Latest Football News From Manchester: EFL highlights change & iFollow updates for Bolton Wanderers this new League One season

Wanderers begin the new League One campaign tomorrow afternoon against the Tractor Boys. The Whites will make the long journey to Suffolk and Portman Road.

For those fans making the jounrey to Suffolk, they will see the Whites in action for the first competitive game of the season. The club's first home game is next weekend against Wycombe Wanderers.

For many supporters, especially away games, the EFL highlights show will be the first chance to see the best action from the day's game. But there is a change for this season.

The EFL highlights show has moved channels. It has shifted from Quest to ITV4.

There has also been a change of hosts. Colin Murray will no longer front the programme, with Jules Breach and Hugh Woozencroft the new presenters.

The show will begin at 9pm on Saturday evening, with another run later in the evening and another on Sunday morning. The programmes will also be shown on demand via ITV Hub for up to 30 days.

Midweek fixture rounds in the EFL will also be shown on ITV4. Like with the Saturday shows, they will also be on ITV Hub.

In terms of iFollow, there have been further updates for the upcoming campaign too. Midweek matches, displaced games, bank holiday games and Papa John's Trophy matches will also be shown on a compulsory basis.

Matches taking place during the winter World Cup during November, when the Championship has a break but League One and League Two carry on, will also be available to be shown via iFollow as part of a streaming expansion plan given the thumbs up at the EFL's AGM this summer. It will include games taking place during the winter World Cup, Boxing Day and New Year's Day fixtures.

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