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How League Two Is Shaping Up For 2018-19

16 May 2018

A little look at League Two after our promotion last weekend

A new season will be fast upon us and it will be a different division for us after our fantastic Promotion Final victory last weekend at Wembley Stadium.

Rovers were promoted back into the EFL after three seasons in the National League and so will feature in the Sky Bet League Two in 2018-19.

So, let's take a little look at what to expect from this division, which clubs we'll be facing and which grounds we'll be visiting next term.

Three teams we won't be playing are Accrington Stanley, Luton Town and Wycombe Wanderers who all gained promotion from the division in 2017-18 and we extend our congratulations to them.

Relegated from League Two at the end of the season were Chesterfield and Barnet, and they will both line up in the National League.

There will be a number of local matches with Crewe Alexandra (according to Google Maps) the shortest journey at 40 miles, while at the opposite end of the scale, the longest journey to be made will be the 257-mile trip to John McGreal's Colchester United.

The League Two play-offs are still to be played with Exeter City, Notts County, Coventry City and Lincoln City all involved, so we won't be facing one of those clubs.

So, there's plenty to look forward to as we prepare for our first season back in the Football League.


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