight.

Vitality Stadium will also host Manchester United and Swansea City as 2017/18 reaches it culmination.

The final five matches start with a trip to Anfield on Saturday 14th April, where Joshua King's late strike last season saw the Cherries claim a first ever point at the home of the Reds.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United visit Dorset in the Cherries' penultimate game of the season.

The year's trip to south coast neighbours Southampton concludes April, while Vitality Stadium hosts its final game of 2017/18 when Swansea City travel to Bournemouth on Saturday 5th May.

The season comes to an end in Lancashire at Burnley on Sunday 13th May with the Cherries looking to avenge their tight loss at Turf Moor last season on the final day.

SAT APR 14 – LIVERPOOL (A)
SAT APR 21 – MANCHESTER UNITED (H)
SAT APR 28 – SOUTHAMPTON (A)
SAT MAY 5 –   SWANSEA CITY (H)
SUN MAY 13 – BURNLEY (A)

All fixtures are subject to change.

Fans will be hoping the season could have one further game in store for the Cherries, with the FA Cup final due to be played at Wembley on Saturday 19th May.

 

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