Derby County fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:00

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Clement arrived at the iPro Stadium earlier in the summer after Steve McClaren paid for a late-season swoon with his job – the Rams topped the table for a while but failed even to make the play-offs.

After the August 8 trip to Bolton, Clement will have a pair of home games to look forward to, with Charlton and Middlesbrough the visitors.

Derby’s first clash with fierce rivals Nottingham Forest comes at the City Ground on November 7, with the home fixture taking place on March 19.


8 Bolton Wanderers (a)

15 Charlton Athletic (h)

18 Middlesbrough (h)

22 Birmingham City (a)

29 Leeds United (h)


12 Preston North End (a)

15 Reading (a)

19 Burnley (h)

26 Milton Keynes Dons (a)


3 Brentford (h)

17 Wolverhampton (h)

20 Blackburn Rovers (a)

24 Huddersfield Town (a)

31 Rotherham United (h)


3 Queens Park Rangers (h)

7 Nottingham Forest (a)

21 Cardiff City (h)

28 Hull City (a)


5 Sheffield Wednesday (a)

12 Brighton (h)

15 Bristol City (h)

19 Ipswich Town (a)

26 Fulham (h)

28 Leeds United (a)

January 2016

2  Middlesbrough (a)

12 Reading (h)

16 Birmingham City (h)

23 Burnley (a)

30 Preston North End (h)


6 Fulham (a)

13 Milton Keynes Dons (h)

20 Brentford (a)

23 Blackburn Rovers (h)

27 Wolverhampton (a)


5 Huddersfield Town (h)

8 Queens Park Rangers (a)

12 Rotherham United (a)

19 Nottingham Forest (h)


2 Cardiff City (a)

5 Hull City (h)

9 Bolton Wanderers (h)

16 Charlton Athletic (a)

19 Bristol City (a)

23 Sheffield Wednesday (h)

30 Brighton (a)


7 Ipswich Town (h)

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