Sky Sports will broadcast 14 live Sky Bet EFL matches in October as the new Championship, League One and League two seasons take shape.
Sky Sports will show 130 live Sky Bet EFL league matches throughout the 2020/21 campaign, with QPR’s trip to Coventry on Friday September 18 followed by a lunchtime clash at the City Ground between Nottingham Forest and Cardiff a day later.
The following Friday sees Huddersfield host Nottingham Forest in front of the Sky Sports cameras, with newly-promoted Wycombe welcoming Swansea on Saturday September 26.
Bournemouth’s trip to Coventry on October 2, and Norwich’s clash with Derby on October 3, usher in the next month of Championship action on Sky Sports, before Fleetwood’s League One clash with Hull on October 9, and Harrogate Town’s League Two trip to Bradford on October 12, take centre stage during the international break.
Nottingham Forest host rivals Derby County on October 23 before Watford and Bournemouth reunite for the first time following their relegation from the Premier League on October 24.
Confirmed EFL games on Sky Sports
September 11: Watford vs Middlesbrough, 7.45pm
September 12: Birmingham City vs Brentford, 12.30pm
September 13: Ipswich Town vs Wigan Athletic, 12pm
September 18: Coventry vs QPR, 7.45pm
September 19: Nottingham Forest vs Cardiff, 12.30pm
September 25: Huddersfield vs Nottingham Forest, 7.45pm
September 26: Wycombe vs Swansea, 12.30pm
October 2: Coventry vs Bournemouth, 6pm*
October 3: Norwich vs Derby, 12.30pm
October 9: Fleetwood vs Hull, 7.45pm
October 12: Bradford vs Harrogate Town, 7.45pm
October 16: Derby vs Watford, 7.45pm
October 18: Preston vs Cardiff, 12pm
October 20: Norwich vs Birmingham, 7.45pm
October 20: Millwall vs Luton, 7.45pm
October 21: Sheffield Wednesday vs Brentford, 7.45pm
October 23: Nottingham Forest vs Derby, 7.45pm
October 24: Watford vs Bournemouth, 12.30pm
October 27: Wycombe vs Watford, 7.45pm
October 27: Swansea vs Stoke, 7.45pm
October 28: Luton vs Nottingham Forest, 7.45pm
*Kick-off time subject to change
All Sky Bet EFL matches available on TV or online
While the doors remain shut to fans, or with limited spectators allowed through the turnstiles, an arrangement exists whereby all matches that are not live on Sky Sports will be available to stream by clubs on iFollow (or club equivalent service), for a match pass price of £10.
In addition, season-ticket holders will, under the newly agreed framework, be provided access to all home games subject to the agreement of the club where the supporter holds a season ticket….