Sky Blues to face Glovers

Coventry begin life in League One with a trip to Yeovil as the 2012-13 season gets under way on Saturday, August 18.

Last Updated: 18/06/12 at 12:58

Coventry: Face Yeovil in League One opener

Coventry: Face Yeovil in League One opener

Beaten play-off finalists Sheffield United are the first visitors to the Ricoh Arena (August 21) before Richie Barker's Bury come to town on August 25.

The Sky Blues' new local rivals Walsall arrive on December 8 with the reverse fixture at the Banks's Stadium planned for April 1.

A busy festive schedule sees Andy Thorn's men visit Stevenage on Boxing Day before a short journey to MK Dons on December 29 sets up a New Year's Day home clash against promoted Shrewsbury.

Brentford travel west from London on April 6, with a jaunt to Crawley arranged for April 13.

Leyton Orient visit on April 20 before City make a season-ending trip to Notts County on April 27.

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