We have all the latest team news on Burnley's trip to Liverpool including how to watch live on TV, streaming details and our score prediction.
Live Football on TV continues to hit our screens with more midweek games from the Premier League, Championship and Copa del Rey - we have the full lowdown on what's on and where to watch.
Leicester City and Chelsea are two teams who have their eyes firmly fixed on European places for next season, and even this early in the season this game is a real six pointer in the hunt for a top 4 place.
Steve Bruce’s struggling Newcastle team visit the Emirates to take on Mikel Arteta’s underperforming Arsenal side in a game that neither can really afford to lose.
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Only a few months ago, UK football fans had their weekend TV viewing planner well and truly sorted - Friday nights were covered by a live Championship game or the occasional EPL match on Sky, followed by a Saturday midday Premier League game on BT Sport. Then it was time to settle down for Gillette Soccer Saturday with Jeff Stelling for the afternoon in anticipation for another live football match on TV in the early evening before the remote control was handed over. Then we had Super Sunday, with a further three live Premier League football matches on TV from midday concluding with the main 4pm match on Sky Sports.
In 2020, COVID-19 arrived and the football world seemingly changed forever, or at least for the foreseeable. The traditional English Football on TV timeline has been torn up with the introduction of matches being played "behind closed doors", major broadcasters rearranging their schedules to get as much televised football fixtures on TV as possible for the conclusion of last season and the start of the 2020/21 season. In addition to the regular TV slots, the Premier League scrapped the 3pm black out rule which opened up all EPL matches being shown on a Saturday afternoon (and some midweek daytime fixtures since viewers could access more football on TV during the day at home instead of watching around a 9-to-5 job and daily commute).
Following on from this, Sky and BT agreed to show some live football fixtures on free-to-air TV on Sky Pick and BT Sport Showcase respectively with BBC also showing a few live football matches on TV for the first time in over 20 years. More recently, football matches that aren't scheduled for TV are now available on a pay-per-view basis which hasn't gone down too well with the viewing public, but either way, if you are a football fan you will be getting more than enough live football on TV to get you through the next few months whilst we all try to get through these challenging times.
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