Doncaster first for Blackpool

Blackpool start the new Championship season away at newly-promoted Doncaster on 3 August.

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Paul Ince: Will be hoping to improve on last season's 15th-placed finish

Paul Ince: Will be hoping to improve on last season's 15th-placed finish

It presents a tricky start to the campaign for Blackpool, who are managed by former MK Dons and Blackburn boss Paul Ince.

The Lancashire side's first home game of the campaign is against another Yorkshire side, Barnsley, a week later.

In October they welcome a trio of Lancashire rivals with Bolton, Wigan and Blackburn all travelling to Bloomfield Road.

Ince's side, who finished 15th in the Championship last season, are at home against Leeds on Boxing Day and face a trip to Sheffield Wednesday at the start of 2014.

They close their campaign with a home fixture against Charlton on 3 May.

Click here to see Blackpool's full fixture list for the 2013/14 Championship season

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