Cardiff vs Swansea: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for South Wales derby in the Championship – The Sun

SWANSEA make the short trip to Cardiff for the first South Wales derby of the decade.

The hosts have won just one of their last five Championship games but still begin the game just five points short of the play-off places.

As such, the game could be crucial in the context of the season with the Swans four points ahead of their big rivals.

What time does Cardiff vs Swansea kick off?

THIS is always a fiery derby and there's sure to be a terrific atmosphere at the Cardiff City Stadium.

The teams clash on Sunday, January 12 in the Welsh capital.

Kick-off will be at 12 noon.

It's over six years since the teams have met here in a competitive derby, when Cardiff won 1-0 in 2013 thanks to a Steven Caulker goal.

What TV channel is Cardiff vs Swansea on and can I live stream it?

THE first South Wales derby of 2020 will form part of Super Sunday on Sky Sports.

You can catch the game live on Sky Sports Main Event and Football, where coverage will begin at 11.30am.

For those of you with a Sky subscription, streaming is easy – simply download the Sky Go app on any supported device, log in and away you go.

If you're not a Sky customer, you can still watch this match – and all of the Premier League action through the afternoon – by purchasing a NOW TV pass from just £9.99.

What is the team news?

BOTH Rhian Brewster and Marc Guehi could be set for Swansea debuts at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Mike van der Hoorn is a doubt with a knee problem, whilst Joe Rodon remains out of contention due to an ankle injury.

Aden Flint, Marlon Pack and Robert Glatzel are all set to return for the Bluebirds after sitting out their dramatic FA Cup tie with Carlisle.

Lee Tomlin has signed a new contract and is the main goal threat for Neil Harris' side.

Match odds

  • Cardiff to win – 11/8
  • Match to be a draw – 23/10
  • Swansea to get the victory – 19/10
  • Both teams to score – 4/6

*Odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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