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I'd like one of the easy beats at home like Barra or Harrogate, or away to Bradford, nice local trip to kick off the season.
you just know that you'll get a traditional "non-league" team to welcome you back.... we got Stevenage. Sutton on the other hand as a newbie will get a match against someone the fixture compilers think they can beat... like Scunthorpe (Harrogate got Southend last year)
 

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They must really hate us - we've got Stevenage again FFS - at least it's away this time....

Followed by the Mark Simpson Derby at Home v's Pools
 
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salford at home on boxing day. bumper crowd of 250 in the away end.
 

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Northampton away opening game. Personally speaking it’s the easiest fixture for me to get to so not too unhappy with that. Walsall on 23rd November at VP will be a good one depending how both teams are doing.
 

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Stevenage away, there's a pandemic going on, FFS.
 

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God those fixtures look dull this season.

Northampton Away to try and keep our opening day run going to 17 years and tricky home start against Tranmere. Hopefully my first game since Feb 2020 (aside from England - Germany next week!)
 

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Exeter away first - nowt like a 300 mile journey to get the season going. Then, it’s down to Stevenage 3 days later on’t Tuesday night.

Harrogate at home on Boxing Day ain’t too shabby.

Tranmere and Hartlepool on Tuesday nights.

Jesus wept.
 

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our fixtures are shit really. away first and last game, and salford at home on boxing day.

hartlepool away on good friday could be a bit of a saviour - i used to go to hartlepool with my grandparents every summer but it's been a good 15 years since I've been. I'd love to go back and a long weekend/vale away game looks perfect
 

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Happy to start at home, although expect a tough game against Walsall. Hopefully Manny has one his off days. Only downside of ours is Oldham away on a Tuesday night in December but other than that it looks good. Orient away last game could be a cracker.
 

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Bristol Rovers away on Boxing Day is full of Christmas magic. Almost as much as Newport away on a Tuesday in December.
 

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Away to Oldham first, and finally a local game on boxing day, home to FGR.


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IF the pitch is finished :)

Hopefully it’ll be done for our visit in December. Newport away is my Christmas present to myself.
 

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Shit game to start - Scunthorpe away - shit game to finish - Walsall away and 44 other shit games in the middle.

The very definition of a huge shit sandwich.

Mmmmmm!
 

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First game Harrogate away. Never played them. First FL fixture there with fans in. Presumably limited capacity and all-ticket.

Whoop-ti-doo...
 

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Shit game to start - Scunthorpe away - shit game to finish - Walsall away and 44 other shit games in the middle.

The very definition of a huge shit sandwich.

Mmmmmm!

It isn't a sandwich if all ingredients are the same.
 

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Glad to be at home for the first and last game and also boxing day.

New year’s day is away at rochdale and the last away game is salford which are both local anyway.

Though we’ve newport the first away games who’ll no doubt injure half our team
 

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The Dazzler could answer his Walsall critics by winning promotion at the Bescot Stadium...
 

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Relegation six pointer on the first day for us
 

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Mammoth trip to Carlisle to start the season, with a mammoth trip to Hartlepool to finish it. Nothing stands out.
 

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Should be a good crowd at Sixfields if the restrictions are lifted and there are no limits

With Vale’s positive buzz and a short trip for them I’d be expecting a sold out away end
 

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Should be a good crowd at Sixfields if the restrictions are lifted and there are no limits

With Vale’s positive buzz and a short trip for them I’d be expecting a sold out away end

Should be, we didn't get any games last season with fans so you'd think we will have huge demand for the first games back.
 

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