23 October 2019 18:35
Bristol City can go flying into the top four of the league tonight with a win. Keep an eye out for Bristol City updates across the day here Sky Sports will air Championship games throughout the season, and we will keep you up-to-date with every televised match as they are announced. RadioTimes.com has rounded up the full list of Championship 2019/20 fixtures – plus full Sky Sports listings and schedules as well as links to our exciting match previews and score predictions. Bristol City v Charlton (7:45pm) Sky Sports Red Button Derby v Wigan (7:45pm) Sky Sports Red Button Fulham v Luton (7:45pm) Sky Sports Red Button Huddersfield v Middlesbrough (7:45pm) Match preview and how to watch Nottingham Forest v Hull (7:45pm) Sky Sports Red Button Wednesday 27th November Saturday 30th November Wednesday 11th December Saturday 21st December Barnsley v West Brom Charlton v Bristol City Hull v Nottingham Forest Luton v Fulham Stoke v Sheffield Wednesday Bristol City v Luton Derby v Charlton Nottingham Forest v Wigan Sheffield Wednesday v Cardiff West Brom v Middlesbrough Bristol City v Brentford Nottingham Forest v Blackburn Sheffield Wednesday v Hull Swansea v Charlton West Brom v Leeds Charlton v West Brom Leeds v Sheffield Wednesday Reading v Nottingham Forest Wigan v Bristol City Bristol City v Barnsley Fulham v Middlesbrough Nottingham Forest v Luton Preston v Charlton Sheffield Wednesday v Blackburn West Brom v Stoke Brentford v Nottingham Forest Cardiff v West Brom Charlton v Fulham Luton v Derby Reading v Bristol City Wigan v Sheffield Wednesday Birmingham v Nottingham Forest Charlton v Barnsley Fulham v Huddersfield QPR v Bristol City Sheffield Wednesday v Millwall West Brom v Luton Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday Bristol City v Birmingham Luton v Cardiff Millwall v West Brom Nottingham Forest v Leeds Stoke v Charlton Nottingham Forest v Charlton (7:45pm) Wigan v Middlesbrough (7:45pm) Bristol City v Derby (7:45pm) Luton v Sheffield Wednesday (7:45pm) Millwall v Fulham (7:45pm) Reading v West Brom (8:00pm) Charlton v Blackburn Derby v Huddersfield Leeds v Bristol City Middlesbrough v Luton Sheffield Wednesday v Reading West Brom v Nottingham Forest Birmingham v Sheffield Wednesday Bristol City v West Brom Charlton v Luton Derby v Fulham Nottingham Forest v QPR Cardiff v Nottingham Forest (7:45pm) Huddersfield v Bristol City (7:45pm) West Brom v Preston (8:00pm) Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton (7:45pm) Huddersfield v Charlton Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest Millwall v Bristol City Sheffield Wednesday v Derby West Brom v Wigan Brentford v Sheffield Wednesday Bristol City v Fulham Charlton v Middlesbrough Nottingham Forest v Millwall Swansea v West Brom Wigan v Luton Blackburn v Bristol City Huddersfield v Wigan Hull v Charlton Sheffield Wednesday v Nottingham Forest West Brom v Birmingham Brentford v West Brom (7:45pm) Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday (7:45pm) Charlton v QPR (7:45pm) Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield (7:45pm) Cardiff v Charlton Nottingham Forest v Bristol City Sheffield Wednesday v West Brom Bristol City v Cardiff Charlton v Millwall Derby v Nottingham Forest Swansea v Sheffield Wednesday West Brom v Hull Brentford v Charlton Bristol City v Hull Luton v Barnsley Nottingham Forest v Fulham Sheffield Wednesday v Preston West Brom v Derby Blackburn v West Brom Charlton v Reading Fulham v Cardiff Huddersfield v Luton Middlesbrough v Bristol City Preston v Nottingham Forest QPR v Sheffield Wednesday Birmingham v Charlton Bristol City v Stoke Luton v QPR Nottingham Forest v Swansea Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield West Brom v Fulham Wigan v Hull Barnsley v Nottingham Forest Charlton v Wigan Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday Huddersfield v West Brom Hull v Luton Swansea v Bristol City Bristol City v Preston (12:30pm) Leeds v Charlton (12:30pm) Luton v Blackburn (12:30pm) Nottingham Forest v Stoke (12:30pm) Sheffield Wednesday v Middlesbrough (12:30pm) West Brom v QPR (12:30pm) Wigan v Fulham (12:30pm) Bristol City could have players such as Kasey Palmer who like to float around the park in the free No.10 role that Johnson uses in his 3-5-2 formation, and a player with Palmer's pace and trickery would cause Charlton some nightmares when he gets going and driving into space. Can Bristol City expose Charlton's defensive flaws tonight?
Bristol City manager Lee Johnson praised his Charlton counterpart ahead of their Wednesday night meeting. Lee Bowyer's side sit seventh in the Championship following their 3-0 win over Derby on Saturday, two places above the Ashton Gate outfit who lost to the same scoreline at Luton.