Burnley fixtures 2014/15: Clarets return to the top flight with difficult start against Chelsea
Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Sean Dyche's newly-promoted side will be looking to prove the doubters wrong and survive their first season back in the Premier League but may need some shrewd investment to improve the squad.
Here are some of the highlights from Burnley's fixture list to look out for:
Burnley will face Chelsea at the Turf Moor on the 16 August.
Burnley will play against Aston Villa at Villa Park on the 24 May.
Games against biggest rivals
West Brom: 27 September (A), 7 February (H).
QPR: 6 December (A), 10 January (H)
Leicester: 4 October (A), 25 April (H)
Over the festive period
Burnley will play over the festive period Liverpool on Boxing Day, Manchester City on 28 December and Newcastle on New Year's Day.
Full fixture list:
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