We have a full list of live premiership football matches that will be live on Premier sports, these include Crystal Palace v Everton & Southampton v Liverpool.
Premier Sports has confirmed its 3pm TV picks for the new Premier League season through August and September live and exclusive to Irish customers. The Premier League coverage headed by Eoin McDevitt, kicks off on August 10th live from Selhurst Park as Crystal Palace face Seamus Coleman’s Everton side.
Further personalities on Premier Sports coverage will be announced in the coming weeks as the leagues ‘Big Six’ all feature within the first seven round of fixtures. As well as broadcasting thirty-three 3pm Premier League games, Premier Sports will also broadcast every game from the first round of midweek fixtures in December and all 10 matches on 26 December.
Speaking on the Premier League fixture announcement, Mickey O’Rourke MD of Premier Sports said, “We are delighted to announce our live and exclusive 3pm fixtures onPremier Sports. Together with our St. Stephens Day and mid-week fixtures in December, we’re sure our viewers will enjoy the coverage we will bring over the 2019/20 season.”
Eoin McDevitt, who will present the coverage added, “I’m hugely honoured to be part of the Premier League coverage on Premier Sports. If the quality of last season’s title race is anything to go by, we should be in for some special Saturday afternoons.”
Premier Sports will be available on Sky via the new ‘Sports Extra’ pack which also includes BT Sport from the 1st August. Irish customers can find out more information and pre-register now at www.sky.ie/sportsextra
Those who pre-register will receive an email on August 1st and will seamlessly be able to sign up for the new pack digitally and hassle free with just a couple of clicks. Pricing for the new pack will be announced in the coming days.
Full 3pm TV picks on Premier Sports through August and September
10 August: Crystal Palace v Everton
17 August: Southampton v Liverpool
24 August: Man Utd v Crystal Palace
31 August: Chelsea v Sheffield United
14 September: Man Utd v Leicester City
21 September: Man City v Watford
28 September: Spurs v Southampton