Blackburn fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:00

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Rovers then travel to Huddersfield for their first away fixture of the campaign.

They will renew their rivalry with Lancashire neighbours Burnley in late October at Ewood Park and travel to Turf Moor for the reverse fixture at the beginning of March.

Gary Bowyer’s men also have home games on Boxing Day, against play-off runners up Middlesbrough, and on the final day of the season versus Reading.


8 Wolverhampton (h)

15 Huddersfield Town (a)

18 Cardiff City (h)

22 Brighton (a)

29 Bolton Wanderers (h)


12 Fulham (a)

15 Queens Park Rangers (a)

19 Charlton Athletic (h)

26 Hull City (a)


3 Ipswich Town (h)

17 Milton Keynes Dons (a)

20 Derby County (h)

24 Burnley (h)

31 Leeds United (a)


3 Birmingham City (a)

7 Brentford (h)

21 Preston North End (a)

28 Sheffield Wednesday (h)


5 Bristol City (a)

12 Rotherham United (h)

15 Nottingham Forest (h)

19 Reading (a)

26 Middlesbrough (h)

28 Bolton Wanderers (a)


2 Cardiff City (a)

12 Queens Park Rangers (h)

16 Brighton (h)

23 Charlton Athletic (a)

30 Fulham (h)


6 Middlesbrough (a)

13 Hull City (h)

20 Ipswich Town (a)

23 Derby County (a)

27 Milton Keynes Dons (h)


5 Burnley (a)

8 Birmingham City (h)

12 Leeds United (h)

19 Brentford (a)


2 Preston North End (h)

5 Sheffield Wednesday (a)

9 Wolverhampton (a)

16 Huddersfield Town (h)

19 Nottingham Forest (a)

23 Bristol City (h)

30 Rotherham United (a)


7 Reading (h)

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