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Sky Sports Strike New £600m Deal With Football League To Live Stream All Midweek Matches

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Sky Sports have struck a "revolutionary" deal with the Football League that will see them allowed to stream all midweek matches from 2019 until 2024.

The £600million, five-year contract also means that all Championship, League One and League Twoclubs will be able to stream their midweek league fixtures via their own official websites, provided they are not chosen for live broadcast by Sky.

Television Rights – How the Premier League and FIFA are the Big Winners

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From next season, it will cost Sky or BT around £10 million to broadcast each game, with the new television rights finally coming into practice. The deal, worth around £5.1 billion, will see the bottom team of next season's Premier League collect £99 million, the same amount Chelsea got last season when they won the trophy.

Saturday round-up: Ramsey, Alexis and TV money

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Morning all. A quick Saturday round-up for you.

The team news from yesterday came with confirmation of Aaron Ramsey's hamstring strain, but with the development that it was a 'grade one', the least serious. You might remember when Lukas Podolski missed over 3 months when he tore his hamstring last season, that was a grade eleventy-five, but for Ramsey it looks like only a couple of weeks out.

Skip out for beer during commercials

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Over the last fortnight, I have had something of a ‘dialogue' with the folks at Sky Sports over the very late movement of the recent Hull City v Arsenal fixture. As you may recall, the specifics of Chelsea's Champions League draw with Atlético Madrid required that Sky rearrange their televised match with Sunderland at 8 days notice to respect Chelsea's right to a 72 hour grace period prior to a European tie.

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BT Sport Purchase Rights To Televise Live ‘FIFA 17 Ultimate Championship’ Matches

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BT Sports have announced they've struck a deal that will see them broadcast live FIFA 17 matches on television as of next month.

Indeed, BT have secured the rights to screen the remaining four 'Major' tournaments left in this season's Ultimate Team Championship series.

It all means that eSport fans will be able to watch the world's best FIFA gamers pit themselves against one another in a series of global match-ups on both Xbox One and Playstation 4.

Michael Owen Scores a Cracker While Training With Chester FC

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New BT Sports commentator Michael Owen shows just why he was one of the games greatest finishers with this cracker during a light training session with non league side Chester wher he grew up before moving to Anfield.

It's just a pity injuries curtailed the 2001 Ballon D'or winner's career somewhat!