May 20, 2024

The EFL has confirmed adjustments affecting QPR, Charlton Athletic, Millwall, and other London clubs for the Championship, League One, and League Two final day fixtures. QPR, Watford, and Millwall will all play away matches on the Championship’s last day. Additionally, the EFL has set the dates for the Championship, League One, and League Two play-offs and announced altered kick-off times for the final day across all divisions, impacting London clubs including QPR, Charlton Athletic, and Millwall.

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The scheduling change has stirred discontent among fans, with some expressing dissatisfaction on social media platforms. QPR will face Coventry City at the CBS Arena on the final day, with the match now set for an earlier kick-off at 12:30 pm BST, aligning with other Championship fixtures. Similarly, Millwall will travel to Swansea City under Neil Harris’s management. Watford supporters face a lengthy journey to Middlesbrough for their final match, with their kick-off time also shifted earlier.

Charlton Athletic and Leyton Orient are among the London clubs in League One whose kick-off times have been altered. Charlton will visit Wycombe Wanderers, while Leyton Orient will play away against Shrewsbury Town. None of the London clubs in the Championship or League One appear to be strong contenders for the play-offs, with Leyton Orient being the closest to potentially securing a spot at Wembley Stadium.

LondonWorld has reached out to the EFL for clarification on the adjustments to final day kick-off times.

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