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2018-19: The Miles

21 June 2018

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WE will travel a grand total of 12,098 miles for our 23 Sky Bet League One away games in the 2018-19 season.

Thirteen of the 23 away games involve round-trips of more than 500 miles, with Portsmouth and Bristol Rovers again being the only destinations where we travel less than 400 miles – and those matches come up on consecutive Saturdays!

The closest trip for the Pilgrims is away at Bristol Rovers on Saturday, September 8 – which still involves a 248-mile round-trip for both the team and supporters – a week after the 344-mile round-trip to Fratton Park for the first Dockyard Derby of the season.

THE FIVE SHORTEST ROUND-TRIPS
Saturday, September 8 v Bristol Rovers (248 miles)
Saturday September 1 v Portsmouth (344 miles)
Saturday, October 13 v Oxford United (410 miles)
Saturday, August 4 v Walsall (412 miles)
Wednesday, December 26 v AFC Wimbledon (422 miles)

OTHER MATCH-DAY MILEAGE
Saturday, August 18 v Coventry City (444 miles)
Saturday, January 26 v Wycombe Wanderers (444 miles)
Saturday, November 17 v Luton Town (462 miles)
Tuesday, November 27 v Shrewsbury Town (482 miles)
Saturday, December 29 v Burton Albion (482 miles)
Saturday, September 22 v Charlton Athletic (502 miles)
Friday, April 19 v Gillingham (512 miles)
Saturday, January 12 v Southend (534 miles)
Saturday, February 2 v Peterborough (568 miles)
Saturday, April 13 v Doncaster Rovers (590 miles)
Saturday, December 15 v Rochdale (598 miles)
Tuesday, October 2 v Barnsley (604 miles)
Saturday, April 27 v Accrington Stanley (624 miles)
Saturday, October 27 v Scunthorpe (636 miles)
Saturday, March 30 v Blackpool (640 miles)
Saturday, March 16 v Fleetwood Town (650 miles)
Saturday, February 16 v Bradford (660 miles)
Saturday, March 2 v Sunderland (806 miles)

All fixtures are subject to confirmation

More Fixtures Release Day coverage here.

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The Gaffer
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