There are plenty of fantastic fixtures to look forward to as EFL action resumes this weekend. We've picked out some of the standout match-ups below...
LEEDS UNITED v SHEFFIELD UNITED
A game which needs no introduction, Leeds United v Sheffield United has all the makings of a classic. The hosts sit second in the table, with the visitors just two points and one place behind them ahead of Saturday's early kick-off. The Blades are the only Championship side to have enjoyed more possession than Leeds in a league game this season, but all that will count here is the final result.
ROTHERHAM UNITED v NORWICH CITY
This is a clash which could have a big impact on both ends of the Championship table. Norwich could find themselves in second place depending on Leeds' result by the time they kick off at Rotherham, who themselves will have a close eye on the standings, with just goal difference currently keeping them in the drop zone. Both Clubs have players in fine form; the Canaries' Emi Buendia has been involved in 10 goals in his last 10 league games, while Rotherham defender Semi Ajayi has scored six in nine league appearances.
WIGAN ATHLETIC v BOLTON WANDERERS
A derby clash with more than just bragging rights at stake, Bolton's trip to the DW Stadium could go a long way to deciding the fate of both Clubs this season. Wigan sit just above the relegation zone on goal difference, while victory for Bolton here could cut the gap between the teams to just four points. Wigan have won a league-high 83 per cent of their points at home, while Bolton have lost nine of their last 10 away games in all competitions.
Here are this weekend's Championship fixtures in full:
DONCASTER ROVERS v BARNSLEY
Friday night's fixture looks an excellent one on paper, with second-placed Barnsley heading to sixth-placed Doncaster. Rovers' home form has been superb of late, but no side has taken more points in League One than Barnsley since the turn of the year, setting up what promises to be a cracker at the Keepmoat Stadium. Victory for the away side could bring them to within two points of league leaders Luton Town.
OXFORD UNITED v BRADFORD CITY
Oxford and Bradford occupy two of the four spots at the bottom of the League One table, making this a crucial clash, with games running out. The Us sit 21st, with goal difference keeping them the wrong side of the trap door, with Bradford currently four points behind. It's on the road where the Bantams could really use a boost, having won just one of their last 15 away games in all competitions. Can they secure a vital victory here?
BRISTOL ROVERS v CHARLTON ATHLETIC
Two sides with plenty to play for, both Bristol Rovers and Charlton Athletic will be desperate for three points here. While recent results have gone some way to helping their respective positions, nothing is certain yet, with Charlton occupying fifth place and Rovers just three points above the relegation zone after three consecutive wins. The hosts have conceded the fewest goals from set-pieces in League One this season, while the visitors have scored the most. Who will come out on top?
Here are this weekend's League One fixtures in full:
EXETER CITY v COLCHESTER UNITED
Ninth and seventh in the table respectively, and separated by just two points, Exeter and Colchester are still in the Play-Off mix, despite some shaky recent form. Both sides go into this one on the back of a defeat, but will be hoping for three points here to re-ignite their promotion charge. Exeter will be looking to avoid a third straight home defeat for the first time since September 2016, and will be encouraged by the fact they haven't lost on home soil against Colchester in their last five EFL meetings.
YEOVIL v MACCLESFIELD TOWN
It's a real relegation six-pointer at Huish Park, as 22nd-placed Yeovil host bottom-of-the-league Macclesfield on Saturday afternoon, both having lost back-to-back league games. Yeovil have never beaten Macclesfield in the EFL in five attempts, and will be hoping Sol Campbell's Silkmen don't pick up three points here, with the gap between the sides six points heading into kick-off. The result here really could be crucial...
MANSFIELD TOWN v LINCOLN CITY
The 60th EFL meeting between these two sides has so much riding on it, with both Clubs going for automatic promotion from League Two. As it stands, Mansfield are in third place, above MK Dons on goal difference only, while league leaders Lincoln are five points clear of second-placed Bury and could move a step closer to glory with a win here. Mansfield have won five home games in a row - a sixth would really make things interesting!
Here are this weekend's League Two fixtures in full:
All games are Saturday, 3:00pm kick-offs unless stated otherwise.