QPR 2015/16 Championship fixtures

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey

QPR head coach Chris Ramsey - Credit: PA Archive/Press Association Images

QPR will kick off their Sky Bet Championship campaign with a London derby against Charlton Athletic on Saturday, August 8.

Chris Ramsey’s men will travel to The Valley on the opening day, before welcoming Cardiff City to Loftus Road the following weekend. The opening month concludes with an away trip to face Wolverhampton Wanderers, before entertaining Rotherham United at home and finishing August with a journey to Yorkshire to take on Huddersfield Town.

September kicks off with home fixtures against Nottingham Forest and Blackburn Rovers and ends with two away games against Hull City and west London rivals Fulham on Saturday, September 28.

October will see Rangers take on Bolton Wanderers, Sheffield Wednesday and MK Dons at Loftus Road as well as away trips to Birmingham City and Brentford on Saturday, October 31.

On Tuesday, November 3 the Rs will take on Derby County, the side they beat at Wembley in May 2014 to clinch promotion to the Premier League. Newly promoted Preston North End will then visit W12 on Saturday, November 7 and Rangers will then have a break of two weeks before they travel to the north-east to take on Middlesbrough. The last weekend in November will see the Hoops entertain Leeds United.

December starts with a short trip to Reading on Saturday, December 5 before the Rs welcome Burnley and Brighton to Loftus Road. Bristol City at Ashton Gate is next on the agenda before the Rs travel to Ipswich Town on Boxing Day and entertain Huddersfield Town two days later.

The New Year will see Rangers start at home on Saturday, January 2 against Hull. 10 days later the Rs will travel to Ewood Park to face Blackburn and will stay on the road for a clash with Rotherham United on Saturday, January 16. Wolves will travel to west London a week later and the month ends with a trip to the City Ground to take on Notts Forest.

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February starts with two home games against Ipswich and Fulham before Rangers are back on their travels to play Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday. A home clash against Birmingham will wrap up Febuary’s fixtures

The Rs will play four matches in March starting with an away trip on Saturday, March 5 against MK Dons before Brentford and Derby travel to W12. Rangers end the month with a journey north to Preston.

The busy month of April will see QPR play six matches, starting with a home game against Middlesbrough on Saturday, April 2. The Rs will also welcome Charlton and Reading to Loftus Road and face difficult away matches against Leeds, Cardiff and Brighton.

The R’s campaign concludes with a home clash against Bristol City on May 7th, with all fixtures on the final day kicking off at 12.30pm.