Another batch of latest EFL TV selections have been announced by Sky Sports to be televised in March, including some big upcoming games.
Believe it or not, we’re already at the point of the season with a promotion race taking place, so now Sky Sports has added 15 more live English Football League fixtures to the schedule for next month.
Unlike previous announcements on TV selections, on this occasion we are seeing games from across the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two being picked during March.
In the Championship, promotion chasing Brentford, Norwich City, Swansea City and Watford all feature over the month with action coming from League One as Portsmouth host Sunderland at Fratton Park on Tuesday the 9th of March before league leaders Lincoln City travel to the Kassam Stadium to take on Oxford United on Friday the 26th of March.
The action is then rounded-up in League Two at the New Lawn Stadium as automatic promotion candidates Forest Green Rovers and Bolton Wanderers lock horns at midday on Saturday the 27th of March. Yeah, we’re shocked to see a League Two game picked too!
LATEST TV SELECTIONS:
Wednesday 3 March – Stoke City v Swansea City – Sky Bet Championship – 20:00
Wednesday 3 March – Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham United – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45 (co-exclusive)
Wednesday 3 March – Norwich City v Brentford – Sky Bet Championship – 17:30 (co-exclusive)
Friday 5 March – Huddersfield Town v Cardiff City – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Saturday 6 March – Watford v Nottingham Forest – Sky Bet Championship – 12:30
Saturday 6 March – Swansea City v Middlesbrough – Sky Bet Championship – 15:00
Tuesday 9 March – Portsmouth v Sunderland – Sky Bet League One – 19:45
Friday 12 March – Blackburn Rovers v Brentford – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Saturday 13 March – Luton Town v Swansea City – Sky Bet Championship – 12:15
Sunday 14 March – Sheffield Wednesday v Norwich City – Sky Bet Championship – 12:15
Tuesday 16 March – AFC Bournemouth v Swansea City – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Wednesday 17 March – Birmingham City v Reading – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Saturday 20 March – Brentford v Nottingham Forest – Sky Bet Championship – 12:30
Saturday 20 March – Watford v Birmingham City – Sky Bet Championship – 15:00
Saturday 20 March – Swansea City v Cardiff City – Sky Bet Championship – 17:30
Friday 26 March – Oxford United v Lincoln City – Sky Bet League One -19:45
Saturday 27 March – Forest Green Rovers v Bolton Wanderers – Sky Bet League Two – 12:00
Tuesday 23 February – Rotherham United v Nottingham Forest – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Tuesday 23 February – Luton Town v Millwall – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45 (co-exclusive)
Wednesday 24 February – Preston North End v Queens Park Rangers – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Friday 26 February – Derby County v Nottingham Forest – Sky Bet Championship – 19:45
Saturday 27 February – AFC Bournemouth v Watford – Sky Bet Championship – 12:30
Sunday 28 February – Wycombe Wanderers v Norwich City – Sky Bet Championship – 12:00
Tuesday 2 March – Reading v Blackburn Rovers – Sky Bet Championship – 20:00
@aidan__02: Pompey vs Sunderland just because it’s two big clubs. Peterborough vs Hull or Portsmouth would have been much better because it’s more important in terms of promotion
@Only_Dan: Only show 2 league one games and 1 league two game but will happily show Swansea 4 times
@wwfctxm: no wycombe games as per
@JJLozzer: Omg they’re actually showing a League Two game?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
@LenM4: Christ, they’ve actually remembered about League Two existing.
@LeedsunitedLee: League 1&2 won’t get the viewers so that’s why sky sports don’t put many games on, I hated the fact we were on tv than most, should be equally shared-equally paid
@YTkaen: Happy to see a league two game on here, hopefully itll be a Carlisle one next
@pvfc_maisie: 2 league one games and 1 league two game, how generous
@BenD18041989: YOU DONT GIVE A FUCK ABOUT IPSWICH TOWN #FUCKTHEEFL
@ELJones95: Do Swansea really need to be on sky 4 times in 2 weeks
@LiterallySam9: YEAH SUNDERLAND WOO
@PhilJBowers: Ooo look, a League Two game, and you’ve picked…. Bolton! Again! There are other teams in the division y’know. Cambridge v Carlisle is that weekend so could be a game between the top two, but hey ho…
@JoshMelling: Think after that dreadful 0-0 draw with Bolton was on Sky think we’ve been put on some kind of blacklist. We haven’t had a league game on TV for a couple of seasons now.
@SHD1903: 1 league two game. Wankers
@Saund65: Swansea 4 times – hmm, ok.
@JacobPvfc: Swear the EFL just forget about league 1 and league 2
@rogerthetrainer: Thank Christ for that #itfc
@kierenlavis (Bristol City fan): Thank Fuck for that were not on tv
@j_batess_: Hate playing Portsmouth as they can sometimes kill up but I’ll take it 😅 #safc the lack of L1 & especially L2 is ridiculous though.
@zanestfc: Loads of league one and two games!
@Bluebellewwfc: Didn’t expect we’d get any being bottom lol but 4 featuring Swansea seems a bit excessive
@MarquisTheGOAT (Pompey fan): Cheers lads. Gonna get fucking battered by Sunderland if we keep playing like we are.
@BenGrocott99: Nice of you to help out the lower league clubs lads, show 1 league 2 game and it’s a club who just got paid millions for a stadium deal against the club with the biggest reputation in the league, thanks a bunch guys we appreciate it
@AshFazzer04 (Pompey fan): We’re getting battered, nice one you pricks
@CordenJamie: Absolutely ridiculous, Swansea and Brentford each get at least 3 games, only 3 games outside the championship and over 50 of the 72 football league teams don’t get a single one. Great work!
@cafc___: Wow a grand total of 2 League 1 games and 1 League 2 game when they need the TV money more! Well in lads