PROMOTION and relegation WILL happen in all EFL divisions, regardless of whether or not the season is cancelled.
And all three leagues will also hold play-offs, including League Two – which has now ended its season but will stage semi-finals next week.
When are the EFL play-offs and will they go ahead?
The EFL play-offs have been postponed from their original May dates with all football put back to June.
However, every division will hold play-offs, including the now-abandoned League Two.
When are the League Two play-offs?
League Two play-off dates are as follows:
Thursday 18th June
Colchester United v Exeter City (5.15pm)
Northampton Town v Cheltenham Town (7.45pm)
Monday 22nd June
Exeter City v Colchester United (5.15pm)
Cheltenham Town v Northampton Town (8.00pm)
Monday 29th June
Final (7.30pm) – Wembley Stadium
When are the Championship play-offs?
Championship play-off dates have yet to be confirmed but will take place after the conclusion of the season on Wednesday 22nd July.
When are the League One play-offs?
League One has joined League Two in voting to end the season with promotion and relegation.
Play-off dates are due to be announced imminently and will likely take place before the end of the month.
How can I watch on TV and online?
EVERY play-off match will this season be shown live on Sky Sports.
Each semi-final is also broadcast on the platform.
While if you want to stream, subscribers can download the Sky Go app to watch wherever they are.
Alternatively, non-Sky customers can purchase a NOW TV day pass from just £9.99 to gain access to every Sky Sport channel for 24 hours.
Will the EFL play-offs be behind closed doors?
The League Two play-off semi-finals and finals will take place behind closed doors.
That is highly likely to be the case for the Championship and League One as well but has yet to be confirmed.
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