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on Mon, 07/27/2020 - 19:35

The 2019/20 EFL Championship season drew to a close on Wednesday night when all 24 of the biggest clubs in Britain completed the 46-game campaign, which lasted a full 355 days from its 2 August kickoff







Sky Sports have the exclusive rights to show all five Championship play-off matches live on its platform.

Swansea City take on Brentford in the semi-finals while Cardiff City battle it out with Fulham over two legs.

But with fans still unable to attend fixtures owing to the coronavirus pandemic, their only option to watch the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign is by tuning in on Sky.

The broadcast giants will show all four semi-final ties while they will also have full coverage of the final at Wembley on August 4.

iFollow or equivalent streaming packages purchased by season ticket holders only included regular season games and not play-off fixtures.

As a result of Sky's deal, none of the play-off games will be shown live on Swans TV or Cardiff City TV.


Sky customers will be able to watch all of the play-off matches as normal, although for those without Sky subscriptions, your best one-off option is to buy a NOW TV day pass.

How to watch the EFL Championship play-offs on TV
The Championship play-offs will be exclusive to Sky Sports. They take place between Sunday, July 26 and Thursday, August 4.

If you're not a Sky subscriber, you can access games with use of a .

Alternatively, Sky are also offering a variety of end-of-season deals on their sports packages. You can check them out at

Alternatively, monthly passes are available from £33.99.

If you've never used NOW TV before, you can access their Passes through iOS, Android, Chromecast, Windows, Mac, select LG and Samsung Smart TV's, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and various streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku TV

As for Swans TV customers, those in dark market countries where there is no oversees TV agreement in place will be able to watch.

The full play-off fixture dates and kick-off times are available below

These two clubs have met on 66 previous occasions, with Fulham leading the way in terms of wins, 28-25. There have been 13 draws.

They drew 1-1 in Cardiff in August before Fulham ran out 2-0 winners at Craven Cottage earlier this month, courtesy of a goal in each half from Mitrovic and Josh Onomah.

The hosts’ chances of taking a positive result back to Craven Cottage for the second leg on July 30 could largely depend on how effective they are in shackling the threat of the division’s top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic, who netted in both league matches between these teams during the regular season.

The absence of a fervent home crowd for such an important contest is a real blow for Cardiff, whose manager has attempted to heap pressure on Fulham ahead of this first leg by positioning his team as the plucky underdog against a big-spending opponent.

Parker’s men to shade a typically tense play-off affair and take a narrow lead back to the Cottage.