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Latest EFL TV selections for November revealed

Another batch of latest EFL TV selections have been announced by Sky Sports to be televised in February and March, including some big 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 19 more live English Football League fixtures to the schedule the next two upcoming months.

The cameras will be there for Norwich’s visit at Swansea (on the 5th of February) along with Watford’s trip to Bournemouth (on the 27th of the same month).

There will be some big derbies shown live with Derby taking on East Midlands opposition Nottingham Forest (on the 26th of February), Blackburn face Preston (on the 12th of February) and Sheffield Wednesday against Rotherham (on the 3rd of March).

We will also seen the EFL Trophy semi-finals, whilst there is also a League One clash between Gillingham and promotion hopefuls Lincoln live on Sky Sports in February.

Wednesday 3 February – Brentford v Bristol City – Championship – 19:45
Friday 5 February – Gillingham v Lincoln City – League One – 18:00
Friday 5 February – Swansea City v Norwich City – Championship – 20:15
Saturday 6 February – Coventry City v Watford – Championship – 12:30
Friday 12 February – Blackburn Rovers v Preston North End – Championship – 19:45
Saturday 13 February – Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth – Championship – 12:30
Tuesday 16 February – Luton Town v Cardiff City – Championship – 20:15
Tuesday 16 February – Middlesbrough v Huddersfield Town – Championship – 19:45 (co-exclusive)
Wednesday 17 February – AFC Bournemouth v Rotherham United – Championship – 20:15
Friday 19 February – Watford v Derby County – Championship – 19:45
Saturday 20 February – Coventry City v Brentford – Championship – 12:30
Tuesday 23 February – Rotherham United v Nottingham Forest – Championship – 19:45
Tuesday 23 February – Luton Town v Millwall – Championship – 19:45 (co-exclusive)
Wednesday 24 February – Preston North End v Queens Park Rangers – Championship – 19:45
Friday 26 February – Derby County v Nottingham Forest – Championship – 19:45
Saturday 27 February – AFC Bournemouth v Watford – Championship – 12:30


Tuesday 2 March – Reading v Blackburn Rovers – Sky Bet Championship – 20:00
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)


Friday 22 January – Stoke City v Watford – Championship – 19:45
Sunday 24 January – Preston North End v Reading – Championship – 12:30
Sunday 24 January – Middlesbrough v Blackburn Rovers – Championship – 15:00
Sunday 24 January – Preston North End v Reading – Championship – 12:30
Tuesday 26 January – Ipswich Town v Sunderland AFC – League One – 19:45
Friday 29 January – Reading v AFC Bournemouth – Championship – 20:00
Saturday 30 January – Norwich City v Middlesbrough – Championship – 12:30
Saturday 30 January – Huddersfield Town v Stoke City – Championship – 15:00

What do you make of the latest EFL TV selections just released? Let us know your thoughts below!


@cafc___: Alright lads! League one and league 2 teams are struggling during this pandemic. Wonder if you’ll be able to put a few on sky?

@Ponmpey: Nice mix of the leagues there lads, some tv money for league two teams could help them during a pandemic.

@OrientLiam: 15 teams going for promotion in L2 and no games televised lol

@JoePavett00: League 2 is the closest league in the EFL system right now and they still air zero games. I don’t think there’s been a League 2 game all season that’s been on TV

@JumpingJephcott: I never knew the championship was the only part of the efl

@stgrimmers: League 1 and 2 don’t exist clearly

@markolamby: Hopefully @primevideosport get the rights to L1 & L2 and start showing games

@willyfog44: Loving how it’s a mix of Championship, Championship and Championship football

@ED_PVFC: Hi lads. There are three leagues in the #EFL

@R0manWalls: this is ridiculous now. what is actually the point in sky having the rights to league one and two if they just show the playoffs

@GrecianInItaly: Not like League 2 clubs need TV money or anything in these times. #OtherLeaguesExist

@martyn_haworth: If @SkyFootball have no intention of using their rights to L2 football then please let someone else have them.

@martyn_haworth: There is plenty of interest in L1 and L2 and some great football being played, especially at Carlisle (and there will be again when we are back playing). You can’t expect a product to grow or even maintain if you constantly overlook it.

@JME2596: 1 League one game and no League 2 again?

@ConorSammon100: Sky Sports Championship*

@StfcBrandon: You mean Championsip not EFL

@Yellowtillidie: 72 teams in the EFL just to let you know

@NewmanHay: You choice of the Football League is essentially Championship or Championship, with a little sprinkling of League One. It comes across like Sky has bought the rights purely so no one else can have it.

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