How to watch Leeds United's thrilling Championship promotion race on TV - cheapest Sky Sports deals, live match details & more

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There's just ten days to go until the Championship returns, and Leeds United will be looking to hit the ground running as they aim to secure promotion back to the Premier League for the 2020/21 season.

All nine remaining matches of the Whites' regular season will be played behind closed-doors, so here's everything you need to know about how to watch Marcelo Bielsa's side in action from the safety of your own home:

Who will be showing Leeds United's remaining fixtures?

Season ticket holders will be able to watch every match via the iFollow app. Should they wish to, tech-savvy supporters can link their device up to their television via such means as HDMI cables, or through the use of screen mirroring applications.

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Sky Sports have released their viewing schedule for June, where they will show Cardiff City v Leeds United on June 21st, and Leeds United v Fulham on June 27th.

Further Leeds fixtures are expected to be shown in July, when the promotion race reaches its dramatic conclusion.

Which other games of interest to Leeds fans will be televised this month?

In June, Sky Sports are showing a fair few matches that will be of great interest to Leeds fans.

Highlights include:

Fulham vs Brentford - June 20th

West Brom v Birmingham City - June 20th

Brentford v West Brom - June 27th

What's the best deal I can get on Sky Sports?

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Package prices have been slashed ahead of football's return, as rival companies look to outdo their competition.

Sky have knocked £10 off their Sky TV and Sky Sports package, bringing it down to £39-per-month. As well as Championship action, they've got the bulk of the remaining Premier League games - 62 of them in total – which will provide Whites fans with a tantilising glimpse of what could await them next season.

It’s important to note that this deal requires the purchaser to commit to an 18-month contract, which includes a £20 set-up charge.

BT Sport have halved the price of their ‘Big sport’ package from £40 to £20, which will include all Sky Sports channels via a Now TV pass, plus all of BT Sports offerings. This is a flexible package that can be turned off at the end of the season.

Alternatively, NOW TV have reduced their Sky Sports monthly pass from £39.99 down to £33.99 - this will last for three months, taking viewers up until the end of the season.