Wycombe Wanderers will begin their 2018/19 campaign at home against Blackpool when the Sky Bet League One season kicks off on Saturday 4th August.
Gareth Ainsworth's men head north to Doncaster Rovers for the first away game the following week before completing August with encounters with Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle and Bradford City.
The visit to Plymouth falls on a Tuesday evening, as do trips to Fleetwood Town and Accrington Stanley, while Rochdale and Accrington are lined up for midweek journeys to Adams Park.
Easter weekend consists of games at Rochdale on Good Friday before a home match with Walsall on the Monday, while Wanderers' festive period kicks off at home to AFC Wimbledon on 22nd December ahead of away games at Burton Albion on Boxing Day and Scunthorpe United three days later, before Coventry City head to Adams Park on New Year's Day.
The campaign will end at home to Fleetwood Town on Saturday 4th May, with all fixtures in the division on that day scheduled to kick off at 5.30pm.
Other eye-catching fixtures are those against Sunderland, with the game at the Stadium of Light scheduled for Saturday 17th November - though this date is an international weekend and could prompt a rearrangement if the Black Cats receive three or more call-ups.
Jack Ross's men then make their first ever visit to south Bucks on Saturday 9th March.
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Meanwhile, following iFollow’s successful introduction in 2017/18 for supporters based overseas, enhancements are being introduced to the live streaming platform ahead of the start of the new campaign at no extra cost to viewers.
Improved production values are being implemented across the online broadcasting service, providing Clubs with the scope to introduce bespoke commentary as well as on-screen graphics. Some midweek Championship matches will also benefit from a four camera setup while additional enhancements to iFollow include more in-game statistics via the app, mobile/desktop websites and an improved match centre.
Prices for the platform have been frozen at £110 for the season for overseas viewers, and International Season Pass subscriptions are on sale as of today. Supporters can find out details on how to subscribe by visiting your Club’s website.
In a second development, and in what is a first for English football, some Sky Bet EFL matches will also be made available to watch to supporters within the UK and Ireland throughout the 2018/19 season via iFollow.
This development has been made possible due to the new broadcast agreement with Sky which was agreed last year, whereby EFL Clubs have been granted the rights to stream games to a domestic audience, in addition to their followers overseas which has been available since the start of 2017/18.
EFL Clubs will be able to live-stream in the UK and Ireland any league match via their respective iFollow (or equivalent) service that takes place outside the blocked hours of 14.45-17.15 on Saturday afternoons and that is not broadcast live on Sky Sports. Fixtures taking place on Bank Holidays or Easter will be unavailable for streaming. Sky Sports will have the right to stream the same Championship fixtures to subscribers across their interactive and digital services.
Details of how to access EFL matches domestically will be announced in due course.