Wednesday 18 June 2014

Hammers Handed 'Easy' Fixture List

The Hammers will be hoping for a bright start with a series of gentle fixtures to ease them into the new season. With Spurs first up, followed by the first revenge trip to Palace, we can expect to get off to a flyer. These matches are then followed by a number of routine victories over Southampton and Hull before we get our chance to put down our European credentials by facing down Liverpool and Man United. Ambitious Hammers fans will be frustrated that we will have to wait until late October before getting our first crack at Man City in what should be a key fixture in deciding whether the title stays North or comes south to the Boleyn.

Hammers can expect to have much to celebrate over the Yuletide period as we take on the Gooners of Middle Arse and Chelski. We again face Man City in mid April and if we can establish a decent lead by then it will be hard to see any of the clubs in the final fixtures taking any points off us apart from Everton who will once again be ging their curse upon us.
West Ham's 2014-15 Premier League fixtures:

Saturday, August 16 Tottenham Hotspur (H)

Saturday, August 23 Crystal Palace (A)
Saturday, August 30 Southampton (H)
Saturday, September 13 Hull City (A)
Saturday, September 20 Liverpool (H)
Saturday, September 27 Manchester United (A)
Saturday, October 4 Queens Park Rangers (H)
Saturday, October 18 Burnley (A)
Saturday, October 25 Manchester City (H)
Saturday, November 1 Stoke City (A)
Saturday, November 8 Aston Villa (H)
Saturday, November 22 Everton (A)
Saturday, November 29 Newcastle United (H)
Tuesday, December 2 West Bromwich Albion (A)
Saturday, December 6 Swansea City (H)
Saturday, December 13 Sunderland (A)
Saturday, December 20 Leicester City (H)
Friday, December 26 Chelsea (A)
Sunday, December 28 Arsenal (H)
Thursday, January 1 West Bromwich Albion (H)
Saturday, January 10 Swansea City (A)
Saturday, January 17 Hull City (H)
Saturday, January 31 Liverpool (A)
Saturday, February 7 Manchester United (H)
Tuesday, February 10 Southampton (A)
Saturday, February 21 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
Saturday, February 28 Crystal Palace (H)
Tuesday, March 3 Chelsea (H)
Saturday, March 14 Arsenal (A)
Saturday, March 21 Sunderland (H)
Saturday, April 4 Leicester City (A)
Saturday, April 11 Stoke City (H)
Saturday, April 18 Manchester City (A)
Saturday, April 25 Queens Park Rangers (A)
Saturday, May 2 Burnley (H)
Saturday, May 9 Aston Villa (A)
Saturday, May 16 Everton (H)
Sunday, May 24 Newcastle United (A)


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