Graham Potter’s men, who are two points above the drop zone with nine matches remaining, face Norwich at Carrow Road at 12.30pm on Saturday, July 4, live on BT Sport.
Four days later, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will visit the Amex on Wednesday July 8, screened live on Sky Sports at 8.15pm.
Albion then welcome Manchester City on Saturday July 11, kick off 8pm, also on Sky Sports.
Albion resume their season against Mikel Arteta's Arsenal at the Amex this Saturday.
Saturday’s game at home to Arsenal will be broadcast at 3pm, live on BT Sport.
The trip to Leicester City on Tuesday June 23, will be shown on Sky Sports with a start time of 6pm. Manchester United’s visit to the Amex seven days later (8.15pm), is on Sky Sports.
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