Date: 14th June 2018 at 1:55pm
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The coming 2018/19 season seemed to take a massive step forward a few hours ago today with the announcement of the Premier League fixture lists.

With television companies dominating more at this level now owing to the money they, via fans, pump into the game clubs are more beholden to them when it comes to matches being selected for screening and one thing is for sure…the fixture list below will change quickly in one shape or form.

How much it changes depends on whether we can perform as we did last season and whether we can keep our knack for positives results going now we’re back in the top-flight.

The fixtures then:

Saturday 11th August – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Everton
Saturday 18th August – Leicester City 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 25th August – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Manchester City

Saturday 1st September – West Ham United 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 15th September – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Burnley
Saturday 22nd September – Manchester United 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 29th September – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Southampton

Saturday 6th October – Crystal Palace 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 20th October – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Watford
Saturday 27th October – Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 3rd November – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur
Saturday 10th November – Arsenal 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 24th November – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Huddersfield Town

Saturday 1st December – Cardiff City 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Tuesday 4th December – Wolverhampton Wanderers 19:45 Chelsea
Saturday 8th December – Newcastle United 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 15th December – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
Saturday 22nd December – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Liverpool
Wednesday 26th December – Fulham 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 29th December – Tottenham Hotspur 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Tuesday 1st January – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Crystal Palace
Saturday 12th January – Manchester City 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 19th January – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Leicester City
Tuesday 29th January – Wolverhampton Wanderers 19:45 West Ham United

Saturday 2nd February – Everton 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 9th February – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Newcastle United
Saturday 23rd February – AFC Bournemouth 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Tuesday 26th February – Huddersfield Town 19:45 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 2nd March – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Cardiff City
Saturday 9th March – Chelsea 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 16th March – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Arsenal
Saturday 30th March – Burnley 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 6th April – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Manchester United
Saturday 13th April – Southampton 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Saturday 20th April – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Saturday 27th April – Watford 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 4th May – Wolverhampton Wanderers 15:00 Fulham
Sunday 12th May – Liverpool 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Stepping up with confidence of holding our own with the example that the Board continue to show on targets has obviously been well greeted as plans can now be made for the so-called big sides in the game these days, but some might be getting carried away a little. Even if it’s accepted our aim in 2018/19 is not just to survive.

Onwards and upwards, we might as well aim high as even if we fall a little bit short of the target, it shouldn’t be that short given we know what we’re capable of.

 

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