How to watch Sheffield Wednesday's enthralling Championship season conclude on TV - cheapest Sky Sports deals, iFollow app, live match details & more

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(Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)
There's not long to go until Championship football returns, and Sheffield Wednesday will be aiming to hit the ground running and get some precious points under their belts, as they look to set themselves up for an improved 2020/21 campaign.

All nine remaining matches of the Owls' season will be played behind closed-doors, so here's everything you need to know about how to watch Garry Monk's side in action from the safety of your own home:

Who will be showing Sheffield Wednesday's remaining fixtures?

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Season ticket holders will be able to watch every match via the iFollow app.

While iFollow is not available on a smartTV, tech-savvy supporters can link their device up to their television via such means as HDMI cables, or through the use of screen mirroring applications.

Sky Sports have released their viewing schedule for June/early July, and will feature two Owls matches: Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday on June 28 and the away trip to Swansea City on July 12 (both 12pm kick off)

Which other games of interest will be televised?

By the looks of things, Sky Sports are largely focusing on the promotion race, with little coverage being given to sides in mid-table or the bottom half of the table.

The initial list of matches to be covered are as follows:

Fulham vs Brentford - June 20th

West Brom vs Birmingham - June 20th 3pm

Cardiff City vs Leeds - June 21st

Brentford vs West Brom - June 26th

Preston vs Cardiff - June 27th

Leeds vs Fulham - June 27th

Bristol City vs Sheff Wed - June 28th

Nottm Forest vs Huddersfield -June 28th

Millwall vs Swansea - June 30th

Preston vs Derby - July 1st

Hull vs Middlesbrough - July 2nd

What's the best deal I can get for Sky Sports channels?

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Package prices have been slashed ahead of football's return, as rival companies look to outdo their competition and secure long-term subscribers beyond the current campaign.

Sky have knocked £10 off their Sky TV and Sky Sports package, bringing it down to £39-per-month. As well as Championship action, they've got the bulk of the remaining Premier League games - 62 of them in total.

It is important to note that this deal requires the purchaser to commit to an 18-month contract, which includes a one-off £20 set-up charge.

Alternatively, NOW TV have reduced their Sky Sports monthly pass from £39.99 down to £33.99 - this will last for three months, taking viewers up until the end of the season, in what looks to be a more flexible option.

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BT Sport have slashed the cost of their 'Big sport' package from £40 down to £20. This includes all their sports channels, along with the Sky Sports suite via a Now TV pass. This package lasts 24 months, but it's flexible, so it can be turned off at the end of the season, and restart again at the start of the next.