New West Bromwich Albion head coach Alan Irvine is to face the media for the first time in his new role on fixtures day.
This morning, it has been announced that his side will open their Premier League campaign at home to Sunderland.
Albion will take on Aston Villa on 13th December and this season's boxing day fixture is at home to Manchester City.
The last game of the season will be away at Arsenal.
In the Championship, Former England managers Steve McClaren and Stuart Pearce will go head-to-head when Derby County host Nottingham Forest on 17th January.
Wolves will host Norwich City in their first season back in the Championship on the 9th August.
The fixtures for the new season have been released this morning.
The derby games against Birmingham City will take place at Molineux on 1st November and at St Andrews 11th April.
Leicester City will host Everton at the King Power Stadium to start their Premier League campaign on August 16th.
The fixtures lists for next season have been released this morning.
The Foxes also will face Chelsea and Arsenal before the end of August.
See the full fixtures list for Leicester's first season back in the Premier League here.
Leicester have announced striker Marko Futacs has left the club after it was mutually agreed to cancel the remainder of his contract.
The Hungarian, who has been capped three times by his country, made just a handful of appearances for the Foxes during his two-year stint at the club and spent most of last season on loan at Diosgyori VTK, having previously been loaned to Blackpool.
It has been decided by both parties that he is surplus to requirements at the King Power Stadium and he becomes a free agent with immediate effect.
Aston Villa have announced the free transfer signing of Joe Cole on a two-year deal.
The 32-year-old midfielder, who has won 56 England Caps, was released by West Ham United in May. He's also played for Chelsea, Liverpool, and went on loan to French side Lille.
Derby County players Craig Bryson and Johnny Russell have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment after their 90th minute play-off defeat to QPR yesterday.
Gutted we never got the result we deserved yesterday but we will be back! Thanks for all the support over the season ?
This will hurt for a while but we know what we are capable of as a squad! we will be back stronger for it! Fans unreal all year! thank you??
The Rams had managed to avoid a shot on target for the entire game, until Bobby Zamora popped up with the winner at the death.
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Speaking to ITV News Central after the final at Wembley, Derby County striker Chris Martin says the club will now focus on next season.
Steve McClaren has galvanised the club and we've taken a big step this season. The dressing room's gutted but we have a young squad and we will push on next season.