West Bromwich Albion enjoyed another season of safety under Tony Pulis.
The emergence of Jonathan Leko gave Baggies fans something to shout about at the end of the campaign and they will be hoping he can continue to develop and impress next season.
With a solid squad, West Brom fans will have a keen eye on how they start the season as they will want to build early momentum and use that as a platform to improve on their 14th place finish last season.
The big talking point is whether they can hang on to striker Saido Berahino in the summer and if they can’t, how they replace him.
So here are the key fixtures Baggies fans will want to note down in their diaries ahead of the 16/17 Premier League campaign…
13 August – Crystal Palace (A)
20 August – Everton (H)
27 August – Middlesbrough (H)
10 September – Bournemouth (A)
26th December – Arsenal (A)
31st December – Southampton (A)
2nd January – Hull City (H)
29 April – Leicester City (H)
6 May – Burnley (A)
13 May – Chelsea (H)
21 May – Swansea City (A)