Thomas Frank's Bees will travel 5,722 miles over the course of the 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship season, a reduction of more than 400 miles from last term.
It's the first campaign since promotion to the second tier that our mileage to away games will be under 6,000 miles, and is more than 1,200 miles fewer than we did two seasons ago.
Leeds United's promotion, coupled with relegation for Hull City and Wigan Athletic mean there are now just three trips of 400 miles or more, those coming for games at Middlesbrough, Blackburn Rovers, and Preston North End.
Of the six new sides in the second tier for the 20/21 season, only Rotherham United is a round trip of more than 300 miles. Two of our new opponents this season, Wycombe Wanderers and Watford see less than 60-mile round trips.
The nine-miles between us and Queens Park Rangers is again the closest of the season with Millwall, Reading, and Luton Town all seeing journeys of 70 miles or less.
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