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Latest EFL selections for September revealed

Sky Sports has announced 16 more EFL TV selections to be shown live in February along with the January games already picked.

The season has reached it’s halfway point and the race for promotion is hotting up nicely, while the battle down the bottle is getting tense.

Leading the way in the Championship, it’s AFC Bournemouth, who currently have 49 points from 25 games played, while in second it’s surprise package Blackburn Rovers, who have 46 points after 25 matches. Fulham, West Brom, Queens Park Rangers and Huddersfield Town.

Down the bottom, Derby County are plotting their own survival which would be a miracle in itself, 11 points from safety despite having a -21 point deduction. Barnsley and Peterborough also sit in the relegation zone.

The latest round of fixtures selected for live TV broadcast have been confirmed for February 2022.

Friday 4 February – Birmingham City v Sheffield United – 1945
Saturday 5 February – Swansea City v Blackburn Rovers – 1730
Tuesday 8 February – Derby County v Hull City – 1945
Wednesday 9 February – Preston North End v Huddersfield Town – 1945
Wednesday 9 February – Blackburn Rovers v Nottingham Forest – 1945 (co-exclusive)
Saturday 12 February – Huddersfield Town v Sheffield United – 1230
Saturday 12 February – Barnsley v Queens Park Rangers – 2000
Sunday 13 February – Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham United – 1200
Monday 14 February – West Bromwich Albion v Blackburn Rovers – 2000
Friday 18 February – AFC Bournemouth v Nottingham Forest – 1945
Saturday 19 February – Fulham v Huddersfield Town – 1230
Tuesday 22 February – Middlesbrough v West Bromwich Albion – 1945
Tuesday 22 February – Swansea City v AFC Bournemouth – 1945 (co-exclusive)
Wednesday 23 February – Sheffield United v Blackburn Rovers – 1945
Saturday 26 February – Blackburn Rovers v Queens Park Rangers – 1230
Monday 28 February – West Bromwich Albion v Swansea City – 2000

ALREADY PICKED:

Saturday 15 January
Luton Town v AFC Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Sunday 16 January
Hull City v Stoke City (12.00pm)

Saturday 22 January 
Nottingham Forest v Derby County (12.30pm)

Monday 24 January 
Blackburn Rovers v Middlesbrough (19.45pm)

Friday 28 January   
Huddersfield Town v Stoke City (19.45pm)

Saturday 29 January             
Peterborough United v Sheffield United (17.30pm)

Sunday 30 January
Derby County v Birmingham City (13.30pm)

Sunday 30 January
Cardiff City v Nottingham Forest (16.00pm)

Monday 31 January 
Portsmouth v Charlton Athletic (19.45pm)

Twitter users have of course reacted to the latest EFL TV selections, see what they made of it…

@PAFCRyan: Just the single league 1 game and no league 2 games, dear me.

@nicholaswilso11: A league one game gave you one of the most entertaining games this season weekend just gone and they’ve only chosen 1 game 😂

@IpswichTownFans: Leagues 1 & 2 exist you know.

@JRuddy_1: Wigan v Sunderland on 26th February ignored. Madness.

@richh082: At least you’ve got one token League One fixture sorted to cover “the rest”

@SL_SportsPhotos: League One and Two get betting coverage on Quest anyway! With better Presenters!

@Forest_Ablock: Bournemouth away on a Friday night Thanks #nffc

@mfc_aaron: So boring, same teams every week

@ConorSammon100: Heard of League One or Two?

@scottsollis: Obviously forgot about League 2 what a joke

@_alexsteventon: Fucking joke. The only place where football is football is in the lower leagues and you completely snub league 1 & 2… Get in the fucking bin @EFL complete fucking bottle jobs.

@stevetannWAFC: You do realise that there’s leagues outside the championship don’t you? Your incompetence knows no bounds

@Ryannx97: Not fancy showing more than 1 league One game? Or even a league 2 game? Sky having the rights to league 2 is pointless

@HonestFootball3: Because I really want to watch Blackburn 5 times in February… Balance the choices please Sky!

@james1880_: Can’t wait for rovers to start dropping and all their games finish 0-0. 5 of their games on sky. Fucking hell who wants to watch that shite

@Beduffshirl: Sky don’t like us anymore. 2 months without a game on TV #PUSB

@GWReds: What is the bloody point in @SkySports having the licence to @SkyBetLeagueOne and @SkyBetLeagueTwo?! Give those to @btsportfootball or @primevideosport and they’d most likely put games on every week!

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