Queens Park Rangers 2014-15 fixtures: In full

QPR 2014-15 fixtures: In full
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Sports Mole looks at Queens Park Rangers' fixtures for the 2014-15 Premier League season.

The Premier League has announced that Queens Parks Rangers will begin their return to the top flight with a home match against Hull City on the opening day of the season.

QPR's 2014-15 Premier League fixtures in full:

Saturday, August 16
Hull City (H)

Saturday, August 23
Tottenham Hotspur (A)

Saturday, August 30
Sunderland (H)

Saturday, September 13
Manchester United (A)

Saturday, September 20
Stoke City (H)

Saturday, September 27
Southampton (A)

Saturday, October 4
West Ham United (A)

Saturday, October 18
Liverpool (H)

Saturday, October 25
Aston Villa (H)

Saturday, November 1
Chelsea (A)

Saturday, November 8
Manchester City (H)

Saturday, November 22
Newcastle United (A)

Saturday, November 29
Leicester City (H)

Tuesday, December 2
Swansea City (A)

Saturday, December 6
Burnley (H)

Saturday, December 13
Everton (A)

Saturday, December 20
West Bromwich Albion (H)

Friday, December 26
Arsenal (A)

Sunday, December 28
Crystal Palace (H)

Thursday, January 1
Swansea City (H)

Saturday, January 10
Burnley (A)

Saturday, January 17
Manchester United (H)

Saturday, January 31
Stoke City (A)

Saturday, February 7
Southampton (H)

Wednesday, February 11
Sunderland (A)

Saturday, February 21
Hull City (A)

Saturday, February 28
Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Tuesday, March 3
Arsenal (H)

Saturday, March 14
Crystal Palace (A)

Saturday, March 21
Everton (H)

Saturday, April 4
West Bromwich Albion (A)

Saturday, April 11
Chelsea (H)

Saturday, April 18
Aston Villa (A)

Saturday, April 25
West Ham United (H)

Saturday, May 2
Liverpool (A)

Saturday, May 9
Manchester City (A)

Saturday, May 16
Newcastle United (H)

Sunday, May 24
Leicester City (A)

Harry Redknapp Manager of Queens Park Rangers ahead of the Sky Bet Championship Play Off Semi Final second leg match between Queens Park Rangers and Wigan Athletic at Loftus Road on May 12, 2014
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