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How To Watch Southampton vs Ipswich Town Championship

How To Watch Southampton vs Ipswich Town Championship

Published on September 18th, 2023

The Saints will be put to the test of their Championship credentials as they face the high-flying Ipswich Town on Tuesday night.

After a disheartening 4-1 defeat to Leicester City last Friday, fans were left feeling frustrated following the two-week international break.

However, the upcoming visit from Ipswich offers Russell Martin’s team the perfect opportunity to rebound against the third-placed Tractor Boys.

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Ipswich, who have only suffered one loss in the Championship this season, enter the game on the heels of a 1-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday last Saturday.

The match will kick off at 7:45 PM at St Mary’s, and we’ll show you how to stay updated on the game.

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How To Watch It On TV?

The match will be aired on the Sky Sports Red Button, and subscribers can tune in by navigating to the Sky Sports Football channel and selecting the red button option.

Additionally, the game can be streamed through the club’s dedicated streaming service, Saints Play. The streaming link will be accessible on the club’s website for both international and UK viewers, priced at £10.

For those looking to catch the goals and highlights, they will be featured on ITV4 at 11:30 PM on Wednesday.

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How To Listen On Radio

Saints Play, the club’s official channel, offers audio commentary for a fee. You can purchase a monthly audio pass for £4.49. Local listeners, on the other hand, can tune in to BBC Radio Solent for radio commentary.

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