Barnsley fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 12:40

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The Tykes, who finished seven points off the play-off places last season in 11th, travel to Bury on Boxing Day to face former boss David Flitcroft for the first time.

The final two games of the season sees Lee Johnson’s side play host to Colchester United at Oakwell before they travel to Wigan on the final day.

August

8 – Chesterfield (a)

15 – Burton Albion (h)

18 – Millwall (a)

22 – Bradford City (h)

29 – Rochdale (a)

September

5 – Shrewsbury Town (h)

12 – Swindon Town (h)

19 – Blackpool (a)

26 – Gillingham (h)

29 – Coventry City (a)

October

3 – Doncaster Rovers (a)

10 – Crewe Alexandra (h)

17 – Southend United (a)

20 – Walsall (h)

24 – Fleetwood Town (h)

31 – Scunthorpe United (a)

November

14 – Port Vale (h)

21 – Oldham Athletic (a)

24 – Peterborough United (a)

28 – Sheffield United (h)

December

12 – Colchester United (a)

19 – Wigan Athletic (h)

26 – Bury (a)

28 – Blackpool (h)

January

2 – Millwall (h)

9 – Bradford City (a)

16 – Shrewsbury Town (a)

23 – Rochdale (h)

30 – Swindon Town (a)

February

6 – Bury (h)

13 – Gillingham (a)

20 – Doncaster Rovers (h)

27 – Crewe Alexandra (a)

March

1 – Coventry City (h)

5 – Walsall (a)

12 – Southend United (h)

19 – Fleetwood Town (a)

26 – Scunthorpe United (h)

28 – Port Vale (a)

April

2 – Oldham Athletic (h)

9 – Chesterfield (h)

16 – Burton Albion (a)

19 – Peterborough United (h)

23 – Sheffield United (a)

30 – Colchester United (h)

May

8 – Wigan Athletic (a)

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