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Hull visits the Bridge on opening day

The 2009-10 Premier League fixture list was released today. I must say, I like what I'm seeing.

The first two months look rather comfortable, away to Fulham and a home date with Tottenham looking the toughest of the lot. We play Liverpool and Manchester United at home in October and November, respectively, before closing out our Big 4 slate with away matches against those two in April and May.

Here's a look at our complete Premier League schedule. For a look at our full schedule, including cup dates, check out the official Web site.

Dates and times are subject to change, obviously.
15 Hull (H)
18 Sunderland (A)
22 Fulham (A)
29 Burnley (H)

12 Stoke (A)
19 Tottenham (H)
26 Wigan (A)

3 Liverpool (H)
17 Aston Villa (A)
24 Blackburn (H)
31 Bolton (A)

7 Man Utd (H)
21 Wolverhampton (H)
28 Arsenal (A)

5 Man City (A)
12 Everton (H)
16 Portsmouth (H)
19 West Ham (A)
26 Birmingham (A)
28 Fulham (H)

9 Hull (A)
16 Sunderland (H)
27 Birmingham (H)
30 Burnley (A)

6 Arsenal (H)
10 Everton (A)
20 Wolverhampton (A)
27 Man City (H)

6 Portsmouth (A)
13 West Ham (H)
20 Blackburn (A)
27 Aston Villa (H)

3 Man Utd (A)
10 Bolton (H)
17 Tottenham (A)
24 Stoke (H)

1 Liverpool (A)
9 Wigan (H)

For those curious about who we play during the African Cup of Nations, no worry; I've got you covered.
Africa Cup of Nations (Jan 10 - Jan 31)
Sat Jan 16 Sunderland H
Wed Jan 20 Carling Cup Semifinal (2)
Sat Jan 23 FA Cup Round 4
Wed Jan 27 Birmingham City
Sat Jan 30 Burnley
*Not a particularly horrible run, but consecutive League Cup and FA Cup games over three days could prove a test dependent on draws and whether or not we advance to this point.

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