EFL Play-offs: When are they? Who do Aston Villa face? Who will reach Wembley?
The EFL season ended last weekend with four teams from the Championship, League One and League Two all progressing to the end of season play-offs.
One team from each league will be promoted at Wembley during the end of May Bank Holiday weekend.
The Championship play-off final is often described as the richest game in football with Huddersfield earning at least £170million when they beat Reading last year.
But who will be victorious under the Arch this year?
Who has reached the EFL play-offs?
In the Championship, promotion is between Fulham, Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Derby.
Shrewsbury, Rotherham, Scunthorpe and Charlton will compete for a place in the Championship from League One.
Lincoln City were only promoted into the Football League from the National League last season and have made it into the League Two play-offs.
They are joined by Exeter, Notts County and Coventry.
When are the EFL play-off semi-finals?
Derby vs Fulham, May 11 (7.45pm)
Middlesbrough vs Aston Villa, May 12 (5.15pm)
Fulham vs Derby, May 14 (7.45pm)
Aston Villa vs Middlesbrough, May 15 (7.45pm)
Charlton vs Shrewsbury, May 10 (7.45pm)
Scunthorpe vs Rotherham, May 12 (12.30pm)
Shrewsbury vs Charlton, May 13 (5.15pm)
Rotherham vs Scunthorpe, May 16 (7.45pm)
Lincoln vs Exeter, May 12 (3.00pm)
Coventry vs Notts County, May 12 (7.30pm)
Exeter vs Lincoln, May 17 (7.45pm)
Notts County vs Coventry, May 18 (7.45pm)
When are the EFL play-off finals?
All finals will be played at Wembley across the last weekend in May.
It’s a Bank Holiday and traditionally hosts the three matches.
The Championship final goes first on Saturday May 26 at 5.00pm.
On Sunday May 27 it’s League One at 3.00pm with the League Two final 24 hours later.