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Bolton Wanderers kick off their Championship campaign with a derby against Lancashire rivals Burnley.

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Fireworks expected for Bolton's opener away to Burnley

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Dougie Freedman's side will be targeting promotion this season but will have their work cut out on the opening day as they make the short trip to Turf Moor.

They follow up by hosting newly-relegated Reading, before playing Nottingham Forest, QPR and Blackburn before the month is out.

Freedman's men then travel to Barnsley on Boxing Day before another away day on December 29 at Leicester City.

The final day of the season sees Bolton host Birmingham City on May 3.

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