Sheffield Wednesday v Brentford: Is the match on TV? How can I stream the match? What are the betting odds? Team news, highlights, ticket details

Sheffield Wednesday welcome a Brentford side in-form and seventh in the table on Saturday, hoping to record another three points after an impressive 3-1 win at Charlton Athletic.

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But can fans unable to get down to Hillsborough watch the match on television? And who are the bookies favourites to win the game?

Let’s take a look at a few key details ahead of the big match.

What time does the match kick off?

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The match kicks off at 3pm at Hillsborough on Saturday November 7.

Can I watch the match on TV?

The match is not being shown on television in the UK.

Can I stream the match online?

Hillsborough Stadium
Hillsborough Stadium

The match is available to stream on Sheffield Wednesday’s iFollow service. For £10 you can access their match pass, which allows you to live video stream or listen to live audio commentary of the match, depending on availability due to broadcasting restrictions.

Former Owls forward John Pearson features on iFollow commentary and the pass also allows access to match highlights and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. More details can be found via the club website.

Who are the favourites to win the match?

Despite Brentford’s run of three wins in their last four matches, Wedneday are narrow favourites in this one, best priced at 17/10.

Brentford are best priced at 19/10, with the draw out at 12/5.

Can I still get tickets for the match?

Tickets are still available via the club website.

Adult pricing from £30.00 to £36.00

Senior pricing from £20.00 to £26.00

U11 pricing £10.00

U17 pricing £15.00

U21 pricing from £20.00 to £26.00

U5 pricing £5.00

What is the Sheffield Wednesday team news?

More will be revealed during Garry Monk’s pre-match press conference, but from a fully-fit outfield squad that won at Charlton, only Fernando Forestieri is a doubt after he was substituted at half-time with a knock to his knee.

Julian Borner is in-line for a re-call as he returns from suspension.

Where can I watch highlights of the match?

Championship highlights will be shown on TV channel Quest as part of a four year deal which offer 90 minutes of match highlights at 9pm every Saturday night. The show is hosted by Colin Murray.

Quest also show highlights of midweek matches on shows that are an hour long.

Quest is shown on Freeview channel 37, Sky channel 144, Virgin channel 172 or on Freesat channel 167.