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Another three Championship games to be shown live on Sky Sports

Another three Championship games have been announced to be shown live on Sky Sports as the race for promotion hots up nicely with relegation also to come.

Another three games have been listed for broadcast later this month, adding to other three revealed earlier this week, and the much anticipated batch already announced at the beginning of July.

Clubs are set to play out their remaining five fixtures for the 2019/20 season, with so much at stake, and even potential points deductions for various clubs yet to be handed out, should it happen.

So what are the new additions announced by Sky Sports? Their cameras head to the John Smith’s Stadium with Huddersfield fighting to avoid back-to-back relegations and West Brom looking at securing a return to the Premier League since the 2017/18 season, so three points for either side would have a huge impact on where they play football next season.

There will be an early kick-off on Saturday the 18th July which sees high-flying Brentford travel to Stoke. The Bees are on fire right down, boasting a 100 per cent record since the restart and are hot on the tails of the two teams above them who occupy the automatic promotion spots. It’s not so good however for the Potters, who, like Huddersfield, will need a much needed win in their fight against relegation.

Derby County and Leeds United will face each other on Sunday the 19th of July at 2pm. The Rams managed to halt the Whites’ quest for promotion last season in the semi final stages of the playoffs – will they be the string in the tail against Marcelo Bielsa’s side once again?


Huddersfield v West Brom – Friday 17th July – 5:30pm KO
Stoke v Brentford – Saturday 18th July – 12:30pm KO
Derby v Leeds – Sunday 19th July – 2pm KO

Sun July 12: Swansea vs Leeds – 1.30pm
Tues July 14: West Brom vs Fulham – 5pm
Wed July 15: Brentford vs Preston – 5pm
Thurs July 16: Leeds vs Barnsley – 5pm


Sunday, July 12
Stoke City vs Birmingham City – 1.30pm, Sky Sports
Swansea City v Leeds United – 1.30pm

Tuesday, July 14
West Bromwich Albion vs Fulham – 5pm, Sky Sports
Reading vs Middlesbrough – 6pm
Wigan Athletic vs Hull City – 6pm
Cardiff City vs Derby County – 7.45pm
Luton Town vs Queens Park Rangers – 7.45pm
Millwall vs Blackburn Rovers – 7.45pm
Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield Town – 7.45pm

Wednesday, July 15
Brentford vs Preston North End – 5pm, Sky Sports
Birmingham City vs Charlton Athletic – 6pm
Nottingham Forest vs Swansea City – 6pm
Bristol City vs Stoke City – 7.45pm

Thursday, July 16
Leeds United vs Barnsley – 5pm, Sky Sports

Friday, July 17
Huddersfield Town vs West Bromwich Albion – 5.30pm, Sky Sports

Saturday, July 18
Charlton Athletic vs Wigan Athletic – 12.30pm
Stoke City vs Brentford – 12.30pm, Sky Sports
Blackburn Rovers vs Reading – 3pm
Fulham vs Sheffield Wednesday – 3pm
Hull City vs Luton Town – 3pm
Middlesbrough vs Cardiff City – 3pm
Preston North End vs Birmingham City – 3pm
Queens Park Rangers vs Millwall – 3pm
Swansea City vs Bristol City – 3pm

Sunday, July 19
Derby County vs Leeds United – 2pm, Sky Sports
Barnsley vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm

Wednesday, July 22
Birmingham City vs Derby County
Brentford vs Barnsley
Bristol City vs Preston North End
Cardiff City vs Hull City
Leeds United vs Charlton Athletic
Luton Town vs Blackburn Rovers
Millwall vs Huddersfield Town
Nottingham Forest vs Stoke City
Reading vs Swansea City
Sheffield Wednesday vs Middlesbrough
West Bromwich Albion vs Queens Park Rangers
Wigan Athletic vs Fulham

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