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Ipswich Town will start the 2013/14 Championship season with a difficult trip to relegated Reading on Saturday 3rd August.

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Mick McCarthy: Ipswich manager takes his team to Reading on the opening day

Mick McCarthy: Ipswich manager takes his team to Reading on the opening day

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In a tough opening to the campaign for Mick McCarthy's side, Ipswich will also face Queens Park Rangers and Wigan Athletic - both of whom are fresh from relegation from the Premier League - away in their first eight games.

Town's first home match of the season is against Millwall, while Leeds United will also visit Portman Road during August.

September brings three home games against Middlesbrough, promoted Yeovil Town and Brighton & Hove Albion.

Over Christmas, Ipswich will travel to the two teams who won automatic promotion from League One last season, with Doncaster Rovers the Boxing Day opponents and then Bournemouth in the final game of 2013.

The New Year starts with a home date against Charlton Athletic and there is a hectic period of seven fixtures in March.

Ipswich will conclude the season at home to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday 3rd May.

Click here to see Ipswich's full fixture list for the 2013/14 Championship season

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