Burton Albion fans will be able to watch even more Championship games than ever before following the announcement of broadcaster Sky Sports' new five-year deal with the EFL.
From the start of the 2019/20 season, Sky will screen up to 183 matches across the EFL, with matches picked from the second tier, League One, League Two and the Carabao Cup.
And in a first for English football, matches will be shown on an interactive platform from the Championship's regular slate of midweek matches, taking the total number of available games up to 260 - a marked increase on the 145 games currently shown by the satellite broadcaster.
These games will also be shown on the EFL's iFollow service, the platform currently in use by clubs to show matches live globally.
For Brewers fans, this means that - should the club still be in the Championship in a couple of seasons' time - they will be able to watch midweek matches that previously haven't been available to view.
It is another attempt by the EFL to raise the profile of the three league divisions below the Premier League, which continues to grow thanks to increased broadcasting deals both domestically and globally.
"In agreeing a deal over five seasons, it delivers a guaranteed increase in the level of income distributed to EFL clubs from 2019/20 and long-term financial certainty was an absolute priority throughout this process," EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey said.
"It is a partnership that as well as having mutual tangible benefits, allows the EFL to maximise reach and exposure for its competitions, alongside providing further opportunities for clubs to generate additional incremental revenues through iFollow."