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Premier League matches not selected for broadcast to be shown live on Sky Sports and BT Sport pay-per-view channels for £14.95 each

talkSPORT Friday, 9 October 2020
Every Premier League match in October will be shown live on TV with those not already selected for broadcast available to watch on a pay-per-view basis. The interim measure was confirmed by the Premier League on Friday after a clubs meeting, with the non-televised games be available to watch via the BT Sport Box Office […]
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