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John Hughes: Preparing for opening trip to New Douglas Park.

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John Hughes’ men will visit New Douglas Park on August 9th before their opening home clash against Dundee, while they travel to Motherwell on August 16th.

Champions Celtic arrive at Caledonian Stadium on August 23rd, but supporters must wait until October 4th before they face rivals Ross County.

During the busy festive schedule, Caley Thistle host Partick on December 13th, travel to St Johnstone on December 20th, and then end 2014 with a home clash against Aberdeen.

New Year’s Day brings a trip to Ross County, while Inverness will host St Mirren on January 4th.

There could be plenty at stake in the closing weeks as Caley Thistle host Dundee on April 4th before a trip to Aberdeen, although Hughes might not welcome a home clash with Celtic on the final day before the split.

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