How can I watch Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday? Who is the ref? The latest odds

Sheffield Wednesday, who returned to the bottom of the Sky Bet Championship following their 2-1 defeat at Norwich City on Saturday, hit the road again when they make the short trip to Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night.

Monday, 7th December 2020, 2:18 pm

The Owls have failed to record a win in the five games since Tony Pulis took over the reins from Garry Monk and will be hoping to secure their first victory in seven in the Yorkshire derby against the Terriers, who defeated QPR 2-0 at home on Saturday.

Here’s how you can follow the game.

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

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The game takes place at the John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday, December 8 and kick-off is 7.45pm.

Is Town v Wednesday on TV? How can I follow it live?

Yes, the game is available to watch on Sky Sports Football via the red button.

Is there any streaming available?

If you’re not a Sky Sports subscriber, you can watch the match via the red button on certain smart TV or mobile devices by purchasing a Sky Sport Day Pass from Now TV.

A Day Pass costs £9.99 and gives you access to all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours.

iFollow passes are also available for £10 via https://www.swfc.co.uk/matches/fixtures/.

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 the John Smith’s Stadium. You can follow them on Twitter via @AlexMiller91 and @YesWeCrann.

Who is the referee?

Keith Stroud is the referee and Sam Lewis and Mark Dwyer are his assistants. The fourth official is Michael Salisbury.

What are the odds?

Sky Bet is offering the following odds:

Town – 6/4

Draw – 11/5

Wednesday – 15/8

Are any tickets available?

No. The game will be played behind closed doors due to the John Smith’s Stadium being in West Yorkshire which, like Sheffield, is an area placed under Covid-19 tier three restrictions by the Government.

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