Queens Park Rangers 2013-14 fixtures: In full

QPR manager Harry Redknapp prior to his side's match with Sunderland on March 9, 2013
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View Queens Park Rangers' complete fixture list for the 2013-14 season.

The Football League have today revealed the fixtures list for the 2013-14 season, which for Harry Redknapp's Hoops starts with a home clash against Sheffield Wednesday.

They end their season with a home derby against fellow Londoners Millwall, followed by a trip to Oakwell.

QPR's 2013-14 fixtures in full:

Saturday, August 3
Sheffield Wednesday (H)

Saturday, August 10
Huddersfield (A)

Saturday, August 17
Ipswich (H)

Saturday, August 24
Bolton (A)

Saturday, August 31
Leeds (A)

Sunday, September 14
Birmingham (H)

Tuesday, September 17
Brighton (H)

Saturday, September 21
Yeovil (A)

Saturday, September 28
Middlesbrough (H)

Tuesday, October 1
Wigan (A)

Saturday, October 5
Barnsley (H)

Saturday, October 19
Millwall (A)

Saturday, October 26
Burnley (A)

Saturday, November 2
Derby (H)

Saturday, November 9
Reading (A)

Saturday, November 23
Charlton (H)

Saturday, November 30
Doncaster (A)

Tuesday, December 3
Bournemouth (H)

Saturday, December 7
Blackburn (H)

Saturday, December 14
Blackpool (A)

Saturday, December 21
Leicester (H)

Thursday, December 26
Forest (A)

Sunday, December 29
Watford (A)

Wednesday, January 1
Doncaster (H)

Saturday, January 11
Ipswich (A)

Saturday, January 18
Huddersfield (H)

Saturday, January 25
Sheff Wed (A)

Tuesday, January 28
Bolton (H)

Saturday, February 1
Burnley (H)

Saturday, February 8
Derby (A)

Saturday, February 15
Reading (H)

Saturday, February 22
Charlton (A)

Saturday, March 1
Leeds (H)

Saturday, March 8
Birmingham (A)

Tuesday, March 11
Brighton (A)

Saturday, March 15
Yeovil (H)

Saturday, March 22
Middlesbrough (A)

Tuesday, March 25
Wigan (H)

Saturday, March 29
Blackpool (H)

Saturday, April 5
Bournemouth (A)

Tuesday, April 8
Blackburn (A)

Saturday, April 12
Forest (H)

Saturday, April 19
Leicester (A)

Monday, April 21
Watford (H)

Saturday, April 26
Millwall (H)

Saturday, May 3
Barnsley (A)

QPR boss Harry Redknapp before kick-off against Fulham on April 1, 2013
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