It was another weekend of exciting action across the EFL's three divisions, with plenty of big results recorded on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
The EFL was saddened to learn of the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at the age of 99.
The EFL action resumes on Friday evening, with the respective battles for promotion and against relegation heating up across the three divisions.
The EFL can confirm that a total of 5804 players and Club staff from all 72 EFL Clubs were tested as part of last week’s testing programme, with 3 positive cases returned.
Wigan Athletic’s administrators have today concluded all outstanding matters in respect of the change of control required to formally place the Club under new ownership.
The EFL can confirm that a total of 4919 players and Club staff from all 72 EFL Clubs were tested as part of last week’s testing programme, with 3 positive cases returned.
With the international break in full swing, it was business as usual for the majority of Clubs in Sky Bet League One and League Two on Saturday.
It was a night to remember for Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins, as the former LFE apprentice and Exeter City player found the back of the net on his senior England debut.
It's business as usual for Clubs in Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two this weekend, during the international break!
One year on from the first Covid-19 lockdown, the EFL can confirm that it has recorded zero positive test results for the first time.
Six-goal thrillers, last-minute equalisers and derby-day wins. It was another dramatic day of action across the EFL!
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It's time to get ready for the weekend's EFL action once again!
The EFL can confirm that a total of 5533 players and Club staff from all 72 EFL Clubs were tested as part of last week’s testing programme, with 25 positive cases returned.
Clive Sheldon QC’s report illustrates the devastating impact that child abuse within football has had on survivors and continues to have on their everyday lives.