Blades and Magpies kick season off with historic match
Sheffield United and Notts County kick-off the start of the League One season with a mouth-watering clash at Bramall Lane on Friday.
The game - being shown live on Sky Sports 1HD at 7.45pm - sees David Weir's first competitive game as boss of the Blades, while Magpies manager Chris Kiwomya is in his first full season in charge.
The fixture was selected to mark the 125th anniversary of the Football League and sees the oldest club visit the oldest ground in the league.
In Saturday's action, Bristol City host Bradford City at Ashton Gate with both sides looking to get off to a good start in their new division.
The Robins were relegated from the Championship last term, while Phil Parkinson's Bantams earned promotion via the League Two play-offs.
Carlisle United finished last season 17th in League One and will be aiming for an improved performance this term, while Leyton Orient will be looking to go a step further from their seventh-placed finish and push for the play-offs.
Coventry City's off-field problems got worse this week with the club going into liquidation and Steven Pressley's side will be hoping to give fans something to cheer about on the pitch in their visit to Crawley Town.
Newly-promoted Rotherham United travel to Crewe Alexandra aiming to get off to a good start, while fellow promoted side Gillingham - who won League Two last season - host Colchester United, who just stayed up in 20th position.
Darren Ferguson's Peterborough United suffered final-day relegation from the Championship and will be looking to put this agony behind them with a good start against Swindon Town.
Micky Adams' newly-promoted Port Vale kick-off against Brentford, who will be aiming to bounce back from the heartbreak of their 2-1 League One play-off final defeat to Yeovil.
Kenny Jackett's first competitive game in charge of Wolves is a visit to Preston, who will be hoping manager Simon Grayson can add North End to his promotions from League One after successfully taking up Blackpool, Leeds and Huddersfield from the division in recent years.
MK Dons narrowly missed out on the play-offs in eighth last term and will look to push on at Shrewsbury, who will be aiming to improve on their 16th-placed finish last season.
Oldham also faced a battle to stay up - eventually finishing 19th - and Lee Johnson's side take on fellow strugglers Stevenage, who finished 18th.
Walsall and Tranmere finished last season in the top-half and will be aiming for more of the same this term.