West Bromwich Albion full 2015-2016 Premier League fixture list

West Brom - The Hawthorns

West Bromwich Albion's complete list of Premier League fixtures for next season has been announced.

West Bromwich Albion’s last campaign was one of two halves, with the second considerably better than the first, so what can Baggies fans expect from Tony Pulis’s first full season at the helm?

The first thing to note from the 2015-2016 fixture list is that they have been given a very tough start, with Manchester City visiting The Hawthorns on the opening weekend and reigning Premier League champions Chelsea coming to town just two weeks later.

Sandwiched between those matches is a visit to newly-promoted Watford, which could be a tough proposition in itself. So in short, West Brom need to hit the ground running.

Pulis’s side finished last season 12th in the Premier League but he will be aiming for higher next season, and rightly so.

Other matches of note are the clashes with Aston Villa, which take place on September 19 at Villa Park and January 23 at The Hawthorns.

The festive period sees West Brom visit Swansea City on Boxing Day before playing host to Newcastle United two days later and seeing in 2016 with a home game with Stoke City.

The last match of the season is a home clash with Liverpool and you can see a full fixture list below:

August 8: Manchester City (H)

August 15: Watford (A)

August 22: Chelsea (H)

August 29: Stoke City (A)

September 12: Southampton (H)

September 19: Aston Villa (A)

September 26: Everton (H)

October 3: Crystal Palace (A)

October 17: Sunderland (H)

October 24: Norwich City (A)

October 31: Leicester City (H)

November 7: Manchester United (A)

November 21: Arsenal (H)

November 28: West Ham (A)

December 5: Tottenham (H)

December 12: Liverpool (A)

December 19: Bournemouth (H)

December 26: Swansea City (A)

December 28: Newcastle United (H)

January 2: Stoke City (H)

January 13: Chelsea (A)

January 16: Southampton (A)

January 23: Aston Villa (H)

February 2: Swansea City (H)

February 6: Newcastle United (A)

February 13: Everton (A)

February 27: Crystal Palace (H)

March 1: Leicester City (A)

March 5: Manchester United (H)

March 12: Arsenal (A)

March 19: Norwich City (H)

April 2: Sunderland (A)

April 9: Manchester City (A)

April 16: Watford (H)

April 23: Tottenham (A)

April 30: West Ham (H)

May 7: Bournemouth (A)

May 15: Liverpool (H)

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