Ipswich fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:00

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After they endured play-off heartache at the hands of local rivals Norwich last season, Mick McCarthy’s men will be looking to get their 2015/16 campaign off to a positive start against Brentford.

Back-to-back home games follow, before Championship new-boys Preston and south-coast rivals Brighton complete a congested August.

Relegated QPR travel to Portman Road on Boxing Day, while a trip to Charlton sees 2015 out for the Tractor Boys.

A tough run-in sees McCarthy’s men travel to Middlesbrough and Derby in their final two away fixtures, when results could be make or break.

August

8 Brentford (a)

15 Sheffield Wednesday (h)

18 Burnley (h)

22 Preston North End (a)

29 Brighton (h)

September

12 Reading (a)

15 Leeds United (a)

19 Birmingham City (h)

26 Bristol City (h)

October

3 Blackburn Rovers (a)

17 Huddersfield Town (h)

20 Hull City (a)

24 Nottingham Forest (a)

31 Cardiff City (h)

November

3 Bolton Wanderers (h)

7 Rotherham United (a)

21 Wolverhampton (h)

28 Charlton Athletic (a)

December

5 Middlesbrough (h)

12 Milton Keynes Dons (a)

15 Fulham (a)

19 Derby County (h)

26 Queens Park Rangers (h)

28 Brighton (a)

January

2 Burnley (a)

12 Leeds United (h)

16 Preston North End (h)

23 Birmingham City (a)

30 Reading (h)

February

6 Queens Park Rangers (a)

13 Bristol City (a)

20 Blackburn Rovers (h)

23 Hull City (h)

27 Huddersfield Town (a)

March

5 Nottingham Forest (h)

8 Bolton Wanderers (a)

12 Cardiff City (a)

19 Rotherham United (h)

April

2 Wolverhampton (a)

5 Charlton Athletic (h)

9 Brentford (h)

16 Sheffield Wednesday (a)

19 Fulham (h)

23 Middlesbrough (a)

30 Milton Keynes Dons (h)

May

7 Derby County (a)

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