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Premier League Matches Will Be Shown In Primetime On Saturday Nights

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 20 / 17

Premier League matches will be shown in primetime on Saturday nights after club chairs "agreed to include the new slot in the next broadcasting deal," according to Martyn Ziegler of the LONDON TIMES. A meeting of the top-flight clubs in London on T...

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