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Summary

  1. Charlton won first leg 2-1 at Keepmoat Stadium
  2. Addicks (3rd) finished 15 points above Doncaster (6th)
  3. Winner will face Sunderland at Wembley
  4. League One play-off final on Sunday, 26 May
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By James Law

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  1. final match of the season.

    “I thoroughly enjoyed the last few weeks of the season, although it was a pretty tense experience,” he said.

    Former Bournemouth manager Bond has been a long-time colleague of Harry Redknapp, working under him at Portsmouth, Southampton, Spurs and QPR.

  • offered boss Graham Potter a new contract as they bid to fend off interest from Brighton.

    The Seagulls have targeted Potter, 43, having sacked Chris Hughton on Monday.

    But Swansea are desperate to keep their manager and hope an improved deal will convince him to stay even though he is odds-on favourite for the Brighton job.

  • parted with boss Tony Pulis, after this season’s failure to win promotion to the Premier League.

    The club announced that the 61-year-old’s contract, which was reported to end this summer, would not be extended.

    Pulis, who took over in December 2017, led Boro to the play-off semi-finals last season but lost to Aston Villa.

    Missing out on promotion will have a knock-on effect on Middlesbrough’s finances for 2019-20, with their their two-year run of parachute payments from the Premier League coming to an end.

  • Post update

    HT: Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    This might be the last EFL game for another week but it’s been a busy day of managerial news across the leagues.

    Let’s bring you up to speed while the Charlton and Doncaster players enjoy their half-time oranges…

  • HALF-TIME

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Charlton v Doncaster

    Copyright: Getty Images

    After just two minutes the tie looked all but over but Doncaster played their way into the half and you wouldn’t bet against them winning the game tonight.

    Tommy Rowe’s low strike cancelled out Krystian Bielik’s early header for Charlton, leaving the Addicks 3-2 up on aggregate going into the second half.

  • INJURY TIME

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    We’re into one minute of added time at The Valley at the end of this first half.

  • PENALTY APPEAL

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Does that strike a Doncaster arm in the box?

    Lyle Taylor and Anfernee Dijksteel link-up down the right and the ball comes across for Josh Cullen, whose shot comes off Andy Butler’s chest and onto his hand.

    Would’ve been very harsh

  • Post update

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Just to give you an idea of Doncaster’s ambition, left-back Danny Andrew is the furthest man forward to head wide from Malik Wilks’ deep cross.

    Rovers are playing a 4-3-3 but it’s very fluid, and probably just about getting the better of Charlton right now.

  • PENALTY APPEAL

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Lyle Taylor and the Charlton faithful want a penalty as the striker goes down under a challenge from Doncaster’s Andy Butler.

    It’s a clever run from Taylor to get on the end of a deep free-kick but Butler does very little wrong and the ref rightly waves the protests away.

    Charlton v Doncaster

    Copyright: Rex Features

  • YELLOW CARD

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Charlton goalscorer Krystian Bielik goes in the book after pulling back Doncaster’s Herbie Kane in the middle of the park.

    He can have no complaints there.

  • Post update

    Charlton 1-1 Doncaster (3-2 agg)

    Doncaster finished the regular League One season 12 points behind any of the other play-off sides and many – including myself – wondered if they could compete in these games.

    But Grant McCann now has them playing at a high intensity, after a very shaky start.

    Charlton are having moments but the combination play isn’t quite coming off for them.