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

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.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Tuesday July 6 2010
Time: 11:19AM

Comments

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A moth-watering start to our Premier League campaign and its live on SKY. Bring it on.
Tudor
06/07/2010 11:27:00
0
A great time to play your moneybag allstars. You can't fancy it can you?
Clive 49
06/07/2010 17:19:00
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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
06/07/2010 17:23:00
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Clive, i believe it will be players on the pitch on the day not bank accounts.
me_innit
06/07/2010 18:15:00
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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
06/07/2010 18:36:00
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Our bogey team but what I time to bust that myth.
Wswilly3
08/07/2010 12:16:00
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