The latest Championship TV selections for July have been announced on Thursday afternoon as we look towards the season’s end.
A further four Sky Bet Championship fixtures have been chosen for live coverage on Sky Sports later this month.
A double bill of EFL action on Friday the 10th of July has implications at both ends of the table as Huddersfield Town welcome fellow strugglers Luton Town in a potential relegation six-pointer at 6pm.
Later that evening, Fulham, just sitting outside the automatic promotion places, host playoff chasing Cardiff City at Craven Cottage in a 8:15pm kick-off.
The following day, Derby County and Brentford meet at Pride Park before league leaders Leeds United travel to Swansea City on Sunday the 12th of July.
The full selection of the latest Sky Bet Championship televised fixtures are as follows:
Friday 10th July – HUDDERSFIELD v LUTON (6pm)
Friday 10th July – FULHAM v CARDIFF (8:15pm)
Saturday 11th July – DERBY v BRENTFORD (12:30pm)
Sunday 12th July – SWANSEA v LEEDS (1:30pm)
THOSE ALREADY CONFIRMED:
Thursday 2 July – Hull v Middlesbrough – 17:00
Friday 3 July – Charlton Athletic v Millwall – 20:15
Saturday 4 July – Derby County v Nottingham Forest -12:30
Saturday 4 July – Bristol City v Cardiff City – 15:00
Sunday 5 July – Swansea City v Sheffield Wednesday – 12:00
Tuesday 7 July Nottingham Forest v Fulham – 17:00
Wednesday 8 July – Birmingham City v Swansea City – 18:00
Wednesday 8 July – Sheffield Wednesday v Preston North End – 19:45
Wednesday 8 July West Bromwich Albion v Derby County – 17:00
Thursday 9 July – Leeds United v Stoke City – 17:00
The games for the playoffs in League One have also been confirmed for broadcast. See which games below…
Friday 3 July – 1st legs
Portsmouth v Oxford United – 17:30
Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers – 19.30
Monday 6 July – 2nd legs
Oxford United v Portsmouth – 17:00
Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town – 19.30
Further Sky Sports television selections will be announced in due course.
Fans reacted as the latest Championship TV selections for July were announced…
It’s a relegation 6 pointer, what is wrong with picking that?
— Sam Smith (@bantammad95) July 2, 2020
Sky sports Leeds
— Jack Davies (@JackDavies13) July 2, 2020
4 games in a row for us on sky, UTR ?
— Ferg (@FergDCFC) July 2, 2020
— Luton town fccccc (@oltfc123) July 2, 2020
Two teams making a late surge for survival after impressive results over Swansea, Leeds, Bham in last 2 weeks? Pretty big game if you ask me.
— Ains (@Zhulong_) July 2, 2020
Got no chance of being there for kick off now. Thanks lads ?
— Jimmy (@JimboUpNorth1) July 2, 2020
Well of course it is.. it’s Wayne Rooney’s Derby County!
— Jake ? (@JakeLewiston) July 2, 2020
Good! Don’t wanna pay a tenner for a stream!
— Luke? (@Lboxdonn) July 2, 2020
Great, another early Sunday kick off in Wales. Let’s hope it doesn’t turn out the same as the last one. #lufc
— Jo Bedford ? (@El_Loco_Jo) July 2, 2020
At least there will be no floodlights ffs
— Chris Gray (@CWG1201) July 2, 2020