Brentford vs Fulham live stream: How to watch, TV channel, radio coverage and kick-off time for Championship play-off final
Aug. 04, 2020
London rivals Brentford and Fulham make the short trip to Wembley tonight for the Championship play-off final.
A place in the Premier League is at stake for the Championship rivals in the most expensive match in world football.
The Bees, who missed out on automatic promotion on the last day of the regular season, beat Swansea in their semi-final to say goodbye to Griffin Park in style.
Meanwhile, the Cottagers held on at home to Cardiff to win 3-2 on aggregate and book their place at the Home of Football.
Brentford vs Fulham: Date and kick-off time
The Championship play-off final will take place on Tuesday, August 4 and kick-off at Wembley is set for 7.45pm.
Brentford completed the double over Fulham in the league this term, winning 1-0 at Griffin Park and 2-0 at Craven Cottage.
This will be the Bees first appearance in the play-off final while Fulham won this match in 2018 only to be immediately relegated last term.
Brentford vs Fulham: TV channel and live stream
The showpiece Wembley clash is live on Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
Coverage commences at 7pm – 45 minutes before kick-off.
To live stream, head to your Sky Go account.
Non-Sky Sports subscribers can watch the match with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
Brentford vs Fulham: Radio coverage
talkSPORT will have full, exclusive coverage of the match from 7pm.
Hugh Woozencroft will be your host at Wembley with commentary then coming from Sam Matterface and Dean Ashton.
You can listen online HERE or through the radio player below:
Brentford vs Fulham: Team news
Fulham are hoping to have talisman Aleksandar Mitrovic, who missed the semi-final win over Cardiff with a hamstring strain.
Boss Scott Parker has said the Serb is ready to start the match at Wembley but it remains to be seen how match-fit he is.
Parker will also hope Neeskens Kebano will be able to return after being substituted in the second leg against Cardiff, also with a hamstring injury.
Brentford have no new injury issues and Thomas Frank’s biggest decision will be whether to go with Emiliano Marcondes or Josh Dasilva in midfield.
Rico Henry was sent off in the play-off semi-finals but is eligible to play.
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