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Dates confirmed for EFL playoffs

The Playoff Semi-Final and Final dates have been confirmed across all three divisions on the EFL.

Derby County, Middlesbrough are fighting to keep their Championship playoff spots, with Millwall, Bristol City, Sheffield United, Brentford and Preston North End also got their eyes set on claiming one of them.

Blackburn, Shrewsbury and Wigan are all assured of at least a League One playoff place.

Rotherham, Plymouth and Charlton are fighting to keep their playoff spots, with Portsmouth, Peterborough, Scunthorpe and a few others with an outside chance also got their eyes set on claiming one of them.

Accrington and Luton are assured of at least a League Two playoff place with Wycombe and Exeter close to joining them.

Notts County, Lincoln City and Coventry City are fighting to keep their playoff spots, with Mansfield Town, Swindon Town, Carlisle United and Colchester United, and Crawley Town with an outside chance also got their eyes set on claiming one of them.

Check out the full schedule below…



The proposed 2017/18 Playoff Semi-Final schedule is as follows:*

Championship
Friday 11th May: Championship A – 7:45pm
Saturday 12th May: Championship B – 5:15pm
Monday 14th May: Championship A – 7:45pm
Tuesday 15th May: Championship B – 7:45pm

League One
Thursday 10th May: League One A – 7:45pm
Saturday 12th May: League One B – 12:30pm
Sunday 13th May: League One A – 5:15pm
Wednesday 16th May: League One – 7:45pm

League Two
Saturday 12th May: League Two – 3pm
Saturday 12th May: League Two – 7:30pm
Thursday 17th May: League Two – 7:45pm
Friday 18th May: League Two – 7:45pm

Playoff Finals
Saturday 26th May: Championship Final – 5pm
Sunday 27th May: League One Final – 3pm
Monday 28th May: League Two Final – 3pm

*Kick-off times subject to change based on police intelligence say the EFL.

 

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