ESPN Announces Prem League Fixtures 09/10

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ESPN has today announced the first set of Premier League football Fixtures to be shown Live on their UK based channel.

ESPN, will launch on 3 August ahead of the start of the new Premier League season on 15 August 2009.

The Channel will be available on a premium subscription basis for ?9 a month to Sky Sports subscribers and for ?12 a month to other Sky customers. ESPN will appear on EPG Channel number 417 with a High Definition channel at number 443.

ESPN will show a total of 46 Premier League matches over the course of next season (2009/2010). Here?s the first 17:

August
Sat 15: Everton v Arsenal (17.15)
Sun 23: West Ham v Spurs (13.30)
Mon 24: Liverpool v Aston Villa (20.00)
Sat 29: Chelsea v Burnley (12.45)

September
Sat 12: Spurs v Man United (17.15)
Sat 19: West Ham v Liverpool (17.15)
Sat 26: Portsmouth v Everton (12.45)
Mon 28: Man City v West Ham (20.00)

October
Sat 3: Man United v Sunderland (17.15)
Mon 5: Aston Villa v Man City (20.00)
Mon 19: Fulham v Hull (20.00)
Sat 24: Chelsea v Blackburn (17.15)
Sat 31: Man United v Blackburn (17.15)

November
Sat 7: Wolves v Arsenal (17.15)
Mon 9: Liverpool v Birmingham (20.00)
Sat 21: Man Utd v Everton (17.15)
Sat 28: Aston Villa v Spurs (17.15)

Updated on Friday 10 July 2009 by @TVNewsroom

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