Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday can now fully begin their preparations for the new season after the EFL fixtures were released this morning.
All 72 Football League clubs discovered who they will be facing in the 2018/19 curtain raiser, with the new campaign getting underway on the weekend of August 3-5.
Sheffield United will begin their season at home to newly-relegated Swansea before travelling to QPR the following Saturday.
Sheffield Wednesday, meanwhile, start their campaign away at newly-promoted Wigan Athletic after the Latics claimed the League One title last term.
The Steel City Derby is scheduled to take place at Bramall Lane on November 10, before Hillsborough hosts the reverse fixture on March 2.
Chris Wilder’s Blades side rocked to a 4-2 victory at Hillsborough last season before Jos Luhukay led his Owls to a 0-0 stalemate at Bramall Lane in what was his first match in charge.
The Dutchman took over the reigns from Carlos Carvalhal in January and steadied the ship at S6 to finish 15th in the league table.
United, fresh off their League One title-winning campaign, narrowly fell short of the play-offs before ending up in a more than respectable 10th place and have already added impressive young goalkeeper Dean Henderson to his squad on a season-long loan from Manchester United.
Other notable fixtures include a Boxing Day trip to Middlesbrough for the Owls while Derby County visit the Blades in the festive fixture.
United host Leeds United on December 1 and Rotherham on March 9.
The Owls, meanwhile, entertain Leeds on September 29 with Rotherham visiting on December 8.
The season will finish on May 4 2019, where the Owls host QPR and United travel to Stoke City, who ended their 10-year stay in the Premier League.
Dates are subject to change depending on television schedules and weather.