Coventry City have had two Championship matches moved for live TV coverage on Sky Sports next month.
The EFL confirmed its latest round of TV selections for the Championship on Friday.
The game against Watford at St Andrew’s will still be played on Saturday, February 6, but has been brought forward to a 12:30pm kick-off from 3pm.
The Sky Blues lost 3-2 at Vicarage Road in November, conceding a late Ismaila Sarr penalty after goals from Gustavo Hamer and Tyler Walker had put Mark Robins’s side ahead.
Brentford’s visit a fortnight later has also been brought forward to a 12:30pm kick-off on Saturday, February 20.
City were beaten 2-0 by the Bees earlier in the season, with Ivan Toney at the double for the promotion chasers.
Meanwhile, City’s striker crisis is worse than it appears ahead of next week’s clash against Sheffield Wednesday.
First choice front men Matty Godden and Tyler Walker are sidelined with injuries, and while the latter is due back in the next three to four weeks from a calf strain, Godden could be out until well into March with his recurring foot injury.
Viktor Gyokeres was drafted in on loan last week and made his debut at Reading on Tuesday night, going off after 58 minutes and replaced by a more threatening looking Max Biamou – the pair now battling for position in the starting line-up if Robins continues to play with one striker.
But the City boss, who is looking to move out his only other fit senior centre-forward, Amadou Bakayoko, this month to help balance the books, confirmed fans’ favourite Biamou is carrying a knee injury that will require surgical intervention at some stage.