After a hugely difficult month for the club off the field in August, Brighton & Hove Albion ended August on top of the Championship before a much welcomed international break.
With the deaths of Albion employee Matt Grimstone and Seagulls fan Jacob Schilt still fresh in everyone's mind, the international break was well greeted by all at the club, the community still coming to terms with the Shoreham air disaster that left 11 people dead.
The first home fixture since the tragedy and first after the international break comes on Saturday September 12th against Hull City.
The game is being dedicated to all those affected by the tragedy with tributes being paid prior to kick-off on what is sure to be an emotionally charged day.
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Three days later Albion will welcome Rotherham United to the Amex for a 7.45pm Tuesday kick-off. The Millers and the Seagulls both avoided the drop last year but while Albion sit top after five games this season, Rotherham have found life tough again and currently sit at the foot of the table with just one point.
Albion have always enjoyed facing Wolves, with an excellent record at Molineux, and Hughton will be hoping that tradition continues on Saturday 19th September when his side travel there for a 3pm kick-off.
Due to the international break there are just four games in September and the month is rounded off with another away trip, to Bolton Wanderers for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 26th.