All midweek Championship fixtures will be available to watch live on Sky Sports from the season after next.
The EFL have confirmed a new five-year deal, worth £600m, that will affect all teams outside the Premier League and is scheduled to start in the 2019/20 campaign.
The deal represents a 36% year-on-year increase on the current arrangement and will continue to see Sky Sports exclusively broadcast the Sky Bet EFL, Carabao Cup, Checkatrade Trophy and Sky Bet play-offs live through until May 2024.
Under the new agreement, Sky Sports in each season from 2019/20 will broadcast a maximum of 150 exclusive Sky Bet EFL League matches, including:
16 Sky Bet Championship games on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
A minimum of 20 Sky Bet League One and League Two matches
The 15 Sky Bet EFL play-Off matches including all three finals
15 matches from the Carabao Cup including the final
The semi-final and final of the Checkatrade Trophy
I guess this is a start to streaming every game that's live. We just need to get rid of Sky and let the clubs make the money from the streaming services rather than Sky!