OXFORD United have seen two of their early season fixtures rescheduled after being picked for live broadcast on Sky Sports.

United’s first away trip in Sky Bet Championship, at Coventry City, has been moved back from Saturday, August 17, to Friday, August 16, with an 8pm kick-off. The clash will be televised live on Sky Sports Football.

Meanwhile, the home game against Stoke City on Saturday, September 14, has been moved to a 12.30pm kick-off, and will be available on Sky Sports+.

The changes come after the Sky Sports broadcast selections were picked for English Football League games up until the end of September.

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A mammoth £935 million deal has been struck between the Football League and Sky Sports, which will see more than 1,000 matches broadcast live every season from the 2024/25 campaign onwards.

The five-year contract will see all 72 Football League teams featured more than 20 times a season.

In total, 1,059 games will be broadcast, including 328 Championship matches, plus 248 from both League One and League Two. All 15 play-off ties, plus all 93 Carabao Cup games and all 127 EFL Trophy fixtures are also included.