Eight more Football League games chosen for Sky Sports coverage

Stephen Ward of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates with team mates as he scxores their first goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Chelsea on January 2, 2012
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The Football League announces eight more games that have been chosen for live TV coverage on Sky Sports.

The Football League today revealed eight more fixtures between the end of September and mid-November that have been chosen for live television coverage on Sky Sports.

Three of Wolverhampton Wanderers' games - against Reading, Birmingham City and Derby County - have been shifted to be broadcast.

Other Championship games chosen for coverage are Cardiff City's trips to Blackpool and Millwall and the Yorkshire derby between Rotherham United and Leeds United.

In League Two, the football's equivalent of the boat race gets a lunchtime kickoff as Cambridge United host Oxford United, while the South Coast showdown between Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth is also brought forward.

Revised fixture times for Sky TV coverage

Reading vs. Wolves - 1.15pm, September 28
Blackpool vs. Cardiff - 7.45pm, October 3
Cambridge vs. Oxford - 12.15pm, October 11
Rotherham vs. Leeds - 7.45pm, October 17
Millwall vs. Cardiff - 12.15pm, October 25
Wolves vs. Birmingham - 12.15pm, November 1
Derby vs. Wolves - 12.15pm, November 8
Plymouth vs. Portsmouth - 12.05pm, November 15

Will Hughes of Derby County in action during the Pre Season Friendly match between Derby County and West Bromwich Albion at Pride Park Stadium on July 27, 2013
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