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Bournemouth's Championship campaign begins by hosting Charlton Athletic on 3 August.

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Eddie Howe: Begins the season by facing Charlton Athletic

Eddie Howe: Begins the season by facing Charlton Athletic

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After finishing as last season's runners-up in League One, Eddie Howe will want to make a positive start to life in the second tier.

A tricky run then sees Bournemouth face Watford and relegated Wigan Athletic before the end of August.

Boxing Day will see Howe's men take on former League One rivals Yeovil Town in a game in which they will hope for three points.

Bournemouth end their season away at Millwall on 3rd May.

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