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In the EFL, however, there were 1,494 samples collected from 2,047 players, leaving at least 553 who were not tested and, as some players will have been tested more than once, the number not tested at all will be higher.
In a vote on Thursday, 40 of the 72 EFL sides backed the move, while 29 opposed it.
The EFL also announced clubs had voted for a new policy with regards to the definition of a 'full-strength team' following the controversy surrounding Birmingham's win over Huddersfield in April.
The EFL also reiterated its stance on artificial pitches and stated any National League team that wins promotion to League Two must agree to use a grass surface.
Blackpool FC will be treated no differently to any other club who participate in the EFL.
By tapping in to Royal FrieslandCampina's 140 years of knowledge and expertise, EFL is set to develop Pakistan's dairy value chain whilst offering nutritional dairy products via an enriched product portfolio and innovation capabilities.
This deal has been finalised after an open tender process that was designed to maximise both the financial return and exposure for all 72 member Clubs, the EFL and its competitions.
The round-three draw itself is not being televised live in China or anywhere else but the EFL will be providing full coverage across its Carabao Cup twitter feed, with news and reaction as it happens.
The format has been trialled by FIFA and UEFA and the EFL have now decided to try it - and it will also be used in the play-offs should it be needed.
May 26-28 EFL play-off finals June 14 - World Cup finals start (Russia)
The case has also prompted the EFL to rethink the law, with the term 'full strength' set to be defined by the powers that be.
EFL Express is a subsidiary of ExpoLanka Freight, a leading logistics service provider in the region.