Brighton start with tough visit to Elland Road.
It is not yet clear whether or not manager Gus Poyet will still be in charge to lead Brighton out next season, but the Seagulls will be hoping to start another run to the Championship playoffs after a successful season finishing 4th in 2012/13.
They will start their quest with a tricky away game against Leeds, and further tests will follow in the first month of the season as they also come up against Derby, Birmingham and Burnley.
Even without Poyet, Brighton have the quality to go up, and will hope to finish strongly with some winnable games late on against the likes of Yeovil, Huddersfield and Blackpool.
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