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Cardiff manager Neil Harris has been charged by the Football Association after being sent off against Wycombe on Tuesday.

Harris was sent off nine minutes from the end of Cardiff lost 2-1 at Adams Park, a third consecutive defeat at the Sky Bet Championship which put pressure on the boss of the Bluebirds.

A statement on the FA spokesperson’s Twitter account said: “Cardiff City FC manager Neil Harris has been charged with a breach of the FA’s E3 rule after their EFL Championship game against Wycombe Wanderers FC Tuesday.

“It is alleged that he used abusive and / or insulting language towards a match official in the 81st minute of the game. Neil Harris has until Wednesday (1/6/21) to provide a response.

Harris, who will be on the sideline when Cardiff visits Rotherham on Saturday, said in his pre-match press conference: “I have to respond to a charge from the FA by next week.

“So I have to look at the written report and respond to it.”

EFL live on Sky Sports: 12 games added in January

Sky Sports will broadcast 130 EFL contests live throughout the 2020/21 campaign and announced 12 new Sky Bet EFL matches that will be televised in January.

The Premier League match of 2021 will be Sheffield Wednesday vs Derby on New Years Day (kick off 5.30pm), while Stoke vs Bournemouth has been selected for TV coverage on Saturday 2 January (7.45pm).

With several Ligue 1 teams failing to reach the third round of the FA Cup, the third tier takes center stage the following weekend. Charlton vs Accrington will be live on Friday January 8th, with Lincoln vs Peterborough, Ipswich vs Swindon and Wigan vs Hull making up an exceptional schedule on Saturday January 9th.

On Saturday January 16, Middlesbrough v Birmingham (12:30 p.m.) and Barnsley v Swansea (7:45 p.m.) will sandwich the 3 p.m. action, while a clash between two promotion teams in Reading and Bournemouth was selected on Friday January 29 (8 p.m. ). ).





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