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2013/14 League 1 fixtures announced

19 June 2013

MK Dons will start their 2013/14 League 1 season away to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday 3rd August.

on Saturday 24th August.mkstadium on Saturday 10th August, before making the trip to Preston North End on Saturday 17th August. Newly-relegated Bristol City will then arrive at mkstadiumThe Dons will then entertain Crewe Alexandra in the side’s first home League game at

Supporters won’t have to wait too long to visit London Road next season, with the Dons travelling to Peterborough United on Saturday 21st September. The return match against Darren Ferguson’s side will take place at MK1 on Saturday 15th March.

The first derby with Stevenage also takes place in September, with the Boro making the journey to stadiummk on Saturday 28th September; the Dons will then visit Broadhall Way on Saturday 22nd March.

In December, the Dons will make the highly-anticipated journey to Molineux Stadium to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers (Saturday 14th) with the return match scheduled for Saturday 29th March.

Boxing Day will then see Karl Robinson’s men travel to Crawley Town, a match which is followed by a short journey to Brentford on Saturday 29th December. The Dons will then host Colchester United on New Year’s Day before making the 262-mile trip to Carlisle United on a Tuesday night at the end of January (28th).

March could turn out to be a crucial period for the Club with the home fixtures against Sheffield United, Peterborough United, Gillingham and Wolves all taking place. Away fixtures in the month are also particularly strong, with visits to Swindon Town, Notts County and Stevenage.

Then, over the Easter weekend, the Dons will make trip up to newly promoted Port Vale on Saturday 19th April and for a second year running, the club welcome Brentford on Easter Monday to stadiummk.

Karl Robinson's men will finish the season at home to Leyton Orient on Saturday 3rd May with the final away fixture a week earlier on Saturday 26th April against Rotherham United.

Fixtures in full:
August: Sat 3rd Shrewsbury Town (a), Sat 10th Crewe Alexandra (h) Sat 17th Preston North End (a), Sat 24th Bristol City (h), Sat 31st Sheffield United (a)
September: Sat 7th Swindon Town (h), Sat 14th Notts County (h), Sat 21st Peterborough United (a), Sat 28th Stevenage (h)
October: Sat 5th Gillingham (a), Sat 12th Leyton Orient (a), Sat 19th Rotherham United (h), Tue 22nd Carlisle United (h), Sat 26th Tranmere Rovers (a)
November: Sat 2nd Walsall (h), Sat 16th Oldham Athletic (a), Sat 23rd Bradford City (h), Tue 26th Colchester United (a), Sat 30th Coventry City (h)
December: Sat 14th Wolverhampton Wanderers (a), Sat 21st Port Vale (h), Thu 26th Crawley Town (a), Sun 29th Brentford (a)
January: Wed 1st Colchester United (h), Sat 4th Crewe Alexandra (a), Sat 11th Shrewsbury Town (h), Sat 18th Bristol City (a), Sat 25th Preston North End (h), Tue 28th Carlisle United (a)
February: Sat 1st Tranmere Rovers (h), Sat 8th Walsall (a), Sat 15th Oldham Athletic (h), Sat 22nd Bradford City (a)
March: Sat 1st Sheffield United (h), Sat 8th Swindon Town (a), Tue 11th Notts County (a), Sat 15th Peterborough United (h), Sat 22nd Stevenage (a), Tue 25th Gillingham (h), Sat 29th Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)
April: Sat 5th Coventry City (a), Sat 12th Crawley Town (h), Sat 19th Port Vale (a), Mon 21st Brentford (h), Sat 26th Rotherham United (a)
May: Sat 3rd Leyton Orient (h)
*All fixtures are subject to change

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