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Further Sky Bet Championship TV selections confirmed

12 June 2020

With the return of the Sky Bet Championship drawing ever closer, a further seven TV selections have been announced for the start of July.

The month starts with local bragging rights up for grabs in both South London and the East Midlands, as Charlton Athletic host Millwall on Friday 3 July, before Derby County welcome rivals Nottingham Forest to Pride Park on Saturday 4 July.

Bristol City face Cardiff City in the late kick-off, before the weekend is rounded off in Wales, as Swansea City host Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday 5 July in a midday kick-off.

The midweek fixtures feature the top three sides in the Sky Bet Championship standings, as Nottingham Forest travel to third place Fulham on Tuesday 7 July, while West Bromwich Albion will be hoping to put pressure on fellow promotion contenders Leeds United with a victory against Derby County on Wednesday 8 July.

Completing the latest round of selections is league leaders Leeds United, who host Stoke City at Elland Road on Thursday 9 July in a 5pm kick-off.

With the Sky Bet Championship season set to resume on 20 June, Sky Sports will broadcast 30 of the remaining 108 Championship matches, with those games also available to the EFL’s overseas broadcasters via the League’s partnership with Pitch International.

The full selection of the latest Sky Bet Championship televised fixtures are as follows:


The full fixture list and television selections are now available to view online at or on individual club media channels.

Further Sky Sports television selections will be announced in due course.

As a result of the latest TV selections, the following fixtures have been rearranged:

Wednesday 8 July - Birmingham City v Swansea City - 18:00
Wednesday 8 July - Sheffield Wednesday v Preston North End - 19:45

Sunday 12 July - Swansea City v Leeds United - 15:00
Sunday 12 July - Stoke City v Birmingham City - 15:00

Wednesday 15 July - Nottingham Forest v Swansea - 18:00
Wednesday 15 July - Birmingham City v Charlton Athletic - 18:00
Wednesday 15 July - Leeds United v Barnsley - 19:45
Wednesday 15 July - Bristol City v Stoke City

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