Wigan fixtures 2015/16

Date published: Wednesday 17th June 2015 11:25

The Latics have suffered two relegations in three years following a lengthy stay in the Premier League and Gary Caldwell will be hoping his men can get off to a winning start at the Ricoh Arena on August 8.

They welcome Sheffield United to the DW Stadium on Boxing Day and finish the season with a trip to Blackpool before hosting Barnsley on the final day.

August

8 – Coventry City (a)

15 – Doncaster Rovers (h)

18 – Scunthorpe United (h)

22 – Gillingham (a)

29 – Crewe Alexandra (h)

September

5 – Chesterfield (a)

12 – Port Vale (a)

19 – Fleetwood Town (h)

26 – Oldham Athletic (a)

29 – Millwall (h)

October

3 – Walsall (h)

10 – Bury (a)

17 – Colchester United (h)

20 – Peterborough United (a)

24 – Bradford City (a)

31 – Swindon Town (h)

November

14 – Rochdale (a)

21 – Shrewsbury Town (h)

24 – Burton Albion (h)

28 – Southend United (a)

December

12 – Blackpool (h)

19 – Barnsley (a)

26 – Sheffield United (h)

28 – Fleetwood Town (a)

January

2 – Scunthorpe United (a)

9 – Gillingham (h)

16 – Chesterfield (h)

23 – Crewe Alexandra (a)

30 – Port Vale (h)

February

6 – Sheffield United (a)

13 – Oldham Athletic (h)

20 – Walsall (a)

27 – Bury (h)

March

1 – Millwall (a)

5 – Peterborough United (h)

12 – Colchester United (a)

19 – Bradford City (h)

26 – Swindon Town (a)

28 – Rochdale (h)

April

2 – Shrewsbury Town (a)

9 – Coventry City (h)

16 – Doncaster Rovers (a)

19 – Burton Albion (a)

23 – Southend United (h)

30 – Blackpool (a)

May

8 – Barnsley (h)

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