This year’s semi-finals will run from Thursday May 10 to Friday May 18, with every game adopting Hawkeye technology while also being available to watch live on Sky Sports with no clashes of kick-off times for any of the fixtures.

EFL committed to introduce the new technology at the semi-final stage following its successful use in previous Play-Off Finals staged at Wembley Stadium.

GLT will assist referees and their assistants in making crucial decisions where there is doubt as to whether or not the ball has crossed the line at all Play-Off matches across all three divisions following a successful introduction into the Sky Bet Championship at the start of the season.

The first leg between Charlton Athletic and Shrewsbury Town will kick-start the run of 12 live EFL games in nine days, with all Finals taking place at Wembley Stadium from Saturday May 26 through to Monday May 28.

EFL Chief Executive, Shaun Harvey, said: “We are extremely aware of the difficult decisions facing match officials on any given match day, and we welcome the impact GLT is having to help PGMOL officials to make the right calls, even in the tightest of situations.

“Goal-line Technology has been a welcome and significant addition to the Championship throughout the 2017/18 season, playing an important role in the outcome of the campaign.

“It is therefore appropriate that the technology is incorporated into all Play-Off matches across all three divisions of the EFL given the magnitude of the outcome of every single game at this time of the season.”

Goal-line Technology has proven to be a popular and effective addition elsewhere in football, as well as other mainstream sports, as evidenced last Friday at the Amex Stadium as Brighton and Hove Albion ensured their Premier League safety after the technology was used to award Pascal Gross' winner against Manchester United.

PGMOL Managing Director, Mike Riley said: “This is a huge step forward for the EFL. Anything that can help match officials get to the correct decision has to be welcomed and we are pleased to see Goal-line Technology introduced for these crucial Play-Off matches.”

Sky Bet Championship Play-Offs 

First Legs 

Friday May 11 – 7.45pm - Derby County v Fulham

Saturday May 12 - 5.15pm - Middlesbrough v Aston Villa

Second Legs 

Monday May 14 - 7.45pm - Fulham v Derby County

Tuesday May 15 – 7.45pm - Aston Villa v Middlesbrough

Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final 

Saturday May 26 – 5.30pm