The 2022/23 EFL seasons are now underway with the Championship, League One and League Two all in full swing.
This season promises one of the most competitive Championship seasons in recent memory with no immediate runaway favourites to take the title, especially if Watford fails to hold onto Ismaila Sarr and Emmanuel Dennis.
In League Two, five sides have 100% records after two matches, including a Stevenage side who were battling at the other end of the table last season.
With an immensely entertaining season set up across three divisions, here is how you can keep up to date with all the latest EFL action.
Is the EFL highlights show still on Quest?
While Quest and Collin Murray have been bringing us a weekly roundup of the Championship, League One and League Two action in recent seasons, Quest will not be producing and broadcasting the EFL highlights show for the 2022/23 season.
EFL highlights will remain on free-to-air TV thanks to the brand new 'EFL Highlights on ITV' show. Hugh Woozencroft and Jules Breach have been selected to host the highlights show alongside a panel of former players and EFL pundits.
What time do EFL Highlights on ITV start?
EFL Highlights on ITV currently occupies a primetime 9pm slot on Saturday evenings, rounding up the action at the end of every EFL gameday.
The show is initially aired on the ITV 4 channel with a later re-run scheduled on the main ITV channel at 9.25am on Sunday mornings.
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