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Huddersfield Town begin their 2014/15 Championship campaign at home to Bournemouth on 9 August.

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Mark Robins: Huddersfield boss faces Bournemouth at home on opening day

Mark Robins: Huddersfield boss faces Bournemouth at home on opening day

Mark Robins’ side, who came 17th last season, are then away to Cardiff City in their second match and travel to Reading three days later.

They face fellow Yorkshire club Rotherham United away on Boxing Day and are at home to Bolton Wanderers in their second festive fixture on 28 December.

Huddersfield take on Yorkshire rivals Leeds United at the John Smith’s Stadium on 31st January, having travelled to Elland Road on 20 September.

Blackburn Rovers are the final visitors to Huddersfield on 25 April, while a trip to Blackpool lies in store on the last day of the season.

Opening three games:

August 9 - Bournemouth (h)
August 16 - Cardiff City (a)
August 19 - Reading (a)

Huddersfield fixtures in full

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