Two games in September rescheduled for live TV in the UK

Monday, 5 July, 2021 2comments  |  Jump to last
Everton's first Premier Leagues matches of the new season that have been scheduled for Live TV in the UK are in September against Burnley and Aston Villa.

None of Everton's first three games of the new season have been selected for live TV coverage in the UK and will all kick off at 3 pm on each Saturday in August:

14 August: Southampton (h) at 15h00 BST
21 August: Leeds United (a) at 15h00 BST
28 August: Brighton (a) at 15h00 BST

However, the next two matches will be broadcast by Sky Sports.

Everton will host Burnley in a Monday night kick-off on 13 September at 8 pm, while their trip to Villa Park on Saturday 18 September has been pushed back to a 5:30 pm kick-off; both games being broadcast live on Sky Sports.

And tonight the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, confirmed that the easing of coronavirus restrictions on 19 July means the new season will get underway with full crowds at Premier League grounds.  

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Justin Doone
1 Posted 05/07/2021 at 23:48:45
Yep, summer holidays, school's closing, the government's boys club will take a break and parliments free bar will soon be closed for a re-fitt and be re-stocked of all the essential whiskeys one would need in an emergency.

Let's all play the 'human mix and match' game to see how many new variants of coronavirus we can create for discovery in September.

Bungle said to Geoffrey.

Derek Knox
2 Posted 08/07/2021 at 20:19:22
Justin, what about Zippy and George? Don't they get a look in, or even a sniff? :-)

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