September looks a little more favourable for the Black Country side, and they end the month with a derby away at Aston Villa.
Clarke’s men will host Chelsea, another one of his former side’s, in the middle of November, although the rest of that month looks to have some kind fixtures in it.
The Baggies will travel down to QPR for the traditional Boxing Day fixture, and will host another London side, Fulham, on New Years Day.
The return fixture with rivals Aston Villa is the highlight of January’s fixtures, before they meet Tottenham and Liverpool again at the beginning of February.
Another tricky spell follows in April, where the Hawthorns side host Arsenal, visit champions Manchester City, and welcome Newcastle in consecutive weeks.
A run of three easier-looking ties follows before they wrap up their third consecutive Premier League campaign with 19 times league winners Manchester United.
29: Aston Villa
20: Man City
15: West Ham
29: Man Utd
19: Aston Villa
30: West Ham
13: Man City
19: Man Utd
Home fixtures are highlighted in Bold. Some fixtures are subject to change.