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Sheffield Wednesday game re-arranged

City’s Sky Bet Championship home match with Sheffield Wednesday – exclusively available to watch on Robins TV – has been pushed back 24 hours.   

The fixture was due to be played on Saturday, September 26th (3pm) but will now take place on Sunday, September 27th (1pm). 

The match has been rearranged from the original date to aid recovery following confirmation of City’s Carabao Cup Round Three tie with Aston Villa being played on Thursday, September 24th (7pm). 

Robins TV will be exclusively showing the league encounter against the Owls, with coverage starting from 12.30pm. The enhanced Robins TV matchday programme, which is available for just £10, features multi-angle, multi-replay production, commentary and expert analysis. 

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City’s Carabao Cup Round Three tie against Aston Villa at Ashton Gate will be played on Thursday, September 24th (7pm KO).

Fans in the UK will be able to watch the match against the Villans on the competition’s official streaming site – Carabao Cup Live – for just £10.

The Robins set up the tie with a 4-0 victory over Northampton Town, courtesy of a Kasey Palmer brace and goals from Chris Martin and Antoine Semenyo.

Due to the opposition being in the Premier League rather than the English Football League, Robins TV is unable to stream this game, but is available to supporters on Carabao Cup Live.

Meanwhile, the Carabao Cup Round Four draw will be made live on Sky Sports, following the Brighton & Hove Albion v Portsmouth Round Two tie this evening (Thursday, September 17th, 7.45pm KO).

The Round Four draw will be made on an either/or basis as the Round Three fixtures will not yet have been completed. This is to help enable the EFL, clubs and broadcasters to plan with additional clarity over a busy period of fixtures.

The streaming of Carabao Cup matches is a temporary measure that has been put in place whilst clubs operate at a zero or reduced capacity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and will be subject to regular review.

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