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2021/22 Fixtures - Released 24th June 2021


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Ahead of the fixtures being announced next week:

A thread, based on the fixtures released today by the Premier League for Burnley

What we can safely assume:

7th August 2021 - Opening Round of fixtures - Home (as Burnley are at home 14th August, meaning Rovers likely away)

26th December 2021 - Boxing Day - Away (Burnley home)

1st January 2022 - New Years Day - Home (Burnley away)

14-18th April 2022 - Easter Weekend - Home and Away (this has been the trend in recent years, with Good Friday and Easter Monday - Burnley away)

7th/8th May 2022 - Last Fixture of the season - Away (Burnley home)

29th May 2022 - Playoff Final - Wembley (For those optimists! 😁)

Edited by rog of the rovers
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Doesn’t always follow that way especially with Blackpool back in the Championship. Added to tv appearances means that there will probably be more Bumley games Friday or Sunday depending on opposition teams in Europe! Lancs Police will know have to police Rovers, bpool,bumley,morecambe, fleetwood and Chorley  as well as the nobbers from Preston!

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35 minutes ago, 1864roverite said:

Doesn’t always follow that way especially with Blackpool back in the Championship. Added to tv appearances means that there will probably be more Bumley games Friday or Sunday depending on opposition teams in Europe! Lancs Police will know have to police Rovers, bpool,bumley,morecambe, fleetwood and Chorley  as well as the nobbers from Preston!

At least they don't have to police the Fylde fracking site anymore. 

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The stage is set for us to seal promotion at Deepdale again. We won't be visiting there until late April.

As for Swansea, not the easiest of starts, but it's better to get one of the tougher games out of the way early on.

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6 minutes ago, SuperBrfc said:

The stage is set for us to seal promotion at Deepdale again. We won't be visiting there until late April.

As for Swansea, not the easiest of starts, but it's better to get one of the tougher games out of the way early on.

No, it's better to win one of the tough games early on. if you lose the game it doesn't matter when you play it

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