West London's Championship sides found out their fixture lists for the upcoming 2017/18 but as every fan knows, the schedule is subject to change for television.
At least two home games will be moved for Sky Sports, as per their agreement with the EFL and the likelihood is some away trips will also be televised.
The EFL released the fixtures with the first weekend's television matches included with Sunderland taking on Derby, Aston Villa facing Hull and Bolton taking on Leeds in front of the cameras.
For those planning trips in the rest of August, it is advisable that you hold off booking anything until June 28, when Sky will announced the first set of fixtures.
For games in September, it would be recommended to wait until July 14, when the broadcaster will announce who is on the box.
October's fixtures will be announced on August 25, while November's will be confirmed on September 29.
November 3 is the time to start booking for fixtures over Christmas, while January fixtures will be announced on December 8.
December 29 will see the schedule for February confirmed with the final bulk announcement taking place on January 19, for matches up to March 31.
Fans will have at least five weeks notice when it comes to televised games and this will be done on a rolling basis for April's fixtures.
The only exemption to this rule is the final day of the season with there being no change to kick-off time.