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.
Whilst most of the world is currently in lockdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we caught up with OL Reign and England star – Jodie Taylor to discuss her amazing career in Women’s Football.
Manchester City look to reach their third consecutive Carabao Cup Final as they meet Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium, in the second leg of their semi-final.
Tranmere Rovers welcome Watford to Prenton Park to settle the final spot in this season’s FA Cup Fourth Round, with a home tie against Manchester United on Sunday up for grabs.
Manchester United welcome Wolves to Old Trafford to settle their Third Round tie as both teams look to progress to the Fourth Round, where either Tranmere or Watford await.
Bournemouth welcome Watford to the Vitaly Stadium in a crunch relegation showdown in the opening Super Sunday match.
Brentford will host Leicester City in the Fourth Round of this season’s FA Cup, which sees several top Premier League teams drawn away from home.
Watford look to continue to their ‘Great Escape’ attempt as they welcome Wolves to Vicarage Road.
Defending champions, Manchester City will begin their FA Cup title defence at home to Port Vale in the Third Round.
Solihull Moors will take on League One’s Rotherham United in the Second Round of this season’s FA Cup.
After a lively FA Cup weekend, the Carabao Cup takes centre stage this midweek as Tottenham Hotspur kick off the Semi-Finals against Chelsea at Wembley.
With festive fixtures now over, its time for the most magical weekend of 2019 as the FA Cup Third Round kicks off at Prenton Park, where Tranmere Rovers host Tottenham Hotspur.
Tonight saw the FA Cup Third Round Draw take place as the big boys of Premier League and Championship join this competition, as six non league teams remain in the draw.
Highlights from Good Friday’s Sky Bet League One & Two and National League fixture lists.