Sky Sports have announced 10 festive Championship fixtures selected for live broadcast.
Sky will commence their festive second-tier coverage with a Boxing Day triple-header as Sunderland host Blackburn at Stadium of Light in a 12:30pm GMT kick-off, followed by QPR’s trip to Cardiff at 5:15pm that same date.
Promotion contenders, Luton then host Norwich at Kenilworth Road in a Monday Night Football clash at Kenilworth Road from 8pm GMT, which concludes the triple-header.
Bank Holiday Tuesday 27 December sees a double-header at 5:15pm and 8pm respectively, as Reading host Swansea in the early evening kick-off before Burnley take on Birmingham City at Turf Moor.
All 24 teams will then be in midweek action across 29-30 December in the final round to be held in 2022, with Sky airing a double-bill on 29 December as QPR host Luton at Loftus Road in a 6pm kick-off, before Sheffield United visit Blackpool at 8:15pm that evening.
Ewood Park will play host to the first competitive English football match of 2023 as Blackburn host Cardiff at 12pm on New Year’s Day.
Bank Holiday Monday 2 January will see two matches televised albeit split either side of Brentford’s Premier League clash against Liverpool at 5:30pm, as Norwich host Watford in a 3pm match followed by QPR’s Monday Night Football encounter against Sheffield Utd at Loftus Road from 8pm.
Here is a full list of Championship matches to be televised live between 1 November – 2 January on Sky Sports
|Tuesday 1 November||Bristol City v Sheffield United||8:00pm|
|Tuesday 1 November||Luton v Reading||7:45pm|
|Wednesday 2 November||Norwich v QPR||8:00pm|
|Friday 4 November||Reading v Preston||8:00pm|
|Saturday 5 November||Sheffield United v Burnley||12:30pm|
|Tuesday 8 November||Watford v Reading||8:00pm|
|Friday 11 November||Birmingham City v Sunderland||8:00pm|
|Sunday 13 November||Burnley v Blackburn||12:30pm|
|Saturday 10 December||Blackburn v Preston||12:00pm|
|Sunday 11 December||QPR v Burnley||1:00pm|
|Monday 12 December||Sunderland v West Brom||8:00pm|
|Friday 16 December||Birmingham City v Reading||8:00pm|
|Saturday 17 December||Norwich v Blackburn||5:30pm|
|Sunday 18 December||Luton v Millwall||12:00pm|
|Monday 19 December||Wigan v Sheffield United||8:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Sunderland v Blackburn||12:30pm|
|Monday 26 December||Cardiff v QPR||5:15pm|
|Monday 26 December||Luton v Norwich||7:45pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Reading v Swansea||5:15pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Burnley v Birmingham City||8:00pm|
|Thursday 29 December||QPR v Luton||6:00pm|
|Thursday 29 December||Blackpool v Sheffield United||8:15pm|
|Sunday 1 January 2023||Blackburn v Cardiff||12:00pm|
|Monday 2 January 2023||Norwich v Watford||3:00pm|
|Monday 2 January 2023||QPR v Sheffield United||8:00pm|