Sunderland can begin their bid for promotion to the Sky Bet League One by welcoming Oxford United to the stadium of light, whereas Ipswich can trip Burton Albion.
Jack Ross’s aspect, WHO suffered play-off final heartbreak last season, then continue the new League One campaign with key quick-fire fixtures against fellow promotion-hopefuls Ipswich and Portsmouth.
Bolton begins life in England’s third tier with a visit to Wycombe Wanderers, whereas Rochdale visits Tranmere Rovers and Portsmouth face a visit to Shrewsbury town on August 3.
Newly-promoted sides Bury and MK Dons bully off on day one at Gigg Lane, whereas last season’s League 2 champions Lincoln town host Accrington Stanley.
MK Dons host AFC Wimbledon on Sept 7, with the reverse fixture at Kingsmeadow set for April 18.
Sunderland can withstand Bolton on Boxing Day before facing reverse fixtures against Ipswich and Portsmouth at the beginning of February. They play Peterborough reception in April before ending with a visit to Rotherham on the ultimate day on might three.
Ipswich host MK Dons on the last day of the season, whereas Bolton travels to Oxford, Portsmouth head to Burton and Peterborough welcome Tranmere Rovers.
Opening day fixtures
A.F.C. Wimbledon v Rotherham United
Blackpool v Bristol Rovers
Burton Albion v Ipswich Town
Bury v Milton Keynes Dons
Coventry City v Southend United
Doncaster Rovers v Gillingham
Lincoln City v Accrington Stanley
Peterborough United v Fleetwood Town
Shrewsbury Town v Portsmouth
Sunderland v Oxford United
Tranmere Rovers v Rochdale
Wycombe Wanderers v Bolton Wanderers
Final day fixtures
A.F.C. Wimbledon v Coventry City
Accrington Stanley v Wycombe Wanderers
Blackpool v Doncaster Rovers
Burton Albion v Portsmouth
Bury v Fleetwood Town
Gillingham v Bristol Rovers
Ipswich Town v Milton Keynes Dons
Lincoln City v Rochdale
Oxford United v Bolton Wanderers
Peterborough United v Tranmere Rovers
Rotherham United v Sunderland
Southend United v Shrewsbury Town
Sky Bet League One 2019/20 – club-by-club fixtures
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