Shrews first up for Dons

MK Dons begin their plot for promotion from League One with a trip to Shrewsbury on August 3.

Last Updated: 19/06/13 at 13:15

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Greenhous Meadow: Hosting the Dons for opening-day clash

The Dons, who disappointingly fell short of the play-offs last season, then host Crewe before visiting Preston on August 17.

They make the short trip to Peterborough on September 21, with the return clash on March 15.

Christmas is spent on the road with a Boxing Day trip to Crawley followed by a jaunt to the capital to take on Brentford on December 29.

They host Colchester on New Year's Day while Easter weekend sees a visit to Port Vale and the return game with Brentford.

Their final game of the season is against Leyton Orient at home on May 3.

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