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Wolverhampton Wanderers 2021-22 Premier League fixtures in full

Wolves 2021-22 Premier League fixtures in full
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Sports Mole rounds up the full 2021-22 Premier League fixture list for Wolverhampton Wanderers, who begin their campaign against Leicester City.

The Premier League has today revealed the fixture list for the 2021-22 campaign, which for Wolverhampton Wanderers begins with a trip to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.

Wolves's 2021-22 Premier League fixtures in full:


14 - Leicester City (A)
21 - Tottenham Hotspur (H)
28 - Manchester United (H)


11 - Watford (A)
18 - Brentford (H)
25 - Southampton (A)


2 - Newcastle United (H)
16 - Aston Villa (A)
23 - Leeds United (A)
30 - Everton (H)


6 - Crystal Palace (A)
20 - West Ham United (H)
27 - Norwich City (A)
30 - Burnley (H)


4 - Liverpool (H)
11 - Manchester City (A)
14 - Brighton & Hove Albion (A)
18 - Chelsea (H)
26 - Watford (H)
28 - Arsenal (A)


1 - Manchester United (A)
15 - Southampton (H)
22 - Brentford (A)


8 - Arsenal (H)
12 - Tottenham Hotspur (A)
19 - Leicester City (H)
26 - West Ham United (A)


5- Crystal Palace (H)
12 - Everton (A)
19 - Leeds United (H)


2 - Aston Villa (H)
9 - Newcastle United (A)
16 - Manchester City (H)
23 - Burnley (A)
30 - Brighton & Hove Albion (H)


7- Chelsea (A)
15 - Norwich City (H)
22 - Liverpool (A)

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