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They began the 2013/14 season two divisions apart, but relegated Norwich have been handed a trip to League One champions Wolves to kick off their 2014/15 Championship season.

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Neil Adams: First game as full-time boss against Wolves

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Neil Adams will begin life as a full-time manager against promoted Wolves on August 10, live on Sky Sports, with Watford up next as their first home game of the campaign on August 16.

The first East Anglian derby since April 2011 is just a few weeks into the season, as the Canaries travel to Portman Road on August 23.

Norwich have a tough Christmas in store, starting with an away game against beaten play-off semi-finalists Derby County on December 20. They then play host to Millwall on Boxing Day, while they face a trip to Reading two days later.

February throws up the second East Anglian derby, with Ipswich making the trip to Carrow Road on the 28th.

Familiar surroundings await on the final day of the season, with Adams' men scheduled to play host to fellow relegated side Fulham on May 2.

Opening three games:

August 9 - Wolves (a)
August 16 - Watford (h)
August 19 - Blackburn (h)

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