After a season filled with drama, the 2018-19 EFL campaign comes to an end at the home of football as six teams compete for promotion up the football pyramid.
It all kicks off on Saturday afternoon, as Newport County and Tranmere Rovers face off in the League Two final. County kept their nerve to seal their place in the final with a 5-3 penalty shootout victory over Forest Green Rovers, whilst their Merseyside opponents reached Wembley with a 2-1 aggregate win over Mansfield.
On Sunday it’s the turn of the League One sides, as Charlton Athletic and Sunderland clash for the right to play in the Championship next season. The Addicks also needed penalties to make it to the final after their drama-filled Semi-Final with Doncaster Rovers ended 4-4 on aggregate. Their opponents will be looking to bounce back from relegation at the first time of asking, with a narrow 1-0 win over Portsmouth confirming their place in the final two.
The season comes to a close on Bank Holiday Monday, as Championship sides Aston Villa and Derby County meet in what’s regarded as one of the most lucrative matches in football, with a place in the Premier League and the riches that come with it on the line. Villa saw off West Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion 4-3 on penalties, after their game ended 2-2 after extra time, whilst the Rams, managed by former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard, came from a goal down in the first leg at home to win 4-3 on aggregate against Leeds United at Elland Road.
The playlist features music from artists who are supporters of the six EFL clubs at Wembley this weekend include Primal Scream, Editors, Niall Horan, Frankie & The Heartstrings, Nathan Dawe, Squeeze, Graham Coxon, Half Man Half Biscuit, Jack Perrett and more, plus new music brought to you courtesy of Shoot Music, with tracks from the likes of Stormzy, Chelcee Grimes, The Heavy, Foals, Calvin Harris, Kaiser Chiefs, Gaz Coombes and more.
As well as being able to listen to all of the above and more on the playlist, fans at each game will be treated to a specially curated EFL Play-Off matchday playlist inside Wembley Stadium. Make sure to follow @SportPlaylists on Twitter and keep an eye out for all the details of each of the three matchday playlists in the hours leading up to kick off.
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