English Football League (EFL) have confirmed details of the 2019-20 Sky Bet League One Play-Offs, with all five matches exclusively live on Sky Sports.
Fifth-placed finishers, Portsmouth will play host to Oxford United at Fratton Park in the first leg of their play-off semi-final on Friday 3 July, with a 5:30pm (BST) kick off.
Wycombe Wanderers will then visit Fleetwood Town in a 7:30pm (BST) kick off on the same evening, after Wanderers leapt from eighth to third by virtue of Points-Per-Game (PPG) rule having played one less game than their play-off rivals.
The return legs will be played three days later on Monday 6 July, with Oxford’s home clash against Portsmouth moved to 5pm (BST), to allow for possibility of extra time and penalties if needed.
Wycombe will then conclude the semi-final action as they take on Fleetwood at Adams Park, once again with a 7:30pm (BST) kick-off just like the first leg at Fleetwood’s Highbury Stadium.
Both play-off winners will then meet in the Final just a week later at Wembley Stadium on Monday 13 July, in a 7:30pm (BST) kick-off of which the winners will secure promotion to next season’s Championship.
All five play-off games will be played behind closed doors and available to watch live on Sky Sports, or on iFollow for season ticket holders, although it will be £10 for a match pass if don’t hold a season ticket at any of the four play-off contenders.
Coventry City and Rotherham United are already promoted following Tuesday’s ‘overwhelming majority’ decision to end the regular season on a PPG basis, and will play in 2020-21 Championship next season alongside the League One play-off winner.
Tranmere Rovers, Southend United and Bolton Wanderers meanwhile have been relegated to League Two for next season, and will be replaced by Swindon, Crewe Alexandra, Plymouth Argyle plus the winning League Two play-off team.