AFC Wimbledon have been drawn against MK Dons in the first round of the Carabao Cup, while newly-promoted Salford City will face Leeds.
Football League newcomers Salford will open the Sky Bet League Two season against Stevenage, live on Sky Sports.
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Stevenage rounded off their season with a 2-0 home win over Cheltenham, but it was not enough to snatch a play-off place.
MK Dons win promotion from League Two as Notts County's defeat sees them relegated to the National League. Macclesfield survive.
Stevenage are likely to be without duo Danny Newton and Jamal Campbell-Ryce as the promotion-hopefuls take on Cheltenham on Saturday in the Sky Bet League Two.
Listen to the EFL Matters podcast, as Ali Maxwell and George Elek from the 'Not The Top 20 podcast' and Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder join David Prutton.
Cheltenham survived a late scare to maintain their fine home form with a 3-2 win over Swindon.
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Cheltenham have injury concerns ahead of their derby game with Swindon.
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Norwich and Leeds have three players each in PFA Championship Team of the Year, Barnsley have five players in League One while Lincoln and Bury dominate in League Two.
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Morecambe crushed Cheltenham 4-0 with a fine display at the Globe Arena.
Morecambe midfielder Aaron Wildig could return to contention for the home game against Cheltenham.
Cheltenham and Oldham played out a 0-0 draw to severely dent the Latics' outside chance of a late play-off charge in Sky Bet League Two.
Watch highlights from all of Good Friday's Sky Bet League Two matches here...
Listen to the EFL Matters podcast, as former West Brom boss Darren Moore joins David Prutton.
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