How can I watch Nottingham Forest v Sheffield Wednesday? Who is the ref? The latest odds
Bottom club Sheffield Wednesday come up against fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest in an early-season ‘six-pointer’ on Tuesday evening.
The Owls, who haven’t won for eight games and are yet to register a victory under recently-appointed Tony Pulis, had an afternoon to forget on Saturday when they were beaten 2-1 by South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley at Hillsborough and lost key man Dominic Iorfa for the season after he ruptured an achilles tendon.
However, they will come up against a Forest side also on a wretched run which has left them fourth-bottom in the Sky Bet Championship – just four points ahead of Wednesday.
Here’s how you can follow the game.
When is the match? What time is kick-off?
The game takes place at the City Ground on Tuesday, December 15 and kick-off is 7.45pm.
Is Forest 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 City Ground. You can follow them on Twitter via @AlexMiller91 and @YesWeCrann.
Who is the referee?
Stephen Martin is the referee and Wade Smith and Carl Fitch-Jackson are his assistants. The fourth official is Steven Copeland.
What are the odds?
Sky Bet is offering the following odds:
Forest – 5/4
Draw – 21/10
Wednesday – 12/5
Are any tickets available?
No. The game will be played behind closed doors as Nottinghamshire, like Sheffield, is an area which has been placed under Covid-19 tier three restrictions by the Government.