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ESPN live Premier League fixtures:AUGUSTSaturday 15: Everton v Arsenal (5.15pm)Sunday 23: West Ham v Tottenham (1.30pm)Monday 24: Liverpool v Aston Villa (8.00pm)Saturday 29: Chelsea v Burnley (12.45pm).SEPTEMBERSaturday 12: Tottenham v Manchester United (5.15pm)Saturday 19: West Ham v Liverpool (5.15pm)Saturday 26: Fulham v Arsenal (5.15pm)Monday 28: Manchester City v West Ham (8.00pm).OCTOBERSaturday 3: Manchester United v Sunderland (5.15pm)Monday 5: Aston Villa v Manchester City (8.00pm)Monday 19: Fulham v Hull (8.00pm)Saturday 24: Chelsea v Blackburn (5.15pm)Saturday 31: Manchester United v Blackburn (5.15pm).NOVEMBERSaturday 7: Wolves v Arsenal (5.15pm)Monday 9: Liverpool v Birmingham (8.00pm)Saturday 21: Manchester United v Everton (5.15pm)Saturday 28: Aston Villa v Tottenham (5.15pm). The 31 confirmed live Barclays Premier League matches on Sky Sports are:AUGUSTSaturday 15th: Chelsea v Hull City, 12.45pmSunday 16th: Manchester United v Birmingham City, 1.30pm Sunday 16th: Tottenham v Liverpool, 4pmSunday 23rd: Fulham v Chelsea, 4pmSaturday 29th: Manchester United v Arsenal, 5.15pmSunday 30th: Portsmouth v Manchester City, 1.30pmSunday 30th: Aston Villa v Fulham, 4pmSEPTEMBERSunday 13th: Birmingham City v Aston Villa, 12noonSunday 13th: Fulham v Everton, 4.15pmSaturday 19th: Burnley v Sunderland, 12.45pmSunday 20th: Manchester United v Manchester City, 1.30pmSunday 20th: Chelsea v Tottenham, 4pmSaturday 26th: Portsmouth v Everton, 12.45pmSunday 27th: Sunderland v Wolves, 4pmOCTOBERSunday 4th: Arsenal v Blackburn Rovers, 1.30pmSunday 4th: Chelsea v Liverpool, 4pmSaturday 17th: Aston Villa v Chelsea, 12.45pmSunday 18th: Blackburn Rovers v Burnley 1pmSunday 18th: Wigan Athletic v Manchester City, 4pmSaturday 24th: Wolves v Aston Villa, 12.45pmSunday 25th: Liverpool v Manchester United, 2pmSunday 25th: West Ham United v Arsenal, 4.15pmSaturday 31st: Arsenal v Tottenham, 12.45pmNOVEMBERSunday 1: Birmingham City v Manchester City, 4pmSunday 8: Hull City v Stoke City, 1.30pmSunday 8: Chelsea v Manchester United, 4pmSaturday 21: Liverpool v Manchester City, 12.45pmSunday 22: Bolton Wanderers v Blackburn Rovers, 1.30pmSunday 22: Stoke City v Portsmouth, 4pmSunday 29: Everton v Liverpool, 1.30pmSunday 29: Arsenal v Chelsea, 4pm

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September Sunday 20th: Chelsea v Tottenham, 4pmWhat a way to start freshers week :-D

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CUNTSMoving our first league gameShould be 3pm

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But do virgin media XL ppl get ESPN free?

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But do virgin media XL ppl get ESPN free?
na hered it will be free for sky espn's games will be produced by sky but will have espn brandin on it
The US broadcaster ESPN has announced plans to launch a new UK sports channel, called ESPN, on 3 August.The channel will show 46 live Barclays Premier League football games, which were to have been shown by Setanta until its recent financial problems. The channel will also show some of the US sports to which ESPN owns rights. ESPN has reached an initial deal to have the channel shown on Sky, but it is in talks with all UK pay-TV platforms about carrying the service. Sky will also be responsible for selling advertising on the new channel. PremiumsESPN owns the rights to broadcast 46 live Premier League games in the 2009/10 season and 23 matches for each of the following three seasons. Sky's residential customers will have to pay a premium of £9 a month for the new channel if they already pay for Sky Sports or £12 a month if they do not. For commercial customers it will be part of the "ultimate" channel package. Previously, the Setanta Sports package was available to Sky customers for between £9.99 a month and £14.99 a month plus a £14.99 initial connection charge. The Premier League matches on ESPN will be produced by Sky Sports, although it will feature ESPN branding. ESPN also owns rights to show American football, ice hockey, baseball and college football and basketball throughout Europe, which it used to show in the UK on its ESPN America channel. ESPN is owned by The Walt Disney Company.
i think thats what it means but im not sure
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