How can I watch Coventry City v Sheffield Wednesday? Who is the ref? The latest odds

Sheffield Wednesday will be hoping to continue their mini-revival when they make the trip to the West Midlands on Saturday to take on Coventry City.

Tuesday, 12th January 2021, 12:00 pm

The Owls’ recent upturn in form – which has seen them win four of their last five games, including the FA Cup victory at Exeter City on Saturday – began by defeating the Sky Blues 1-0 at Hillsborough on December 19.

It’s a run which has lifted Wednesday, under the guidance of caretaker manager Neil Thompson, out of the Sky Bet Championship’s bottom three.

As for the Sky Blues, they go into Saturday’s game in 16th place but lost last time out in the FA Cup to Norwich City.

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Tom Lees scores the winner for Sheffield Wednesday against Coventry City when the two sides last met on December 19. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

Here’s how you can follow the game this weekend.

When is the match? What time is kick-off?

The game takes place at St Andrew’s, Birmingham, on Saturday, January 16 and kick-off is 3pm.

Is Coventry v Wednesday on TV?

No, the game hasn’t been selected for live coverage by Sky Sports but match highlights will be screened on the EFL on Quest highlights show from 9pm on Saturday.

Is there any streaming available?

iFollow passes will be available for £10 via

How else can I follow the game?

As ever, The Star will also be running a comprehensive live blog with team news, live updates, reaction and analysis from Alex Miller and Joe Crann – who will be among only a handful of people allowed into St Andrew’s. You can follow them on Twitter via @AlexMiller91 and @YesWeCrann.

Who is the referee?

The EFL is yet to announce the match officials for the game.

What are the odds?

Sky Bet is offering the following odds on the game:

Sky Blues – 5/4

Draw – 21/10

Wednesday – 12/5

Are any tickets available?

No, supporters are not currently allowed into stadia to watch matches in England due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions set out by the Government.

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