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Bitter rivals AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons have been drawn to play each other in the first round of the Capital One Cup next season.
AFC Wimbledon was set up by supporters of the old Wimbledon after the club rebranded and relocated to Milton Keynes.
It will be the second time the teams have faced each other. MK Dons won their previous meeting in the FA Cup in December 2012 in injury time.
The tie will take place at Stadium MK during the week commencing August 11th.
Watch archive footage of fans anger when Wimbledon FC was relocated to Milton Keynes, to later become MK Dons.
Hundreds of AFC Wimbledon fans are expected to boycott their first ever match against MK Dons.
The teams are set to meet in the second round of the FA Cup after MK Dons beat Cambridge City last night.
The clubs share a bitter history, dating back 10 years when the original Wimbledon FC was relocated to Milton Keynes.
It later became MK Dons - while the AFC side was formed by fans unhappy with that decision.
MK Dons have secured a first-ever meeting with AFC Wimbledon after beating Cambridge City in their first-round replay.
AFC Wimbledon were formed in 2002 by fans who were unhappy with the decision to grant permission to the old Wimbledon FC to move to Milton Keynes.
When Wimbledon FC relocated to Milton Keynes, the club's supporters were left heartbroken.
Wimbledon changed their name to MK Dons, while the fans back in South London set up a new team AFC Wimbledon.
Now the two clubs could meet for the first time - in the second round of the FA Cup.
Wimbledon football historian David McKnight and Dave Bassett, former manager of Wimbledon FC, talk to Rags Martel.