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EFL 20/21 Fixtures Released

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Opening Day for each league

Championship:

  • Bournemouth v Blackburn Rovers
  • Barnsley v Luton Town
  • Birmingham City v Brentford
  • Bristol City v Coventry City
  • Cardiff City v Sheffield Wednesday
  • Derby County v Reading
  • Huddersfield Town v Norwich City
  • Millwall v Stoke City
  • Preston North End v Swansea City
  • Queens Park Rangers v Nottingham Forest
  • Watford v Middlesbrough
  • Wycombe Wanderers v Rotherham United

League One:

  • Accrington Stanley v Peterborough United
  • Crewe Alexandra v Charlton Athletic
  • Doncaster Rovers v Milton Keynes Dons
  • Fleetwood Town v Burton Albion
  • Gillingham v Hull City
  • Ipswich Town v Wigan Athletic
  • Lincoln City v Oxford United
  • Northampton Town v A.F.C. Wimbledon
  • Plymouth Argyle v Blackpool
  • Portsmouth v Shrewsbury Town
  • Sunderland v Bristol Rovers
  • Swindon Town v Rochdale

League Two:

  • Barrow v Stevenage
  • Bolton Wanderers v Forest Green Rovers
  • Bradford City v Colchester United
  • Cambridge United v Carlisle United
  • Cheltenham Town v Morecambe
  • Mansfield Town v Tranmere Rovers
  • Oldham Athletic v Leyton Orient
  • Port Vale v Crawley Town
  • Salford City v Exeter City
  • Scunthorpe United v Newport County
  • Southend United v Harrogate Town
  • Walsall v Grimsby Town

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@Bluebird Hewitt - Cardiff vs Swansea on 12th Dec. Reverse on 20th March.

Derby vs Forest on 24th Oct; Reverse on 27th Feb

Watford vs Luton on 26th Sept; Reverse on 17th April

MK Dons vs AFC Wimbledon on 31st Oct; Reverse on 30th Jan.

@Pyfish Grimsby opener vs Walsall. Scunthorpe on 15th Dec; Reverse on 23rd Jan. 

@Danny Brentford begin season at Birmingham. Not sure if you count QPR as proper rivals but the game is 28th Nov. Reverse on 17th Feb. 

Coventry vs Birmingham on 21st Nov; Reverse on 30th Jan. 

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Charlton hoping to be a test event for their first game against Doncaster and then hope to allow crowds of 6,000 to 8,500 in during October, dependent on government guidelines. 

 

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Wycombe v Rotherham looks the most out of place Championship fixture I've seen for a long time.

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Happy with our opener. We've had Morecambe on the opening day for a few seasons (including this when we face them in the EFL Cup before the season starts) so it's nice to have a change.

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21 minutes ago, Lucas said:

Wycombe v Rotherham looks the most out of place Championship fixture I've seen for a long time.

Can't stay out of the EFL section can you :ph34r:. Guess it's a long habit to break :P 

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Usually quite excited for the fixtures to come out so I can sort of make rough plans for where I fancy going but the uncertainty around everything has left this a bit ‘meh’ from me. 

 

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27 minutes ago, CityTheBest said:

I doubt it. There probably isn't going to be fans allowed for the whole season.

Talks of allowing a third of fans in as part of a phased process of getting fans back. I can't see it being a whole season without fans.

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1 hour ago, CityTheBest said:

I doubt it. There probably isn't going to be fans allowed for the whole season.

 

45 minutes ago, Pyfish said:

Talks of allowing a third of fans in as part of a phased process of getting fans back. I can't see it being a whole season without fans.

Yeah, that's pretty much what I'm thinking atm. I was saying with the old man earlier this year that I'll be surprised if we go back to grounds this season. 

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2 hours ago, Smiley Culture said:

Usually quite excited for the fixtures to come out so I can sort of make rough plans for where I fancy going but the uncertainty around everything has left this a bit ‘meh’ from me. 

 

Same. Can't get going for this at all. By now I'd have clocked which days I was taking off work for midweek aways, as it stands I've just had a casual once over. Can see myself not clocking any games above Conference level this season.

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5 minutes ago, Danny said:

The state of our end of season run in

 

fucking hell xD

Norwich, Derby, Forest, Preston, Millwall, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Watford, Bristol City. Maybe Blackburn as well again. 

That is heavy! All sides that are tipped to be promoted or in the play-off race at the least. 

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1 minute ago, CityTheBest said:

Derby, Forest, Preston, Millwall and Bristol City will be nowhere near promotion. Most of those sides will probably be fighting relegation. Norwich, Cardiff, Bourn and Watford are the only tough matches.

Okay. 

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19 hours ago, CityTheBest said:

Derby, Forest, Preston, Millwall and Bristol City will be nowhere near promotion. Most of those sides will probably be fighting relegation. Norwich, Cardiff, Bourn and Watford are the only tough matches.

Sounds a bit like what Paul Ince would say if he was on Sky's Championship coverage.

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First games announced for TV

Watford vs Middlesbrough - Friday 11th Sept (19.45)

Birmingham vs Brentford - Saturday 12th Sept (12.30)

Ipswich vs Wigan - Sunday 13th Sept (13.00)

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