The final games of the Championship have been played and we now have our four English clubs fighting for the last Premier League promotion spot.
Swansea defeated Reading 4-1 to dislodge Nottingham Forest and claim the final play-off spot.
Elsewhere, Brentford missed out on the opportunity to finish in the top-two by losing 2-1 at home to lowly Barnsley, with West Bromwich Albion taking second spot behind Leeds United.
Fulham also dropped points on the final day thanks to a 1-1 draw away at Wigan Athletic to finish fourth in the Championship.
Cardiff sealed fifth-place thanks to a 3-0 win over now-relegated Hull City.
Sportsmail reveals when the play-off semi-final and final dates are ahead of the crucial run-in…
Championship play-off semi-final take place between July 26th-30th.
The final two teams will then meet on Tuesday, August 4 at Wembley Stadium.
Sky Sports have exclusive broadcasting rights to EFL Championship and will show them on Sky Sports Football.
US viewers can watch the games live on ESPN network and streaming platforms.
Swansea City v Brentford – 18.30 kick-off
– Cardiff City v Fulham – 19.45 kick-off
– Brentford v Swansea City – 19.45 kick-off
Fulham v Cardiff City- 19.45 kick-off