Nottingham Forest vs Sheffield United TV channel, live stream and how to watch on Sky Sports

Latest Nottingham Forest news from NottinghamshireLive brings you all the information you need to follow Nottingham Forest vs Sheffield United in the play-off semi-final second leg

The nerves are building for Nottingham Forest supporters ahead of the Championship play-off semi-final second leg tie against Sheffield United at the City Ground.

Steve Cooper’s men are carrying a 2-1 lead from the first leg after Jack Colback and Brennan Johnson’s goals, with Sander Berge’s stoppage time effort keeping the Blades’ hopes alive.

A win will see Forest through to the play-off final at Wembley on May 29, but at least a draw against the Blades is needed in order to get there. Below is a look at all the information you need to follow along from home…

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What time does the game kick off?
The match at the City Ground is due to get underway at 7.45pm BST.

Will the game be on TV?
Yes. The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Football, with their coverage getting under way at 7.30pm BST.

Where can I watch highlights?
Highlights will be uploaded to Sky Sports’ YouTube channel after the match, while live highlights show EFL on Quest will be on Quest at 10.30pm BST.

How else can I follow?
NottinghamshireLive’s Forest reporter Sarah Clapson will be at the City Ground to bring you live build-up, match updates, reaction and analysis from the crucial clash. Live commentary will also be available on BBC Radio Nottingham.

Nottingham Forest will aim to move one step closer to ending 23 years of hurt when they host Sheffield United in the second leg of the Championship play-off semi-final on Tuesday evening, boasting a 2-1 lead from the first leg.

Not since 1998-99 have Forest played Premier League football but they will be just one game away providing they can maintain, or improve upon, the one-goal advantage they generated at Bramall Lane on Saturday.

Jack Colback and Brennan Johnson found the net in Sheffield to dismiss the notion that Steve Cooper’s men might have lost momentum heading into the play-offs by losing and drawing their final two games of the regular season, although Sander Berge’s injury-time goal has at least given the Blades a fighting chance at the City Ground.

History is on Forest’s side – with Leeds in 2019 the only team to ever win the first leg away from home but fail to reach the final in the second-tier play-offs – although with a place at Wembley on the line, anything can happen.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Championship play-off semi-final second leg:

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