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Two more Everton games on TV

Two more Everton games on TV
Everton's matches against Arsenal and Swansea have been moved for television selection.

Both games will be shown on Sky Sports, with both dates moving from the Saturday to the Sunday 24 hours later to be part of the Super Sunday programme.

The game at Arsenal will now kick off on December 8th at 4pm.

While the game at Swansea will now kick off on December 22nd, also at 4pm.

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 games 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 back in July with five Everton games being moved to fit in with television audiences.

The addition of two more games on Sky Sports completes Everton's TV coverage for the rest of 2013.

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

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Writer:Yak
Date:Thursday October 10 2013
Time: 9:31AM

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