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The Sky Blues, who went into administration last season and finished in mid-table, then host Bristol City before another long trip to Carlisle on August 17.

They visit Wolves on October 19 and then Walsall on October 26, with the return fixtures against Kenny Jackett's men on April 26 - their final home game of the season - and the Saddlers on February 1.

The festive period sees home games with Peterborough on Boxing Day and Oldham on December 29, while they visit Rotherham on New Year's Day.

They host Swindon on Easter Saturday, visiting Oldham 48 hours later, and their season concludes with a trip to Sheffield United on May 3.

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