The Play-offs: When, Who and where can I watch?
We’ve seen fans rejoicing at automatic promotion and agonise at their clubs relegation this past weekend.
So as the season comes to the end, it’s the playoffs that take centre-stage. While fans get excited over the thrills and spills, it’s the gaffers that try to avoid the ‘P word’ all season.
But as we come to the crunch – there’s no hiding the importance of promotion, with three games separating each team from overwhelming delight or utter despair.
That being said, let’s have a look who’s made it and how you can catch all the play-off action live.
When are the play-offs?
Tuesday, May 14: West Brom vs Aston Villa (8pm)
Wednesday, May 15: Leeds vs Derby (7.45pm)
Monday, May 27: Championship final (3pm)
Leeds – 9/5
West Brom – 7/2
Derby – 9/2
Thursday, May 16: Portsmouth vs Sunderland (7.45pm)
Friday, May 17: Charlton Athletic vs Doncaster Rovers (7.45pm)
Sunday, May 26: League One final (3pm)
Charlton – 9/4
Portsmouth – 12/5
Sunderland – 12/5
Doncaster – 4/1
Sunday, May 12: Mansfield Town vs Newport County (6pm)
Monday, May 13: Forest Green Rovers vs Tranmere Rovers (7.35pm)
Saturday, May 25: League Two final (3pm)
Mansfield Town – 6/5
Forest Green Rovers – 5/2
Tranmere Rovers – 11/4
Newport County – 4/1
What TV channel are the EFL Play-offs on?
All the playoff matches will be shown live by Sky Sports and fans can live stream via the Sky Go app on mobiles, tablets and PCs.
Sky Sports passes are available from NowTV.
View the latest EFL odds.
All odds and markets correct as of the date of publication