Watford full 2015/16 Premier League fixtures

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Watford are preparing for their first Premier League season since 2007.

Last season, Watford secured promotion to the Premier League, finishing second in the Championship and impressing with their attacking play and goal threat.

Sitting top of the second division table heading into the last game of the campaign, the Hornets could not see through those final 90 minutes with a victory, meaning that Bournemouth claimed the title - with the Hertfordshire-based club going up automatically in second place.

They are preparing for their first season back in the Premier League since the 2006/07 campaign, when they were relegated as bottom club.

Hopes are much higher this time around under the stewardship of the Pozzo family, with recently appointed head coach Quique Sanchez Flores looking to keep the club in the top flight, before establishing them as a force in English football in the coming years.

With the Premier League season just over a month away, we take a look at the Hornets' full 2015/16 fixtures.

August 8: Everton (A)

August 15: West Brom (H)

August 22: Southampton (H)

August 29: Manchester City (A)

September 12: Swansea City (H)

September 19: Newcastle United (A)

September 26: Crystal Palace (H)

October 3: Bournemouth (A)

October 17: Arsenal (H)

October 24: Stoke City (A)

October 31: West Ham (H)

November 7: Leicester City (A)

November 21: Manchester United (H)

November 28: Aston Villa (A)

December 5: Norwich City (H)

December 12: Sunderland (A)

December 19: Liverpool (H)

December 26: Chelsea (A)

December 28: Tottenham (H)

January 2: Manchester City (H)

January 13: Southampton (A)

January 16: Swansea City (A)

January 23: Newcastle (H)

February 2: Chelsea (H)

February 6: Tottenham (A)

February 13: Crystal Palace (A)

February 27: Bournemouth (H)

March 1: Manchester United (A)

March 5: Leicester City (H)

March 12: West Ham (A)

March 19: Stoke City (H)

April 2: Arsenal (A)

April 9: Everton (H)

April 16: West Brom (A)

April 23: Norwich City (A)

April 30: Aston Villa (H)

May 7: Liverpool (A)

May 15: Sunderland (H)

Watford start their season with a trip to Everton on August 8, looking to get the campaign off to a positive start.

The Christmas period could be tough for Flores’ men, with a tough run of consecutive fixtures against Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham which could see them struggle to establish themselves away from the relegation zone.

As the season draws to a close, the Hornets take on Liverpool and Aston Villa, before finishing their season with a home tie to Sunderland.

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