These can be streamed at the home Club's discretion. These fixtures will be played on Tuesday 16th / Wednesday 17th August and Tuesday 30th / Wednesday 31st August. And two sets of weekend fixtures in December during the World Cup can also be streamed at the home Club's discretion. These fixtures will be played on Saturday 10th December and Saturday 17th December. The following matches are excluded from streaming: 3pm games on Saturday Any game selected by Sky Sports (excluding the eight midweek games that will be co-broadcast on Sky Sports and on Club streaming) All Carabao Cup matches Play-Off matches FA Cup matches (rights are held by The FA) League One and League Two In League One and League Two, there are six sets of midweek fixtures which will be streamed by Clubs, excluding Sky Sports selections. 16th August 2022 13th September 2022 25th October 2022 29th December 2022 14th February 2023 18th April 2023 The following Saturday fixtures, which take place during the World Cup, will also be streamed by Clubs: 19th November 2022 3rd December 2022 10th December 2022 17th December 2022 The following fixture dates, set for the international break, will also be streamed by Clubs: 24th September 2022 25th March 2023 And fixtures on the following Bank Holidays will also be streamed by Clubs: New Year's Day (1st and 2nd of January 2023) Papa Johns Trophy All Papa Johns Trophy matches will be streamed by Clubs, except for the Semi-Finals and Final, which will be broadcast by Sky Sports.
Sunderland, meanwhile, qualified at Shrewsbury Town's expense. Matthew Pennington's 81st-minute strike gave Shrewsbury the lead, but a late fightback from the Black Cats saw them score two injury time goals to secure progress. Fulham are coming off a 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at home, with Harry Kane's strike in first half injury time settling the contest. Meanwhile, Sunderland triumphed over Middlesbrough with a routine 2-0 home win. Ross Stewart and Amad Diallo scored second half goals after the visitors were reduced to ten men. Fulham vs Sunderland Head-to-Head and Key Numbers The two teams have clashed on 64 previous, with Sunderland leading 26-19.
Championship In the Championship there are eight sets of midweek fixtures which will be streamed by Clubs, excluding Sky Sports selections. These matches will also be shown on the Sky Sports Red Button. These dates are: 13th/14th September 2022 4th/5th October 2022 18th/19th October 2022 1st/2nd November 2022 29th/30th December 2022 14th/15th February 2023 14th/15th March 2023 18th/19th April 2023 The following Bank Holiday fixtures can also be streamed at the home Club’s discretion, excluding Sky Sports selections: Boxing Day (26th December 2022) New Year's Day (1st and 2nd of January (2023) Good Friday (7th April 2023) Easter Monday (10th April 2023) On top of this, there are two extra rounds of midweek fixtures in August that have been moved from weekends in December to make way for the World Cup.
Fulham vs Sunderland Prediction and Betting Tips | January 28, 2023Fulham will welcome Sunderland to Craven Cottage for a fourth round clash in the FA Cup on Saturday (January 28). The hosts qualified for this round with a 2-0 win at Hull City. Layvin Kurzawa opened the scoring with a 37th-minute strike before Daniel James made sure of the result in the fourth minute of injury time.
EFL Official Website - iFollow & StreamingUK Streaming A selection of Championship, League One and League Two matches can be streamed by Clubs in the UK (comprising of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man). 43 Clubs for the 2022/23 season will use the EFL's iFollow platform to give access to games, while the remaining 29 Clubs will use their own platforms.. Access to your Club's streaming service can be found above. Find matches ineligible for streaming.