Connect with us

Football

Luton v Sunderland live streaming second leg

Published

on

Sunderland Football

The return leg of the Sky Bet Championship semi-final playoff between Luton Town and Sunderland returns on Tuesday at 8PM BST at Kenilworth Road.

One of these teams will participate in the finals of the playoffs to determine which team joins Burnley and Sheffield United in the English top-flight next season.

Sunderland take a 2-1 advantage into this game tonight and it could go down to the wire.

There are plenty who fancy Sunderland’s chances in this one.

Where Can I watch Luton v Sunderland?

The Luton vs Sunderland second leg Championship playoff match will be live on Sky Sports Ultra HD, Sky Sports Main Event, and Sky Sports Football for fans viewing in the UK.

You can also watch on NOW TV and Sky Go applications on mobile.

Another option is to use Bet365 who have their Championship live streaming TV service here.

To use the Live Streaming service you will need to be logged in and have a funded account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. Any fixture/event on our website which has the Play or Video icon next to it is scheduled to be shown via Live Streaming. *Geo Restrictions Apply. 18+ begambleaware #ad

There are mixed views on the outcome of the match tonight but many are predicting a difficult match for Luton, despite a sold out home crowd.

Luke Phelps of Championship blog The72 comments:

Advertisement

“The first leg was an entertaining one. Both these teams are a joy to watch this season and I think the second leg at Luton will be one of the games of the season”

Phelps is predicting a tough night for the home side.

“The Hatters have it all to play for now and it’s going to be difficult against a Sunderland side who will have taken great confidence from Saturday, and who will surely set up to frustrate the opposition on Tuesday night”

Luton finished the season in 3rd place in the Championship having accumulated 80 points.

Sunderland ended the season in 6th position, having amassed 69 points but it is Tony Mowbray’s side which hold the box seat coming into this one.

I have written for a number of sports based publications in the United Kiingdom for the last 20 years including many different genres, mainly football and horse racing which includes the Premier League and the Cheltenham Festival. Follow me on Twitter or my linkdin profile.

We are committed in our support of responsible gambling. Recommended bets are advised to over-18s and we strongly encourage readers to wager only what they can afford to lose. If you are concerned about your gambling, please call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133, or visit begambleaware.org. Further support and information can be found at GamCare and gamblingtherapy.org.


Copyright © 2023 Whataretheodds.co.uk | 18+ begambleaware.org

About Us | Contact Us | Authors | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Terms and Conditions| Help & FAQ | Editorial Policy
All odds are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.