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Live: West Bromwich Albion fixtures 2014/15 season

DERBY HERO...Mulumbu wheels away in celebration of his 2011 winner against Villa

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17:15 17th June 2014

Get involved and send us your opinions on Albion's Premier League 2014-15 fixture list

FIXTURES for the new 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season will be released at 9am tomorrow morning.

Albion supporters will be able to view the full fixture list as soon as it is announced right here on the club’s official website and we will bring you news on our Facebook and Twitter channels.

Who will the Baggies face on the opening day of the new campaign? Where will Albion be on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day? Who will be the final-day opponents?

Fans can discuss and share your opinions below in a special dedicated live blogwhich contains previews, the latest news and all the reaction. Make sure you check it out! 

To get things going right now, we are asking whether you would rather face Villa at home or away in the first big West Midlands derby of the season?

To get you in the mood, here we look back at the three most memorable encounters with Villa in the Premier League era.

April 2005
Darius Vassell headed the hosts into a first-half lead from close range before Liam Ridgewell and Jonathan Greening were sent off.

With Albion seemingly staring at derby defeat, Paul Robinson popped up with a dramatic and memorable last-gasp header to snatch a share of the spoils as Bryan Robson’s side then went on to secure the Great Escape.

April 2011
Abdoulaye Meite’s early own goal put Albion on the back foot at The Hawthorns but Peter Odemwingie levelled on the hour mark for the hosts before Paul Scharner soon saw red.

And just as it looked as though honours would end even, Youssouf Mulumbu converted an 84th-minute winner to secure Albion’s first home victory over Villa since 1985.  

October 2011
The Baggies went into clash winless at Villa Park in the league since 1979 but Scharner changed all that.

Darren Bent’s penalty put the home side into the lead before Chris Herd was dismissed, and Roy Hodgson’s outfit took full advantage as Jonas Olsson levelled just before the break and Scharner converted a second-half winner.

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