Brighton & Hove Albion and MK Dons fans will join other football fans around the country in a period of reflection ahead of Saturday's Championship match between the two clubs at the Amex.
This weekend is Remembrance Sunday and fans will be asked to remember those services personnel who've made the ultimate sacrifice for the country in conflicts around the world.
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Chris Hughton and MK Dons boss Karl Robinson will place poppy wreaths on behalf of each set of supporters ahead of the game, and they will be joined pitchside by the family of Albion fan Lance Corporal Jay Brynin who lost his life in serving in Helmand Province in 2013.
The Royal British Legion will also be present at the match, and supporters are asked to arrive in their seats at 2.45pm to join the tribute.
Albion's players will wear shirts carrying the poppy motif, and these will be auctioned to raise funds for the Royal British Legion.
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