Blackburn Rovers now know 22 of the 23 teams they will play in the Championship next season.

Oxford United were promoted to the second-tier for the first time in 25 years on Saturday, beating Bolton Wanderers 2-0 at Wembley. It was an upset in the League One play-off final, with a brace from Josh Murphy doing the damage.

The Yellows were full value for the victory too and will be in the Championship next season under Des Buckingham. The Oxford boss lived the dream of leading his boyhood club to promotion at Wembley.

Rovers haven't been to the Kassam Stadium since promotion from the third tier in 2017. They won 4-2, beating Oxford 2-1 at Ewood Park in front of a huge 27,600 crowd on the final day of the season.

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John Eustace's side will also be returning to Norwich City and West Brom after they missed out on a place in the Championship play-off final. Either Leeds United or Southampton will be promoted, leaving the other to fil the final place in the second tier.

Luton Town's relegation was officially confirmed on Sunday too, meaning all three promoted clubs have come back down immediately. It's the first time since 1998 that has happened, which was the only previous occasion in Premier League history.