Norwich City v Millwall: Kick off time and how to watch Sky Bet Championship clash on TV
Millwall will travel to Carrow Road on Friday night
and live on Freeview channel 276
Meanwhile, Millwall find themselves fourth after snatching a point at Swansea after two goals in the 93rd and 95th minute saw them share the spoils at the Liberty Stadium.
It’s no surprise to see Millwall near the top of the league. At the end of last season, they still had an outside shot at reaching the play offs but fell to a 1-0 defeat away to promoted side Bournemouth.
With the game set to kick off the EFL action this week, here’s when it is and how to watch on TV.
What time is Norwich City v Millwall kick off?
Millwall are set to travel to their Championship counterparts on Friday night, with kick-off at 8pm.
How to watch Norwich City v Millwall on TV
The game will be broadcast live from Carrow Road on Sky Sports from 12pm, right after Soccer AM finishes.
How to sign up to Sky Sports and Now TV
You’ll need a Sky subscription to watch Sky Sports and there are different options to choose from.
If you want to go all out and have access to all 8 Sky Sports channels including Premier League, F1 and more then that will be an extra £25 a month on top of your current contract.
If you’re already in contract with another provider then you can also sign up to access Sky Sports through a Now TV membership.
On the Now TV website, it will show a sports membership and another option.
A daily subscription grants you 24 hour access to 11 sky sports channels, whereas a monthly subscription will allow you to watch all Sky channels whenever you wish, on upto three devices at any given time.
What is the expectation for Millwall?
Gary Rowett claimed that since he took over, this squad is the strongest he’s had at Millwall.
They replaced Jed Wallace with George Honeyman which is a shrewd piece of business, and as said, kept up with top six right until the last day.
If they can just turn a couple of those draws into wins there’s no reason they can’t make the play-offs, and then it’s anyone’s game.
A top half finish would be the absolute minimum expectation, however.
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