The Football League and Sky Sports have announced the games selected for live TV coverage for September. These 16 games are in addition to the two already announced for the Capital One Cup. The next set of games will be announced in July.
The new deal between Sky Sports and the Football League, will mean that there will be 112 games shown live over the course of the season, plus the 15 play-off finals and the three finals.
Channel 5 have the highlights package for the Football League, and these games will be shown earlier than wit the BBC in recent seasons.
|Fri 7 August||19.45||Brighton v Nottm Forest||Championship|
|Sat 8 Aug||12.30||Leeds v Burnley||Championship|
|Sun 9 Aug||12.00||Preston v Middlesborough||Championship|
|Sun16 Aug||12.00||Wolves v Hull||Championship|
|Fri 21 Aug||19.45||Birmingham v Derby||Championship|
|Sat 22 Aug||12.30||Leeds v Sheff Wed||Championship|
|Fri 28 Aug||19.45||Blackburn v Bolton||Championship|
|Sat 29 Aug||12.05||Derby v Leeds||Championship|
|Sat 5 September||12.05||Southend v Peterborough||League 1|
|Sun 6 Sep||12.15||Bristol Rovers v Oxford Utd||League 2|
|Sun 6 Sep||14.30||Burton v Coventry||League 1|
|Fri 11 Sep||20.00||Reading v Ipswich||Championship|
|Sat 19 Sep||12.30||Nottm Forest v Middlesborough||Championship|
|Fri 25 Sep||19.45||Fulham v QPR||Championship|
|Fri 2 October||19.45||Rotherham v Burnley||Championship|
|Sat 3 Oct||12.30||Wolves v Huddersfield||Championship|
Former Exeter City player, Don Goodman, will be on the panel of experts along with Peter Beagrie and Andy Hinchcliffe. The shows will be hosted by Simon Thomas.