THERE’S a full midweek round of Championship fixtures for Tuesday, November 1 and Wednesday, November 2 – with all games available on Sky either on the main channels or the red button.
Sky’s contract with the EFL for live TV rights allows them to show games they’ve not selected as their main channel matches for full midweek rounds. Sky have Bristol City v Sheffield United and Norwich v QPR as their main matches getting the full Sky Sports coverage with more limited coverage of Luton v Reading on the Sky Sports Arena channel.
All others will have single-camera coverage with no replays on Sky Sports’ red button and app.
ITV 4 will have highlights on Wednesday night from 10.30pm.
Goals and key moments from the Championship will also be shown as they happen on Soccer Special on Sky Sports News.
The Championship midweek games are available to watch live via clubs’ official websites for a fee – these feature more camera angles and replays than the red button coverage.
The Africa Cup of Nations is underway with ALL games on Sky Sports – and some available FREE-TO-AIR on the BBC.
All 52 matches will be available across Sky’s sports channels while BBC will also show ten on them, some on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport online site and app. Some of the BBC’s games will also be available on their TV channels.
The BBC’s matches include the final and semi-finals which will be shown on BBC Three as it makes its return as a TV channel after only being available online.
The TV guide for the group stage is listed below – BBC free-to-air matches are highlighted in a shaded box.