The EFL has confirmed the dates for this season’s play-off fixtures with fans set to be in attendance.
The regular season ends on May 8 in the Championship and League One and on May 9 in League Two.
The play-offs will then begin on May 17, which coincides with the date when supporters could be allowed back.
In February, Boris Johnson announced that supporters may be able to return from that date in limited numbers.
Up to 10,000 people or a quarter of the capacity, whichever is smaller, will be permitted in the largest venues, such as Wembley Stadium.
However, smaller arenas will be limited to either 4,000 people or half of their capacity, whichever is lower.
The government will run a series of pilots from this month with the FA Cup semi-final between Leicester and Southampton and the Carabao Cup final among the first games to see fans back.
EFL 2020/21 season play-off dates
Semi-finals first leg – May 17
Semi-finals second leg – May 22
Final – May 29
Semi-finals first leg – May 18 & 19
Semi-finals second leg – May 21 & 22
Final – May 30
Semi-finals first leg – May 20
Semi-finals second leg – May 23
Final – May 31
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