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Spurs v Man City Kick Off Sky's Live TV Coverage

Sky Sports has announced their live Premier League TV coverage, season 2010/11. The pay TV company will begin with the opening game of the season, August 14 - Tottenham v Manchester City.

The live TV schedule covers August through to November 2010.

Manchester City live on Sky:

August

Saturday 14: Tottenham v Man City - 12.45pm

Monday 23: Man City v Liverpool - 8pm

September

Saturday 25: Man City v Chelsea - 12.45pm

October

Sunday 17: Blackpool v Man City - 4pm

November

Wednesday 10: Man City v Man Utd - 8pm

Sunday 21: Fulham v Man City - 4pm

Click here to read Sky TV's Premier League TV fixtures.

ESPN will announce their live Premier League coverage in due course.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 6 2010

Time: 11:19AM

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A moth-watering start to our Premier League campaign and its live on SKY. Bring it on.
Tudor
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06/07/2010 11:27:00

A great time to play your moneybag allstars. You can't fancy it can you?
Clive 49
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06/07/2010 17:19:00

that just evil tudor watering moths. how can they fly away after u have drenched there wings. tut tut tut . COYS i love starting the season at home. hopefully we get off to a flyer like we did against liverpool last season
black-messi
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06/07/2010 17:23:00

Clive, i believe it will be players on the pitch on the day not bank accounts.
me_innit
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06/07/2010 18:15:00

Tell that to Mark hughes me innit, in last years corresponding fixture it seemed we were playing 11 wallets at times! Just joking anyway. I hope it's a cracking game.
Clive 49
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06/07/2010 18:36:00

Our bogey team but what I time to bust that myth.
Wswilly3
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08/07/2010 12:16:00

 

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