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Copa Del Rey Quarter Finals live on Sky Sports

The Copa Del Rey, which is Spain’s version of the FA Cup, has four matches live on TV tonight (Weds 21st Jan) on Sky Sports. The pick of the matches is at 9pm on Sky Sports 5, with Barcelona taking on Atletico Madrid, where Luis Suarez will face off with Fernando Torres for the first time. Barcelona have won the ... Read More »

FA Cup on TV: 4th Round Live matches

The Fourth Round of the FA Cup on TV takes over from the Premier League this weekend, and there six live matches available. Starting this Friday night (23rd Jan), Cambridge United take on Manchester United in a potential banana skin for Van Gaal’s team, this is live on BBC One at 7.55pm. Saturday Evening sees Liverpool play Bolton Wanderers, with ... Read More »

Capital One Cup Semi-Finals on TV this week

The First Leg’s of this years Capital One Cup are the pick of the Football matches live on TV this week. On Tuesday night, you can catch the big one, Liverpool v Chelsea from Anfield, and on Wednesday  night you can watch Sheffield United attempt a shock against Tottenham Hotspur from White Hart Lane. Both matches are live on Sky ... Read More »

Thierry Henry to make Sky Sports Debut

Thierry Henry, who retired last month from Football, will make his debut as a pundit for Super Sunday’s match between Manchester City and Arsenal. The flamboyant Frenchman is set to stir things up a little bit, with his extravagant style expected to be on show in the studio, similar to how he performed on the pitch as a player. Make ... Read More »

Africa set for Cup of Nations 2015

The world of Football heads for Africa tomorrow (Friday January 17th 2015), as African Nations take part in the Africa Cup of Nations in Equitorial Guinea. The tournament, in which every game can be seen on British Eurosport (and selected knockout matches on ITV4), has had a turbulent build up, will attract millions of viewers as African Football continues to rise ... Read More »

Premier League set to show broadcast EVERY game live

Every Premier League match could be broadcast live on TV inside the next 4 or 5 years as the biggest Football revolution is upon us. Sky Sports and BT Sport are currently at TV rights war for the next auction, which will kick in for the 2016-17 season. This auction is likely to break the £4bn barrier, but this will ... Read More »

TV Channels expect Ofcom to force more live football

The Premier League is set to make more matches available for live broadcasts after a meeting with Pay-TV Channels. Ofcom reps said at the meeting last week that they will tell of it’s decision following an investigation into the Premier League TV rights auction at the end of March. Following complaints from Virgin Media, who wants exclusivity of matches stripped ... Read More »

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