And in Friday's paper we'll have in-depth analysis of the Seagulls' programme of 38 games.
Hughton will be hoping for an easier start than last season, when Albion hosted eventual champions Manchester City.
And a less demanding finish after the Seagulls sealed survival last month by beating Manchester United at the Amex before trips to neighbours City and Liverpool.
When will Albion face Arsenal under Arsene Wenger's successor Unai Emery?
What about Hughton's old club Spurs, Chelsea, and promoted trio Wolves, Cardiff and Fulham?