Championship play-offs: Live on Sky Sports TV (Brighton, Hull, Derby, Sheffield Wednesday)

Championship play-offs: Live on Sky Sports TV (Brighton, Hull, Derby, Sheffield Wednesday)

Brighton, Hull, Derby and Sheffield Wednesday will begin their quest to become a Premier League team next season as the Championship play-offs start this weekend.

Sky Sports will show all four games from Friday 13th – Tuesday 17th May 2016.

The action starts at 7.30pm, Friday evening on Sky Sports 1 as Sheffield Wednesday host Brighton at Hillsborough Stadium before travelling south to the Falmer Stadium for the second leg on Monday 16th May (SS1 7.30pm).

The second semi-final sees Derby County host Hull City at 12.00pm on Saturday 14th May (SS1) before City host Derby in the second leg on Tuesday 17 May.

All four matches will be available in HD and streamed live on Sky’s internet services, Now TV and Sky Go.

The final will be held at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 28th May at 5.00pm.

Quick TV guide

Sheffield Wednesday v Brighton
Friday 13 May – Sky Sports 1 – 7.30pm

Derby v Hull City
Saturday 14 May – Sky Sports 1 – 12.00pm

Brighton v Sheffield Wednesday
Monday 16 May – Sky Sports 1 – 7.30pm

Hull City v Derby
Tuesday 17 May – Sky Sports 7.30pm

Updated: Thursday 12 May 2016
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