Sky Sports has added 11 more live EFL games to its schedule, with Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Sunderland in front of the cameras in August.
Reading are leading the race to sign AFC Wimbledon striker Joe Pigott, according to Sky sources.
Sky Sports has added 12 more live EFL games to its schedule, featuring Leeds vs Derby and MK Dons' clash with AFC Wimbledon.
Reading start their Sky Bet Championship season against Sheffield Wednesday on August 3.
The Sky Bet EFL fixtures for 2019/20 are out this morning. Look back at the announcement and all the reaction here.
Newly-promoted Luton Town kick-off the 2019/20 Sky Bet Championship season at home to Middlesbrough on Friday, August 2, live on Sky Sports Football.
Reading face a fight to keep hold of manager Jose Gomes, with several clubs including an unnamed Premier League club keen to appoint him.
With the Championship regular season behind us, we take a look at the players who will, currently, find themselves out of contract in July.
Birmingham's Lukas Jutkiewicz has won the Championship Power Rankings - but who was your club's top player this term, according to the stats?
With the regular Championship season over and the playoffs looming, WhoScored.com take a look at their team of the season.
We take a look at how the Sky Bet Championship table would look if all of David Prutton's predictions had come true...
Reading and Birmingham fought out a low-key 0-0 Championship draw at Madejski Stadium as John O'Shea's career came to an end.
Norwich win the Sky Bet Championship title on the final day of the season as Derby secure the final play-off spot. Highlights here.
Reading defender John O'Shea will be hoping to return from injury in time to make his final professional appearance when Reading host Birmingham.
WhoScored.com pick out the best April XI in the Sky Bet Championship based on performances.
David Prutton returns with his Sky Bet Championship predictions ahead of the final day of fixtures, but who is he tipping for victory?
Fans from all 24 Sky Bet Championship clubs rate their 2018/19, their star player, how the manager did and their hopes for next season.
Listen to the EFL Matters podcast, as Ali Maxwell and George Elek from the 'Not The Top 20 podcast' and Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder join David Prutton.
Reading have paid their players and staff in full after blaming a payment error on the Hong Kong bank holiday.
Reading defender John O'Shea will retire at the end of the season.
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