Trotters handed daunting first fixtures

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Bolton Wanderers face a daunting start to the season, with matches against five of the so called 'big' clubs in the Barclays Premier League in the first seven games of the season.

A trip to Championship winners QPR will be the first game of the campaign for Owen Coyle's side, before clashes against Manchester City (H) and Liverpool (A) bring an end to August.

Life doesn't get any easier after the first international break, with Manchester United visiting the Reebok Stadium on September 10th.

Newly promoted Norwich City travel to Lancashire the following week, whilst a trip to Arsenal on September 24th completes the first two months of the campaign.

Chelsea then visit on October 1st as the tricky fixtures come think and fast, before matches against Wigan (A), Sunderland (H) and Swansea City (A).

Other dates for the diary include a trip to Tottenham Hotspur on December 3rd, whilst a triple header of games against Manchester United (A), Liverpool (H) and Arsenal (H) come on January 14th, 21st and 31st respectively.

A trip to Stamford Bridge comes for the Trotters on Febraury 25th, while Spurs travel north on April 14th. The season ends for Bolton with clashes at home to West Brom and away at Stoke City in May.



13/08/2011 - QPR v Bolton

20/08/2011 - Bolton v Man City

27/08/2011 - Liverpool v Bolton

10/09/2011 - Bolton v Man Utd

17/09/2011 - Bolton v Norwich


28/04/2012 - Sunderland v Bolton

05/05/2012 - Bolton v West Brom

13/05/2012 - Stoke v Bolton

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