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Quest land EFL highlights deal

The deal will begin next season and run for four years.

Quest land EFL highlights deal

Football League highlights will be screened on Quest next season after the EFL confirmed its new partnership with the television channel.

Quest, the free-to-air channel owned by Discovery and powered by Eurosport, has agreed a four-year deal beginning from the start of the 2018/19 season.

It will broadcast highlights of the Sky Bet Championship, League One, League Two, Carabao Cup and Checkatrade Trophy.

EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey said: “This new partnership will provide excellent coverage of EFL football for supporters of our clubs on a free-to-air platform at a primetime slot of 9pm on a Saturday evening.

“In addition the Carabao Cup and Checkatrade Trophy highlights will also be available alongside special midweek shows to ensure that fans are kept fully updated with what’s happening across our competitions.

“As an experienced broadcaster, clubs and their fans will be able to access high-quality coverage on a channel that is committed to making the EFL highlights programme one of its flagship shows, led by the talented and respected host in Colin Murray, who has become a strong advocate for the work the League is undertaking both on and off the pitch.”

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