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WANDERERS: Wycombe's fixtures announced for 2018/19 League One season

Wycombe Wanderers will open up their League One campaign with a home game against Blackpool on August 4.

The Chairboys face Gary Bowyer’s men at Adams Park in a hugely anticipated clash in south Bucks as Gareth Ainsworth’s men play League One football for the first time in almost a decade.

Their first away trip will be against Doncaster Rovers on August 11 before a home game the following week against Bristol Rovers.

Other notable fixtures include a home game against Luton Town on September 1, a local derby against Oxford at Adams Park on September 15 and an away trip to Sunderland on November 17.

On Boxing Day, Wycombe face a trip to newly-relegated Burton Albion and the final match of the season sees them pitted against Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town on May 4.

Fixtures:

Saturday 4th August

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Blackpool

Saturday 11th August

Doncaster Rovers15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Monday 13th August

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Bristol Rovers

Tuesday 21st August

Plymouth Argyle19:45Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 25th August

Bradford City15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 1st September

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Luton Town

Saturday 8th September

Charlton Athletic15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 15th September

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Oxford United

Saturday 22nd September

Portsmouth15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 29th September

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Southend United

Tuesday 2nd October

Fleetwood Town19:45Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 6th October

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Burton Albion

Saturday 13th October

Coventry City15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 20th October

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Scunthorpe United

Tuesday 23rd October

Wycombe Wanderers19:45Rochdale

Saturday 27th October

Walsall15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 3rd November

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Peterborough United

Saturday 17th November

Sunderland15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 24th November

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Shrewsbury Town

Tuesday 27th November

Accrington Stanley19:45Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 8th December

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Barnsley

Saturday 15th December

Gillingham15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 22nd December

Wycombe Wanderers15:00AFC Wimbledon

Wednesday 26th December

Burton Albion15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 29th December

Scunthorpe United15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Tuesday 1st January

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Coventry City

Saturday 5th January

Blackpool15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 12th January

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Doncaster Rovers

Saturday 19th January

Bristol Rovers15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 26th January

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Plymouth Argyle

Saturday 2nd February

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Bradford City

Saturday 9th February

Luton Town15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 16th February

Barnsley15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 23rd February

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Gillingham

Saturday 2nd March

Peterborough United15:00Wycombe Wanderers

Saturday 9th March

Wycombe Wanderers15:00Sunderland

Tuesday 12th March

Wycombe Wanderers19:45Accrington Stanley

Saturday 16th March

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2018-19 Fixtures: Doncaster Rovers – Seaside opener for Rovers with Wycombe first visitors to Keepmoat

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DONCASTER ROVERS have been handed an opening-day trip to the seaside, with the League One side to visit Chris Powell’s Southend United on Saturday, August 4.

It represents the start of a tough August for Rovers, who host promoted Wycombe Wanderers in their home opener on August 11 before visiting relegated Burton Albion on August 18.Back-to-back home games then follow with last season’s beaten League One play-off finalists Shrewsbury Town (August 21) and Portsmouth (August 25).A home derby with Bradford City lies in wait on September 22 while a glamour Keepmoat appointment with Sunderland – who will be visiting the venue for the first time in a league match – is scheduled for a midweek night in October – on October 23.The reverse fixture against the Black Cats takes place on Good Friday (April 19) when Rovers will make their first-ever league trip to the Stadium of Light.Rovers make the short journey to Oakwell to face neighbours Barnsley on November 24 and welcome the Reds at the Keepmoat on March 16.December sees Doncaster host rivals Scunthorpe United on December 15 and they hit the road for the festive fixtures, visiting Fleetwood on Boxing Day and seeing out 2018 with a long trek to Gillingham.Rovers start 2019 at home to Rochdale on New Year’s Day.Doncaster face the second part of the M180 derby at Scunthorpe on February 23 and head to Bradford on April 6.A home game with Coventry City is Rovers’ last appointment of the season on May 4.AUGUST4 Southend United A11 Wycombe Wanderers H15 Carabao Cup One18 Burton Albion A21 Shrewsbury Town H25 Portsmouth H29 Carabao Cup Round TwoSEPTEMBER1 Peterborough United A8 Luton Town H UEFA Nations League15 Walsall A22 Bradford City H26 Carabao Cup Round Three29 Plymouth Argyle AOCTOBER2 Accrington Stanley A6 Fleetwood Town H13 Rochdale A UEFA Nations League20 Gillingham H23 Sunderland H27 Coventry City A31 Carabao Cup Round FourNOVEMBER3 Charlton Athletic A10 Emirates FA Cup 117 A.F.C. Wimbledon H24 Barnsley A27 Blackpool HDECEMBER1 Emirates FA Cup 28 Bristol Rovers A15 Scunthorpe United H19 Carabao Cup Five22 Oxford United

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WANDERERS: Allsop signs three-year deal for Chairboys

Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has secured his second signing of the summer as the Chairboys prepare for life in League One, bringing goalkeeper Ryan Allsop back to the club on a three-year deal.

Allsop, 26, returns to Adams Park having made 18 appearances for Wycombe during a loan spell at the end of the 2015/16 season.

The keeper left Premier League side AFC Bournemouth at the conclusion of his contract last month and joins the Blues on a free transfer, following spells on loan at Blackpool and Lincoln City last season.

Ainsworth said: “Ryan was our number one priority when we started making plans for next season so I’m delighted to be able to bring him back to the club, but on a permanent deal this time.

“We know what he’s all about and I was really impressed with him during his time on loan here, so I’ve kept a close eye on his progress ever since. He’s a fantastic shot stopper but he’s also great in the air and his distribution is first class, which he proved when he played against us for Lincoln a couple of months ago.

“It’s a hugely important signing for us and with Yves Ma-Kalambay signed up already for next year, we have two excellent keepers on our books who can compete for the number one jersey.”

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