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More Championship games announced to be shown live on Sky Sports

More Championship games 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 the excited and much anticipated batch already announced recently. Some fans are already preparing to watch bein sports NZ so that they don’t miss out on any of the action.

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.

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So who what are the new additions to be televised by Sky Sports? There is a triple-header across successive days in the race for the Premier League starts with second-placed West Brom hosting fourth-placed Fulham on Tuesday the 14th of July with kick-off at 5pm.

Brentford, who currently sit third in the Championship table, are still in the hunt for an automatic promotion place, will host playoff hopefuls Preston at the soon to be demolished Griffin Park in front of the Sky Sports cameras on Wednesday the 15th of July, kicking off at 5pm.

And then it’s attention Leeds on Thursday the 16th of July who hope to finally end their 16-year wait of returning to the top flight, when they face Yorkshire rivals Barnsley in a third 5pm kickoff.


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


Tues July 7: Nottingham Forest vs Fulham – 5pm
Weds July 8: West Brom vs Derby – 5pm
Thurs July 9: Leeds vs Stoke – 5pm
Fri July 10: Huddersfield vs Luton – 6pm
Fri July 10: Fulham vs Cardiff – 8.15pm
Sat July 11: Derby vs Brentford – 12.30pm
Sun July 12: Swansea vs Leeds – 1.30pm


Tuesday July 7
Nottingham Forest vs Fulham – 5pm, Sky Sports
Birmingham City vs Swansea City – 7.45pm
Brentford vs Charlton Athletic – 7.45pm
Cardiff City vs Blackburn Rovers – 7.45pm
Luton Town vs Barnsley – 7.45pm
Reading vs Huddersfield Town – 7.45pm
Sheffield Wednesday vs Preston North End – 7.45pm

Wednesday July 8
West Bromwich Albion vs Derby County – 5pm, Sky Sports
Bristol City vs Hull City – 7.45pm
Millwall v Middlesbrough – 7.45pm
Wigan Athletic vs Queens Park Rangers – 7.45pm

Thursday July 9
Leeds United vs Stoke City – 5pm, Sky Sports

Friday July 10
Huddersfield Town vs Luton Town – 6pm, Sky Sports
Fulham vs Cardiff City – 8.15pm, Sky Sports

Saturday July 11
Derby County vs Brentford – 12.30pm, Sky Sports
Barnsley vs Wigan Athletic – 3pm
Blackburn Rovers vs West Bromwich Albion – 3pm
Charlton Athletic vs Reading – 3pm
Hull City vs Millwall – 3pm
Middlesbrough vs Bristol City – 3pm
Preston North End vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm
Queens Park Rangers vs Sheffield Wednesday – 3pm
Stoke City vs Birmingham City – 3pm

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

Tuesday July 14
West Bromwich Albion vs Fulham – 5pm, Sky Sports
Birmingham City vs Charlton Athletic – 7.45pm
Bristol City vs Stoke City – 7.45pm
Cardiff City vs Derby County – 7.45pm
Luton Town vs Queens Park Rangers – 7.45pm
Millwall vs Blackburn Rovers – 7.45pm
Nottingham Forest vs Swansea City – 7.45pm
Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield Town – 7.45pm
Wigan Athletic vs Hull City – 7.45pm
Reading vs Middlesbrough – 8pm

Wednesday July 15
Brentford vs Preston North End – 5pm, Sky Sports

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

Saturday, July 18
Barnsley vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm
Blackburn Rovers vs Reading – 3pm
Charlton Athletic vs Wigan Athletic – 3pm
Derby County vs Leeds United – 3pm
Fulham vs Sheffield Wednesday – 3pm
Huddersfield Town vs West Bromwich Albion – 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
Stoke City vs Brentford – 3pm
Swansea City vs Bristol City – 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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