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FIXTURES! Cats To Start Campaign At Hawthorns

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We have our road map for the season, folks.

Ross Kinnaird

Sunderland will start their Premier League campaign by facing two new managers. Gus Poyet will take his side to West Bromwich Albion, who have just appointed Alan Irvine, before welcoming Louis van Gall and Manchester United to the Stadium of Light.

Other highlights include a festive period that will see us facing off with both Newcastle United and Steve Bruce's Hull City, and a New Year's Day dust-up with the Champions Manchester City at the Etihad.

Anyway, enough of me. There is only one way to cover fixture lists, and that is to just post the bloody thing. We'll do it old school too, with home fixtures in bold.

Aug 16 West Bromwich Albion (a)

Aug 23 Manchester United (h)

Aug 30 Queens Park Rangers (a)

Sep 13 Tottenham Hotspur (h)

Sep 20 Burnley (a)

Sep 27 Swansea City (h)

Oct 4 Stoke City (h)

Oct 18 Southampton (a)

Oct 25 Arsenal (h)

Nov 1 Crystal Palace (a)

Nov 8 Everton (h)

Nov 22 Leicester City (a)

Nov 29 Chelsea (h)

Dec 3 Manchester City (h)

Dec 6 Liverpool (a)

Dec 13 West Ham United (h)

Dec 20 Newcastle United (a)

Dec 26 Hull City (h)

Dec 28 Aston Villa (a)

Jan 1 Manchester City (a)

Jan 10 Liverpool (h)

Jan 17 Tottenham Hotspur (a)

Jan 31 Burnley (h)

Feb 7 Swansea City (a)

Feb 11 Queens Park Rangers (h)

Feb 21 West Bromwich Albion (h)

Feb 28 Manchester United (a)

Mar 3 Hull City (a)

Mar 14 Aston Villa (h)

Mar 21 West Ham United (a)

Apr 4 Newcastle United (h)

Apr 11 Crystal Palace (h)

Apr 18 Arsenal (a)

Apr 25 Stoke City (a)

May 2 Southampton (h)

May 9 Everton (a)

May 16 Leicester City (h)

May 24 Chelsea (a)

I imagine our open top bus parade to celebrate winning the Premier League will be on the Monday after the last game of the season, but let's not count our chickens on that. It may be on the Tuesday. We'll keep you informed...