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Sky Sports has confirmed even more live Sky Bet Football League matches for the opening months of the new season, including some huge derby clashes.

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Derby v Forest: Will be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday September 14

Derby v Forest: Will be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday September 14

In the first few weeks of the season you can see the East Anglia derby between Ipswich and Norwich on Saturday August 23 and the East Midlands showdown between Nottingham Forest and Derby on Sunday September 14.

As previously announced, our live coverage will kick off with Blackburn v Cardiff City on Friday August 8 and there will be three more games live on the opening weekend of the Football League season.

All three divisions are covered and you can see a full list of live matches at www.skysports.com/football

Confirmed live Football League matches on Sky Sports:

FRI AUG 8: Blackburn Rovers v Cardiff City (ko 7.45 pm)

SAT AUG 9: Sheffield Utd v Bristol City (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT AUG 9: Ipswich v Fulham (ko 5.15 pm)

SUN AUG 10: Wolves v Norwich (ko 4pm)

SAT AUG 16: Leeds v Middlesbrough (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT AUG 23: Ipswich v Norwich (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT AUG 30: Sheff Weds v Nottingham Forest (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT SEP 6: Luton Town v Plymouth Argyle (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT SEP 7: Burton Albion v Portsmouth (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT SEP 13: Birmingham v Leeds (ko 12.15 pm)

SUN SEP 14: Nottingham Forest v Derby (ko 1.15 pm)

SAT SEP 20: Watford v Bournemouth (ko 12.15 pm)

SUN SEP 28: Reading v Wolves (ko 1.15 pm)

FRI OCT 3: Blackpool v Cardiff City (ko 7.45pm)

SAT OCT 4: Leeds  v Sheffield Weds (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT OCT 11: Cambridge Utd v Oxford Utd (ko 12.15 pm)

FRI OCT 17: Rotherham Utd v Leeds Utd (ko 7.45pm)

SAT OCT 18: Cardiff City v Nottingham Forest (ko 12.15 pm)

FRI OCT 24: Fulham v Charlton Athletic (ko 7.45pm)

SAT OCT 25: Millwall v Cardiff City (ko 12.15 pm)

FRI OCT 31: Bournemouth v Brighton (ko 7.45pm)

SAT NOV 1: Wolves v Birmingham City (ko TBA)

SAT NOV 8: Derby County v Wolves (ko 12.15 pm)

SAT NOV 15: Plymouth Argyle v Portsmouth (ko 12.05 pm)

FRI NOV 21: Brentford v Fulham (ko 7.45pm)

SAT NOV 22: Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Weds (ko 12.15 pm)

The Sky Bet Football League is part of an unrivalled schedule of live football on Sky Sports which includes the Barclays Premier League, UEFA Champions League, La Liga and the SPFL as well as a host of shows. Next season, Sky will offer more live football than ever before as it adds live UEFA EURO 2016 qualifiers from September.

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