Lengthy trip for Orient

Leyton Orient have been handed an opening-day League One visit to Carlisle on August 3.

Last Updated: 19/06/13 at 10:41

Brunton Park: Hosting the O's for opening-day clash

Brunton Park: Hosting the O's for opening-day clash

The O's, who just fell short of the play-offs last term, then welcome Shrewsbury to Brisbane Road before a trip up the A1 to Stevenage on August 17.

A visit across London to Brentford comes on September 21, with the Bees making the return journey on March 15.

They will spend Christmas on the road with a Boxing Day trip to Gillingham followed three days later by a visit to Molineux to take on Wolves.

Bristol City visit on January 1 while the Easter weekend sees fixtures against Crawley away and Wolves at home.

Their final home game is against Tranmere while the season concludes with a visit to MK Dons.

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