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The Fixtures are out

The Fixtures are out

The fixtures for our Championship campaign have been unveiled today and below is a list of key fixtures.

Albion open their campaign against Hull City at The Hawthorns on Saturday the 5th August.

Our first away game could see us lining up against Jason Koumas at Ninian Park as we face Cardiff City.

Albion face a tough month in October with visits to Ipswich Town (Saturday, 14th) and Peter Taylor's Crystal Palace (Tuesday, 17th).

Albion then entertain Wolves at The Hawthorns on Saturday the 21st October followed by a visit to St Andrews to take on Birmingham City on the following Saturday.

The return of Darren 'Big Dave' Moore will be on the 2nd December as Derby County visit The Hawthorns.

The Boxing Day fixture has us entertaining Preston North End at The Hawthorns. New Years Day we have a long journey to newly promoted Southend.

We visit Molineux on the 10th of March and entertain Birmingham two weeks later on the 17th.

We finish the season with a home fixture against newly promoted Barnsley.

First four fixtures:

Sat 5th August Hull (H) 15:00
Tue 8th August Cardiff City (A) 19:45
Sat 12th August Southampton (A) 15:00
Sat 19th August Colchester (H) 15:00

Last four fixtures:

Sat 14th April Sheff Wed (H) 15:00
Sat 21st April Burnley (A) 15:00
Sat 28th April Coventry City (A) 15:00
Sun 6th May Barnsley (H) 15:00





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Date:Thursday June 22 2006
Time: 11:53AM

Comments

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ure run in seems pretty good, but everyone can beat everyone in this league
green giant 12
22/06/2006 12:10:00
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See you on the opening day!!
mdjw_41
22/06/2006 14:38:00
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It isn't going to be easy and our players will need to apply themselves better than they did last year...Roll on August 5th
BaggieAnt
22/06/2006 17:12:00
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