Blackburn Rovers (a)

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by Old Man Andrews » 21 Aug 2018 12:54

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Old Man Andrews wrote:Decent. It will kill a lot of midweek away attendances for us this season but if it saves me having to go to places like Blackburn I am all in for it.


Not HD, but I suppose it's better than nothing


It also means not having to listen to Dellor and Gooding for 90 minutes.

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"Paul McShane Tim"

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by Old Man Andrews » 21 Aug 2018 12:55

RG30 wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:Decent. It will kill a lot of midweek away attendances for us this season but if it saves me having to go to places like Blackburn I am all in for it.


Try tonight? 3 Champ games on the red button with Swansea Leeds on as normal


I am not in tonight for that hotbed of footballing action sadly.

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by Silver Fox » 21 Aug 2018 15:01

Anyone know about watching via either the Sky Sports app or the Sky Q app?

I'm in the Alton Towers hotel tomorrow night and really don't want to miss John Sim's debut

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by Old Man Andrews » 21 Aug 2018 15:04

Silver Fox wrote:Anyone know about watching via either the Sky Sports app or the Sky Q app?

I'm in the Alton Towers hotel tomorrow night and really don't want to miss John Sim's debut

Read on Twitter you can watch on the Sky Football app as long as you register.

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by RG30 » 21 Aug 2018 15:04

This season on Sky Sports you can see every game in the midweek rounds of the Sky Bet Championship LIVE via the red button.

In another great addition for football fans this season on Sky Sports, you can also see each match streamed live on the Sky Sports app - simply sign in with your Sky iD to view.

It all starts on Tuesday night when we show Swansea v Leeds live on Sky Sports Football with three more fixtures available in full on the red button:

Derby v Ipswich (7.45pm)
QPR v Bristol City (7.45pm)
Rotherham v Hull (7.45pm)

And then on Wednesday night you can see Aston Villa v Brentford live on Sky Sports Football with every other Championship game on the red button:

Blackburn v Reading (7.45pm)
Norwich v Preston (7.45pm)
Sheffield Wednesday v Millwall (7.45pm)
Bolton v Birmingham (8pm)
Stoke v Wigan (8pm)
No matter which Championship team you support, you can see your team live, in full and with commentary, on every midweek round, either via your television or on your mobile.

For Sky Q customers, the matches on the red button will be available in HD quality and the service comes at no extra cost.


http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/11478037/every-midweek-sky-bet-championship-match-live-on-the-red-button-with-sky-sports


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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by Silver Fox » 21 Aug 2018 15:11

Cheers both, I look forward to throwing my ipad at the wall

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Re: Blackburn Rovers (a)

by tee peg » 21 Aug 2018 17:51

Silver Fox wrote:Cheers both, I look forward to throwing my ipad at the wall



The cat has fcuked off already..........

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