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The new Sky Bet Championship season kicks off this weekend but who will be the teams and players to watch in 2019/20?
From promotion hopefuls and potential top scorers to dark horses and likely strugglers, get the lowdown ahead of the new term with our comprehensive guide...
They stuttered in the automatic promotion race and were left shattered by their play-off semi-final defeat, but after revitalising Leeds last season, boss Marcelo Bielsa is widely expected to mastermind a successful challenge this term. The maverick Argentine, whose side are , has opted to stay at Elland Road "to complete unfinished business" and the signing of Helder Costa from Wolves, as well as the return of Jack Clarke on loan and Jack Harrison on a permanent deal, has raised supporters' optimism again.
The Conservatives have lost 1,334 councillors, with Theresa May saying voters wanted the main parties to "get on" with Brexit.
Labour also lost 82 seats in the English local elections, in which it had been expected to make gains.
But the strongly pro-EU Lib Dems gained 703 seats, with leader Sir Vince Cable calling every vote received "a vote for stopping Brexit".
The Greens and independents also made gains, as UKIP lost seats.
Saturday 18th May
FA Cup Final
Manchester City vs Watford - 17:00
Saturday 25th May
Copa Del Rey
Barcelona vs Valencia - 20:00
RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich - 19:00
Taca de Portugal
Sporting vs Porta - 17:15
Scottish Cup Final
Hearts vs Celtic - 15:00
League Two Play-off Final
Tranmere vs Newport County - 15:00
Sunday 26th May
League One Play-off Final
TBA vs TBA - 15:00
Monday 27th May
Championship Play-off Final
Aston Villa vs Derby County - 15:00
Wednesday 29th May
Europa League Final
Chelsea vs Arsenal - 20:00
Saturday 1st June
Champions League Final
Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool - 20:00