There could be one promotion, two relegated and one title won on Good Friday in the Sky Bet EFL. Here you can follow and track all Sky Sports activities …
Last updated: 19/04/19 17:40
We've reached a critical phase of The Run In, with a potential promotion, relegation and title rating that can be won on Good Friday in the Sky Bet EFL.
Here we guide you through the permutations and how to track the Championship, League One and League Two Sky sports…
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Who can go up or down on Friday?
Norwich can complete the promotion on Friday if Sheffield United lose against Nottingham Forest (12.30) and the Canaries beat Sheffield (19.45) on Wednesday.
Leeds are second and three points ahead of Sheffield United. You can get a step closer to automatic promotion and win Wigan at 3pm – live on Sky Sports Football Red Button,
Ipswich have already descended and Bolton will be with them on Friday when they lose to Aston Villa. The trotters are 10 points behind the target, so a win may not be enough to save their championship status if other results go against them.
Luton The PhD can not be completed yet, but they can come a step closer to the championship this weekend. There are seven points between yourself and Sunderland in the third direction in their journey to Accrington on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports Football.
The race for the second automatic promotion spot is much closer. Barnsley (2.), Sunderland (3.), Portsmouth (4th) and Charlton (5th) have booked at least one play-off place, but all are just three points ahead of Friday.
Bradford could have relegated on Friday if they do not beat Coventry and other results go against them.
Lincoln have already sealed the promotion and a win at Carlisle on Friday will also guarantee the League 2 title. You are 10 points away To bury and 11 free from Mansfield to play with only four games.
Bury, Mansfield, MK Dons and Tranmere Only three points separate the Easter weekend, with only two points guaranteed for automatic promotion.
Down on the ground Macclesfield (39 points) Yeovil (37) and Notts County (37) continue their struggle for survival, with two of the three likely to go down, though nothing can be resolved on Friday.
There are still up and relegation issues on Good Friday in the Sky Bet EFL. Apart from the relegated Ipswich, Blackburn and Grimsby are the only two teams that really have nothing mathematical left this season.
Which EFL games are live on Sky Sports?
This Friday you can watch seven Sky Bet EFL matches live across the street Sky sports, We have four games live Sky Sports Football and three more championship games available via the Red Button and the mobile app.
iOS users: Download the Sky Sports app from the App Store
Android users: Download the Sky Sports app from the Play Store
Sky Sports Football Customers can watch every match live on the internet Sky sports App – Just log in to your Sky iD to see the latest version of the app.
Here are the games you can watch and where:
For Sky Q customers, the Red button games are available in HD quality and service is available at no extra cost.
How else can I follow the EFL on Sky Sports?
You can follow all EFL actions on Friday with our live blogs on our digital platforms that cover all the goals you are tracking, keeping you up to date, updating all changes, and incorporating the goals of all the games live Sky Sports Football,
On our digital platforms, you can see highlights from every single EFL game shortly after full time.
Football special will also be live from 14 clock Sky Sports NewsHere you can follow all actions and see the goals of the championship a moment after the kick-off at 15.00 clock.
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