Sky Sports have announced 11 Sky Bet Championship matches selected for live coverage throughout September.
Birmingham City will host Derby County at St Andrews’ on Friday 10 September from 7:45pm BST in the first clash after September’s international break, with Cardiff’s trip to Nottingham Forest also selected for live coverage on Sunday 12 September at 2pm BST.
Sky will screen three ties across the two midweek rounds in September kicking off with Bournemouth and Blackburn’s home clashes against QPR and Hull respectively on Tuesday 14 September, with both matches scheduled for 7:45pm followed by Barnsley’s trip to Stoke at 8pm BST on Wednesday 15 September.
In the second midweek round across 28-29 September, Sky will televise a tasty clash at the Riverside Stadium as Neil Warnock’s Middlesbrough host his former team – Sheffield United on Tuesday 28 September from 7:45pm BST.
Sky will conclude September’s live coverage at Craven Cottage on Wednesday 29 September as Fulham host Swansea, whilst Forest’s trip to Barnsley at Oakwell will also be broadcast on an alternative Sky Sports channel at same time with both matches scheduled for 7:45pm BST.
Other highlights include a Yorkshire derby between Hull and Sheffield United at KCOM Stadium on Saturday 18 September from 12:30pm.
West Brom will host QPR in Friday Night Football from the second tier on 24 September at 8:00pm BST in their first meeting since the Baggies clinched promotion on the final evening of 2019-20 season, despite drawing 2-2 at The Hawthorns.
Middlesbrough face a 531.8 mile round trip on Saturday 25 September as they visit Reading in a lunchtime kick-off from 12:30pm.
Full match broadcast selection details can be found below.
|Friday 10 September||Birmingham City v Derby||7:45pm|
|Sunday 12 September||Nottingham Forest v Cardiff||2:00pm|
|Tuesday 14 September||Bournemouth v QPR||7:45pm|
|Tuesday 14 September||Blackburn v Hull||7:45pm|
|Wednesday 15 September||Stoke City v Barnsley||8:00pm|
|Saturday 18 September||Hull v Sheffield United||12:30pm|
|Friday 24 September||West Brom v QPR||8:00pm|
|Saturday 25 September||Reading v Middlesbrough||12:30pm|
|Tuesday 28 September||Middlesbrough v Sheffield United||7:45pm|
|Wednesday 29 September||Fulham v Swansea||7:45pm|
|Wednesday 29 September||Barnsley v Nottingham Forest||7:45pm|