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Cherries on Sky in August and September

Cherries on Sky in August and September

Premier League broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport have made their selections for live television coverage for August and September.

The Premier League have also announced some fixture alterations due to European games in both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

Sky Sports have selected AFC Bournemouth on two occasions during this bundle of games, with one in August and one in September, whilst a third game in November has been moved due to other alterations to the fixture list due to European football.

The first game to be moved is the home fixture against Manchester City, this has been selected by Sky Sports and will now kick off early at 12.30pm but remain on 26th August.

The second game has also been selected by Sky Sports and that's the all south coast clash against Brighton & Hove Albion at Dean Court, that has been moved to Friday 15th September at 8pm.

The third game is another home fixture and this is the game against Eddie Howe's former side Burnley. This game will now kick off on Wednesday 29th November at 7.45pm.

BT Sport have not selected the Cherries during this period.

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