Sky Sports have unveiled their comprehensive collection of Sky Wager Championship matches for are living broadcast in August 2022.
As already been verified, Sky have picked Huddersfield’s household clash versus Burnley as the opening match of the season, which will take spot on Friday 29 July at 8pm BST Uk Time as the Terriers search to start off lifetime right after Carlos Corberan on a substantial subsequent his resignation.
Sky will also air West Bromwich Albion and Coventry City’s visits to Middlesbrough and Sunderland on 30 and 31 July respectively, with the opening weekend motion concluding at Vicarage Road as Watford host Sheffield United on Monday 1 August.
Norwich’s household clash towards Wigan will open up the 2nd round of the year with kick-off at Carrow Road on Saturday 6 August moved to 12:30pm, while West Brom will meet up with Watford on Monday 8 August at The Hawthorns reside on Sky.
Watford then will host Burnley in the very first meeting of two of the 3 teams relegated from the Premier League at stop of last time, with the fixture at Vicarage Road verified for Friday 12 August at 8pm.
Cardiff will then host Birmingham Town the pursuing working day on 13 August at 12:30pm at Cardiff City Stadium.
The very first midweek spherical of the time throughout 16 and 17 August will see QPR host Blackpool and Sunderland take a look at Sheffield Utd on both dates respectively.
Sky will then air Millwall and Cardiff’s journeys to Norwich and Bristol Metropolis on 19 and 21 August respectively.
Luton and Sheffield Utd will meet at Kenilworth Road in a stay clash on Friday 26 August, with both of those groups searching to struggle for promotion following having misplaced their play-off semi-finals previous period.
Sunderland then host Norwich on Saturday 27 August just before Watford host Middlesbrough on Tuesday 30 August, as the Hornets seem to rejoice the centenary of Vicarage Road’s unveiling with a win.
Sky will conclude their opening month’s assortment of Championship action at Bloomfield Road on Wednesday 31 August, as Blackpool host Blackburn Rovers.
|Friday 29 July||Huddersfield v Burnley||8:00pm|
|Saturday 30 July||Middlesbrough v West Brom||5:30pm|
|Sunday 31 July||Sunderland v Coventry||12:00pm|
|Monday 1 August||Watford v Sheffield United||8:00pm|
|Saturday 6 August||Norwich v Wigan||12:30pm|
|Monday 8 August||West Brom v Watford||8:00pm|
|Friday 12 August||Watford v Burnley||8:00pm|
|Saturday 13 August||Cardiff v Birmingham Town||12:30pm|
|Tuesday 16 August||QPR v Blackpool||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 17 August||Sheffield United v Sunderland||8:00pm|
|Friday 19 August||Norwich v Millwall||8:00pm|
|Sunday 21 August||Bristol Metropolis v Cardiff Metropolis||12:00pm|
|Friday 26 August||Luton v Sheffield United||8:00pm|
|Saturday 27 August||Sunderland v Norwich||12:30pm|
|Tuesday 30 August||Watford v Middlesbrough||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 31 August||Blackpool v Blackburn||8:00pm|