Each week we bring you the biggest stories from the EFL, hear the thoughts of Sky Sports' best Football League analysts and some of the biggest names in the EFL.
Benitez? Balotelli? Steve Cook!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Keith Andrews and presenter Caroline Barker to review all the weekend's action in the Sky Bet EFL.
In the Championship there was a big comeback win for Bournemouth as they saw off Reading - who slumped to a fourth straight defeat to drop from the top of the table.
Norwich went top after sneaking past Middlesbrough, Stoke saw off Huddersfield in a seven-goal thriller, and Bristol City beat a Derby side managed in part by player-coach Wayne Rooney.
The panel also take a look at all the big moments in League One and Two, while we also hear from Bournemouth defender Steve Cook in Ten To Tackle and assess the return of five substitutions to the EFL.
Cocu out, Rooney in? Pulis for Monk & Angus Gunn
Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and commentator Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.
There was a rest weekend for the Championship, but the league didn't stop as Derby sacked Phillip Cocu - with Wayne Rooney one of the coaches set to take temporary charge of the club - and Sheffield Wednesday sacked Garry Monk, before replacing him with Tony Pulis.
There was also a hectic weekend of action in League One and League Two, as Bristol Rovers sacked Ben Garner following a 4-1 defeat at home to Fleetwood, John Sheridan took charge of Swindon for the first time after leaving Wigan, and there were defeats for Peterborough and Sunderland to Crewe and MK Dons respectively.
In League Two we saw Nigel Clough steer Mansfield to a first victory in his first league game in charge, Bolton get a big win over Salford, and we review the rest of the weekend's action.
Derby takeover latest & 'Uncle' Albert Adomah
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Andy Hinchcliffe and commentator Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two.
The panel discuss the latest surrounding Derby's potential takeover and their on-pitch struggles, the strong performances of the three relegated sides Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich, the streakiness of Bristol City and Reading's recent collapse in form.
We also hear from Cardiff pair Sol Bamba and Sean Morrison on the strains of the schedule, and QPR midfielder Albert Adomah takes Ten To Tackle.
There is also a round-up of how the League One and League Two clubs performed in the first round of the FA Cup, and a look at the two latest managerial appointments in League Two, as Mansfield brought in Nigel Clough, and Richie Wellens left Swindon for Salford.
Valerien steel & Pukki parties
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundits Keith Andrews and Don Goodman to discuss all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two.
In the Championship there were big wins for Coventry, Wycombe and Barnsley at the weekend, while Neil Warnock steered Middlesbrough into the top six and Teemu Pukki returned to form with two goals in Norwich's win at Bristol City. We also hear from the striker in Ten To Tackle.
There is a new leader in League One after another win for Peterborough, while Charlton and Doncaster also won, and AFC Wimbledon got a draw at MK Dons ahead of their midweek return to Plough Lane.
In League Two there was another managerial casaulty as Tranmere sacked Mike Jackson, Bolton suffered another damaging defeat and we look at two strikers still performing at opposite ends of their careers in Port Vale veteran Tom Pope and Crawley youngster Max Watters.
The home form problem, Ivan the Fireman
Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and commentator Gary Weaver to dissect another hectic weekend of action, after another win for Reading, drama at Vicarage Road and a big win for Stoke against Brentford.
There is also a new man at the helm at Barnsley, as Valerian Ismael prepares to take over, and the panel also look at the teams who appear to be struggling at home this season as English football staggers on behind closed doors.
We also hear from Brentford striker Ivan Toney, who takes on Ten To Tackle, before turning attention to League One - in particular Peterborough, Portsmouth and Burton and the latest coronavirus cancellations.
Then it is on to League Two - including the form of Paul Mullin at Cambridge, Walsall's interesting unbeaten run, the struggles of Southend and more.
Bailouts, teenage stars and Paul Warne's shed
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundits Andy Hinchcliffe and Keith Andrews to discuss all the latest news in the Championship, League One and League Two.
The two league leaders Bristol City and Reading were held for the first time at the weekend, while Watford returned to winning ways thanks to a remarkable goal from 19-year-old Joao Pedro and Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton got off to a dream start as they won at Blackburn.
The panel also take a look at the latest regarding the return of fans, EFL bailouts, and the some of the best of the rest of the action from the weekend.
Attention then turns to League One and League Two, after Ipswich kept on going, and Cambridge recorded another emphatic win, and then a look at all the biggest deals on Deadline Day 2 throughout the leagues.