The full West Bromwich Albion Schedule can be found via the team's website. Here are the must-see matches.
Vs. Liverpool, Saturday, August 18
In a strange twist of fate, Steve Clarke's first Premier League match as a permanent manager will come against the club he recently left.
Clarke was the first-team coach under Kenny Dalglish, but left Liverpool after Brendan Rodgers arrived. Now, West Brom will face off with the Reds in their opening fixture.
Clarke will know the strengths and weaknesses of the Liverpool lineup, and a victory here would be a fantastic way to start the season.
At Aston Villa, Sunday, September 30
This historic rivalry has cooled a bit in recent years as West Brom's feelings towards Wolverhampton have intensified, but the Baggies' third straight season with two guaranteed matches against Aston Villa—and Wolves' absence from the EPL—should keep this contest interesting.
The Baggies had never been competitive in the Premiership until the 2010-11 season, but they have two wins and a draw over Villa in the teams' last four league meetings.
The Lions will be desperately trying to regain the upper hand in the rivalry, and the determination on both sides will be evident.
At Chelsea, Saturday, March 2
At this point in the season, Romelu Lukaku will have had ample time to adjust to West Brom's tactics and begin playing to his potential.
His boundless abilities will make him a nightmare for Chelsea to guard, and the Blues may walk away from this match wishing they had not loaned out the rising star.
If he can get a goal and help the Baggies to a positive result, it will be an excellent result to help propel the team forward for the rest of the season.