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Live TV schedule 2010/11


Filed: Tuesday, 6th July 2010
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United are featured three times in Sky's pre-Christmas live schedule.

Avram Grant's side will be featured twice at the Boleyn - against newly-promoted Newcastle and WBA - and once away - at Stoke - in the pre-December live schedule, which was announced this morning.

The Hammers are also scheduled to feature twice on ESPN ahead of the new year. The away trips to Manchester United (28th August) and Liverpool (20th November) are listed in the company's schedule.

West Ham United: confirmed live games 2010/11

Saturday, 28th August: Man Utd (a) 5:30pm (ESPN)
Saturday, 18th September: Stoke (a) 12:45pm (Sky)
Saturday, 23rd October: Newcastle (h) 5:30pm (Sky)
Tuesday, 9th November: West Bromwich Albion (h) 8:00pm (Sky)
Saturday, 20th November: Liverpool (a) 5:30pm (ESPN)

Sky's remaining live schedule

August
Saturday 14th: Tottenham v Man City 12.45pm
Sunday 15th: Liverpool v Arsenal 4pm
Monday 16th: Man Utd v Newcastle 8pm
Saturday 21st: Wigan v Chelsea 5.15pm
Sunday 22nd: Fulham v Man Utd 4pm
Monday 23rd: Man City v Liverpool 8pm
Saturday 28th: Blackburn v Arsenal 12.45pm
Sunday 29th: Bolton v Birmingham
Sunday 29th: Aston Villa v Everton 1.30pm 4pm

September
Sunday 12th: Everton v Man Utd 1.30pm
Sunday 12th: Birmingham v Liverpool 4pm
Monday 13th: Stoke City v Aston Villa 8pm
Sunday 19th: Man Utd v Liverpool 1.30pm
Sunday 19th: Chelsea: v Blackpool 4pm
Saturday 25th: Man City v Chelsea 12.45pm
Sunday 26th: Wolves v Aston Villa 2pm
Sunday 26th: Newcastle: v Stoke City 4.10pm

October
Sunday 3rd: Chelsea v Arsenal 4pm
Monday 4th: Wigan v Wolves 8pm
Sunday 17th: Everton v Liverpool 1.30pm
Sunday 17th: Blackpool v Man City 4pm
Monday 18th: Blackburn v Sunderland 8pm
Saturday 23rd: Tottenham v Everton 12.45pm
Sunday 24th: Stoke City v Man Utd 1.30pm
Sunday 24th: Man City v Arsenal 4pm
Sunday 31st: Bolton v Liverpool 1.30pm
Sunday 31st: Newcastle v Sunderland 4pm

November
Monday 1st: Blackpool v West Brom 8pm
Saturday 6th: Bolton v Tottenham 12.45pm
Sunday 7th: Arsenal v Newcastle 1.30pm
Sunday 7th: Liverpool v Chelsea 4pm
Tuesday 9th: West Ham v West Brom 8pm
Wednesday 10th: Man City v Man Utd 8pm
Saturday 13th: Aston Villa v Man Utd 12.45pm
Sunday 14th: Everton v Arsenal 2pm
Sunday 14th: Chelsea v Sunderland 4.10pm
Sunday 21st: Arsenal v Tottenham 1.30pm
Sunday 21st: Fulham v Man City 4pm
Monday 22nd: Sunderland v Everton 8pm
Saturday 27th: Aston Villa v Arsenal 12.45pm
Sunday 28th: Newcastle v Chelsea 1.30pm
Sunday 28th: Tottenham v Liverpool 4pm





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