The Premier League has confirmed Wolves’ fixture list for the 2021/22 season.

It’s important to remember that several games will be rearranged for television purposes as the season goes along.

Bruno Lage now knows who he’ll face in his first game in English football – FA Cup winners Leicester. Below is the full list of fixtures…

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14 Aug Leicester (A)

21 Aug Tottenham (H)

28 Aug Manchester United (H)

11 Sep Watford (A)

18 Sep Brentford (H)

25 Sep Southampton (A)

02 Oct Newcastle (H)

16 Oct Aston Villa (A)

23 Oct Leeds (A)

30 Oct Everton (H)

06 Nov Crystal Palace (A)

20 Nov West Ham (H)

27 Nov Norwich (A)

30 Nov Burnley (H)

04 Dec Liverpool (H)

11 Dec Manchester City (A)

14 Dec Brighton (A)

18 Dec Chelsea (H)

26 Dec Watford (H)

28 Dec Arsenal (A)

 

01 Jan Manchester United (A)

15 Jan Southampton (H)

22 Jan Brentford (A)

08 Feb Arsenal (H)

12 Feb Tottenham (A)

19 Feb Leicester (H)

26 Feb West Ham (A)

05 Mar Crystal Palace (A)

12 Mar Everton (A)

19 Mar Leeds (H)

02 Apr Aston Villa (H)

09 Apr Newcastle (A)

16 Apr Manchester City (H)

23 Apr Burnley (A)

30 Apr Brighton (H)

07 May Chelsea (A)

15 May Norwich (H)

22 May Liverpool (A)

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It’s a tough start for Lage, with three of the country’s top teams first up. That’ll be a real test of his work during pre-season.

Fans will be pleased to have a Boxing Day home game, and a winnable one too, against newly-promoted Watford.

The run-in is tricky too, with Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea to come in the final six matches.

That means it’ll be important to pick up the points after that tricky start and the start of 2022.

How Wolves do in that period will determine how well Lage’s first season at Molineux will turn out.

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