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൹ 24 Oct 21:45, GMT +3
≛ Cambridge vs Portsmouth
🄣 Portsmouth (1x2)
From 1920 until 1992, the third division in the English football league system was the Football League Division Three (subdivided further into the Football League Division Three North and the Football League Division Three South from 1921 to 1958); from 1992 to 2004 it was the Football League Second Division.
At the end of each season, the teams that took first and second place in League One, as well as one team that won the playoffs, advance to the Championship. Teams finishing 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th are relegated to League Two.
The league consists of 24 teams. During the season, which lasts from August to May, each team meets every other team twice: once at home and once at the opponent's field.
Thus, the season for each club consists of 46 matches. For a win, a team receives three points, and for a draw, one point. Points are not awarded if the team loses. The places at the end of the season are determined by points earned, if there is an equality, by the difference between goals scored and conceded, then by the number of goals scored.
If after that it is not possible to determine the winner, the teams occupy the same line of the standings. If it is also necessary to determine the champion or the team that will leave the championship, as well as the team that qualifies for other tournaments, an additional play-off match is scheduled on a neutral field.
At the end of each season, the top two teams and the playoff winner advance to the Championship, while the bottom four teams with the fewest points at the end of the season are relegated to League Two.
The League One Playoffs is a mini-tournament for teams that at the end of the season took places from the third to the sixth; the winner of the playoffs receives a ticket to the Championship. As part of the playoffs, the third team plays against the sixth team, the fourth team plays against the fifth.
Two teams play two games in the semi-finals (home and away). The winners of each semi-final meet in a one-legged final. The teams that finished the last four places in League 1 are relegated to League 2.
Their place in League One is taken by four new teams from League Two: the teams that finished in the first three places and the winner of the League Two play-off (for which the teams that finished the season on the ground qualify) fourth to seventh).
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