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First batch of TV games selected

First batch of TV games selected
Everton's matches against Chelsea, Newcastle, Man City, Tottenham and Liverpool have all been moved for television selection.

With BT Sport trying to muscle in on Sky Sports territory, this seasons Premier League coverage is set to be better than ever.

Sky Sports have more game than ever before, whilst BT have stolen some first choice selections from Sky's control, something that neither Setanta or ESPN could do.

The first batch of televised games was announced this week with five Everton games being moved to fit in with television audiences.

Sky Sports will be showing games on a Saturday tea time, Sunday and Monday evenings, whilst BT Sport have the Saturday early kick off.

This has meant that Chelsea's visit to Goodison Park on September 14th is now a 5.30pm kick off (Sky).

The home match against Newcastle has been moved from September 28th to September 30th with an 8pm kick off (Sky).

The away match at Manchester City on October 5th is now a 12.45pm kick off (BT).

The home match against Spurs has been shifted from Saturday to Sunday November 3rd, 1.30pm kick off (Sky).

With the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park on November 23rd is now a 12.45pm kick off (BT).



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Writer:Yak
Date:Friday July 12 2013
Time: 10:46AM

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