By Emma Sanders

Leeds will have another two Championship games shown on live TV in January after Sky has selected to screen clashes against Derby and Barnsley.

The Yorkshire Evening Post claim it will be the club’s seventh and eighth fixtures shown on Sky out of their next 12 league games following their clash against Norwich on Saturday,

Leeds will be shown on Sky for five consecutive matches throughout November and December, including their thriller against Aston Villa after Christmas.

They are now being watched again in January and will play their game against Derby on Friday 13 January after it was moved from Saturday in order to feature on Sky TV.

Barnsley will also have to wait to play against the Whites at 5.30 pm on Saturday January 21st after the kick-off time was moved forward from the original 3pm agreement.

Leeds kick-off a stream of televised fixtures against Newcastle United at the end of November and it should prove to be a tough clash for Garry Monk’s side.

Newcastle are flying at the top of the table under Rafa Benitez but Leeds have shown progression under Monk in recent weeks and have climbed to ninth place in the Championship table.

Leeds’ quart-final EFL Cup clash against Liverpool will also be shown on Sky on November 29th at 7.45pm as they hope to cause an upset against the Premier League high-flyers.

In other Leeds news, Rob Green reveals who is critical to their chances of victory against Norwich on Saturday.