REVEALED: Wanderers' 2022/23 League One fixture list in full

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REVEALED: Wanderers' 2022/23 League One fixture list in full
REVEALED: Wanderers' 2022/23 League One fixture list in full

Wanderers will kick off the 2022/23 League One season with a trip to Portman Road to face Ipswich Town on Saturday, July 30.

Ian Evatt’s men recorded an emphatic 5-2 victory in the fixture last term thanks to goals from Eoin Doyle, Josh Sheehan, George Johnston and a Dapo Afolayan brace.

The Whites host Derby County on Boxing Day following the Rams’ relegation from the Championship.

The sides haven’t met at the UniBol since September 2018 when Craig Noone was on target in a narrow 1-0 victory.

Wanderers make the trip across the Pennines to Oakwell Stadium to face Barnsley on New Year’s Day - another side who were relegated to the third tier last season.

The Whites head to Exeter on Friday, April 7 before hosting Cambridge three days later over the Easter weekend.

And Evatt's men end the campaign with a trip to Bristol Rovers, who were promoted from League Two on the final day in dramatic fashion.

Bolton ran out 2-0 winners on their last trip to the Memorial Stadium, with Luke Murphy and Daryl Murphy on target either side of half-time.

Other notable away trips include MK Dons on Tuesday, September 13, Portsmouth on Saturday, September 24, Derby on Saturday, January 21 and Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, March 18.

Here is the full fixture list for the 2022/23 League One season

July

  • Ipswich (A) - July 30

August

  • Wycombe (H) – August 6

  • Carabao Cup Round One – August 10

  • Port Vale (A) – August 13

  • Morecambe (H) – August 16

  • Sheff Wednesday (H) – August 20

  • Carabao Cup Round Two – August 24

  • Plymouth (A) – August 27

September

  • Charlton (H) – September 3

  • Cheltenham (A) – September 10

  • MK Dons (A) – September 13

  • Peterborough (H) – September 13

  • Portsmouth (A) – September 24

October

  • Lincoln (H) – October 1

  • Forest Green (A) – October 8

  • Barnsley (H) – October 15

  • Accrington (A) – October 22

  • Burton (H) – October 25

  • Oxford (H) – October 29

November

  • FA Cup Round One – November 5

  • Carabao Cup Round Three – November 9

  • Cambridge (A) – November 12

  • Fleetwood (A) – November 19

  • FA Cup Round Two – November 26

December

  • Bristol Rovers (H) – December 3

  • Shrewsbury (A) – December 10

  • Exeter (H) – December 17

  • Carabao Cup Round Four – December 21

  • Derby (H) – December 26

  • Lincoln (A) – December 29

January

  • Barnsley (A) – January 1

  • Forest Green (H) / FA Cup Round Three – January 7

  • Carabao Cup Round Five – January 11

  • Portsmouth (H) – January 14

  • Derby (A) – January 21

  • Carabao Cup Semi-final (1) – January 25

  • Charlton (A) / FA Cup Round Four – January 28

February

  • Carabao Cup Semi-Final (2) – February 1

  • Cheltenham (H) – February 4

  • Peterborough (A) – February 11

  • MK Dons (H) – February 14

  • Wycombe (A) – February 18

  • Port Vale (H) – February 25

  • Carabao Cup Final – February 26

March

  • FA Cup Round Five – March 1

  • Morecambe (A) – March 4

  • Ipswich (H) – March 11

  • Sheff Wednesday (A) / FA Cup Quarter-Final – March 18

  • Plymouth (H) – March 25

April

  • Accrington (H) – April 1

  • Exeter (A) – April 7

  • Cambridge (H) – April 10

  • Oxford (A) – April 15

  • Burton (A) – April 18

  • Shrewsbury (H) / FA Cup Semi-Final – April 22

  • Fleetwood (H) – April 29

May

  • Bristol Rovers (A) – May 6

June

  • FA Cup Final – June 3

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