Bournemouth game will be shown on Sky TV

Thursday, 23 July, 2020 25comments  |  Jump to last

Everton's final game of the blighted 2019-20 season will be shown live on Sky TV, along with seven of the remaining games on Matchday 38 of the Premier League next Sunday, 26 July.

These are the channel assignments for all games set to kick-off at 4pm:

Arsenal vs Watford — Sky Sports Premier League
Burnley vs Brighton — Sky Sports Arena
Chelsea vs Wolves — Sky Sports Football
Crystal Palace vs Spurs — Sky Sports Action
Everton vs AFC Bournemouth — Sky Sports Golf
Leicester City vs Man Utd — Sky Sports Main Event
Man City vs Norwich City — Sky Sports Pick and Sky One
Newcastle Utd vs Liverpool — BT Sport 2HD
Southampton vs Sheffield Utd — Sky Sports Mix
West Ham Utd vs Aston Villa — BT Sport 1HD

Radio commentary should also be available on BBC Radio 5Live, Radio Merseyside or TalkSport.


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Darren Hind
1 Posted 23/07/2020 at 12:09:56
I've got a lot of time for the way Eddie Howe and his club have defied gravity for so long. An incredible achievement when you think they play in front of a crowd which is often surpassed by League One clubs.

Time for it to come to an end though. I fear it may be a rapid descent.

Paul Richards
2 Posted 23/07/2020 at 12:16:21
Seems they are putting us on the Sky Golf channel.

Leading to much merriment and mirth from these jokers at The Ugly Inside (a Saints fan site):

Everton vs Bournemouth Fixture On Sky Golf Due To Long Ball Game

Michael Kenrick
3 Posted 23/07/2020 at 13:14:27
Seems if you have subscribed to BT TV, you can watch any of the games per this full channel listing, Everton vs Bournemouth on BT TV Channel 424.
Brian Harrison
4 Posted 23/07/2020 at 13:34:13
To have any chance of staying up Bournemouth have to win and that might still not be enough, so they will be coming and playing positive football. Now that could result in them being more open than usual and may give us more options to score, but they may think we have nothing to play for and on many occasions our mindset hasnt been great, should that happen they may get the 3 points.

As for it being on the golf channel, there is a lot some football fans can learn from golf fans.

Ernie Baywood
5 Posted 23/07/2020 at 15:02:59
Stuck out on some random channel. That's us to a tee.

Niall McIlhone
6 Posted 23/07/2020 at 15:50:14
I will catch it on the dreadful BT, but also I'm sort of relieved this dog's dinner of a season is over and done with.

Bournemouth, like Norwich, are – thankfully for them – not unduly troubled by relegation. They will retain their fan base and have their parachute payments. I can see four or five of their best players leaving though, and I hope out-of-contract Ryan Fraser comes our way. I have a feeling he would be a good fit at Everton.

I am sure my mind will drift during the match to how many of those players in blue will either be sold on, or loaned out this summer.

Regarding the 20-21 season, I guess much will rest in who will come to play for Carlo, and who is prepared to take a wage cut to go somewhere else so the squad can refresh itself?

Jon Wit
7 Posted 23/07/2020 at 16:36:22
A little birdie tells me they will putt on a show fore us, even though that isn't par for the course at the moment.
Brian Wilkinson
8 Posted 23/07/2020 at 18:20:01
After all the 24/7 mass tv coverage of our neighbours, probs a good idea to stick us in a bunker.
Mike Gaynes
9 Posted 23/07/2020 at 18:34:11
And to the American contingent, our game will be shown on CNBC -- not the usual NBCSN -- beginning at 10:59am Eastern time, 7:59am Pacific. The pregame show will be on NBCSN as usual, so you'll have to switch over.

CNBC is channel 355 on DirecTV and channel 208 on Dish Network.

Minik Hansen
10 Posted 23/07/2020 at 19:03:54
Bournemouth being on the South coast, it seems a wonderful base to have as a professional player. That might've helped on the recruitment I guess.
John Raftery
11 Posted 23/07/2020 at 22:56:12
Whatever the reservations about the restart and playing behind closed doors, I think it must be acknowledged the project has been well planned and executed by the Premier League and the clubs. The TV coverage of the matches, much of it free of charge, has eased some of the pain of not being able to attend matches.
Steve Ferns
12 Posted 24/07/2020 at 08:22:19
Anyone else got a newfound respect for Frank Lampard?
Eddie Dunn
13 Posted 24/07/2020 at 08:30:40
Steve, he is a breath of fresh air, giving it to the Liverpool bench and warning them all of arrogance. He sums-up how most non-Reds see them. Fuck them.
Michael Nisbet
14 Posted 24/07/2020 at 10:55:27
Thanks Michael K for letting us know. I'd have never known it was free to me on BT, and I'd have gone and bought a Sky Sports Day Pass for 㾶.
Annika Herbert
15 Posted 24/07/2020 at 14:19:52
Agreed, Steve@12, I wasn't a Lampard fan at all but he is really starting to grow on me now, for some strange reason!
Minik Hansen
16 Posted 24/07/2020 at 22:09:12
OT. Just thought if football never got it's audience in the stadium again, very very small clubs would have a real chance to rise up. Just a random thought.
Geoff Lambert
17 Posted 24/07/2020 at 22:31:22
Minik, have you started early tonight? Take it easy on the strong stuff, lad.
Minik Hansen
18 Posted 24/07/2020 at 23:55:33
Geoff, too much vacation, I guess... unbalanced sleep, haha.
Justin Doone
19 Posted 24/07/2020 at 00:12:32
BT is the only UK based channel not to show any free-to-view games. I think that is appalling.

This game could be anything, but I'll be really disappointed if we don't score a couple of goals.

I have enjoyed watching Bournemouth, good attacking team to watch and I would prefer they stay up over the other two.

They remind me of ourselves under Martinez: good to watch and get the neutral vote but ultimately they never learnt the defensive lesson, giving away so many chances with defenders overplaying.

And typical, the more money they spent each season on goalkeepers and defenders, the worse they seem to get.

All the relegated teams have some very good players which we should be negotiating with. We need to get smart and get active in making our move.

Mike Doyle
20 Posted 25/07/2020 at 11:56:32
Off topic I know but just watched the video of Frank Lampard telling the Liverpool bench what he thinks of them. Most amusing. Contender for Football highlight of the week.

Shame it wasn't Big Dunc giving them his thoughts. Would have been interesting to see the reaction!

Dick Fearon
21 Posted 25/07/2020 at 12:13:03
Is Everton on an Australian channel?
Wayne Dinkelman
22 Posted 25/07/2020 at 12:31:41
Just on Optus Sports, Dick.
Allan Board
23 Posted 25/07/2020 at 13:11:12
Good on Frank! Tells it how it is. Always liked him, thought he was a brilliant player, even though he always scored against us!

If successive England managers hadn't been so blinkered toward Gerrard, we would have gone close to winning a Euros or World Cup.

Frank should have been in centre mid with Scholes and Beckham, much better at scoring and keeping the ball simply than Gerrard, and no fucking ego. After Bobby Charlton, Scholes is the best English midfielder I've seen. Gerrard did fuck all for England, except get in the way, and let balls go over his head which he could have cleared.

Frank in my team before Gerrard all day. The shite have the best front 3 cheats in football.

Dick Fearon
24 Posted 25/07/2020 at 14:24:59
Wayne @21,

Thanks for your reply But after re-checking Optus's listings, it is not set down for tonight (Saturday evening) in Australia. It is listed as being shown live at 11pm on Monday.

I hope I am not creating a false alarm.

Dick Fearon
25 Posted 25/07/2020 at 22:58:43
Wayne and others, please ignore my comments about Everton's Optus TV program.

Put it down to old age but I completely missed out a day from the week.

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