MK Dons fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 9:18

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Karl Robinson’s side were promoted from League One in May after finishing second behind Bristol City – but the two sides have to wait until October for their first meeting in the Championship, at Ashton Gate.

After their opening day clash with the Millers, the MK Dons – one of the Football League’s newest clubs – play two of the oldest with successive home games against Preston and Bolton.

MK Dons celebrate Christmas with a Boxing Day home game against Cardiff City – with a trip to Birmingham two days later.

And they finish their inaugural Championship season with a home game against one of the pre-season promotion favourites, Nottingham Forest.


8  Rotherham (a)

15 Preston North End (h)

18 Bolton Wanderers (h)

22 Reading (a)

29  Birmingham City (h)


12 Middlesbrough (a)

15 Burnley  (a)

19 Leeds United (h)

26  Derby County (h)


3 Bristol City (a)

17  Blackburn Rovers (h)

20 Huddersfield (a)

24 Queens Park Rangers (a)

31  Hull City (h)


3  Charlton Athletic (h)

7 Brighton (a)

21  Fulham (h)

28 Wolves (a)


5 Brentford (a)

12  Ipswich Town (h)

15  Sheffield Wednesday (h)

19 Nottingham Forest (a)

26  Cardiff City (a)

28 Birmingham City (a)


2 Leeds United (a)

12  Burnley (h)

16 Reading (h)

23 Bolton Wanderers (a)

30 Middlesbrough (h)


6 Cardiff City (a)

13 Derby County (a)

20  Bristol City (h)

23  Huddersfield Town (h)

27 Blackburn Rovers (a)


5 Queens Park Rangers (h)

8 Charlton Athletic (a)

12 Hull City (a)

19 Brighton (h)


2 Fulham (a)

5 Wolverhampton (h)

9 Rotherham United (h)

16 Preston North End (a)

19 Sheffield Wednesday (a)

23 Brentford (h)

30 Ipswich Town (a)


7 Nottingham Forest (h)

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