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Fans just realising only two Premier League matches won't be on TV this week


ALL Premier League teams are set to be in action this mid-week, with eight of the ten games being televised.

Fans of 16 of the 20 clubs will get to watch their sides live on TNT Sports.

TNT Sports will broadcast eight of the ten mid-week matches


TNT Sports will broadcast eight of the ten mid-week matchesCredit: Getty

Bizarrely, however, two games have been left out by the broadcaster.

Bournemouth’s clash with Crystal Palace on Tuesday will not be on TV in the UK.

Elsewhere, Wolves’ match against Burnley at Molineux will also not be televised.

Both game are set to kick off at 7:45pm on Tuesday.

Newcastle vs Everton and Nottingham Forest vs Fulham will both get underway at 7:30pm and are set to be available to watch on TNT Sports.

Then West Ham vs Tottenham will kick-off at 8:15pm, and is also to be shown on TNT.

All three of Wednesday’s Prem matches, including Manchester City vs Aston Villa, will be shown by the broadcaster.

And both games on Thursday are also to be broadcasted live by TNT Sports – with Chelsea vs Manchester United the man attraction.


Prem fixtures this mid-week

Tuesday 2 April:
19:30 Newcastle v Everton (TNT Sports)
19:30 Nott’m Forest v Fulham (TNT Sports)
19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
19:45 Burnley v Wolves
20:15 West Ham v Spurs (TNT Sports)

Wednesday 3 April:
19:30 Arsenal v Luton (TNT Sports)
19:30 Brentford v Brighton (TNT Sports)
20:15 Man City v Aston Villa (TNT Sports)

Thursday 4 April
19:30 Liverpool v Sheff Utd (TNT Sports)
20:15 Chelsea v Man Utd (TNT Sports)

Some fans have noticed that their teams will be excluded.

One asked: “Is the Bournemouth v Palace game on the telly on Tuesday?”

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To which a second pointed out: “No – only us and Burnley v Wolves which aren’t on.”

And a third complained: “I just have a quick question? Do you know why TNT are not showing the Burnley and Bournemouth home games next week?

“Is there a minimum or maximum it just looks odd and somewhat prejudicial?”

TNT Sports hold the rights to show 52 Premier League games this season.

As they took more matches from the split weekend over the winter break, they were forced to drop five from their following two mid-week slates.

This led to them deciding not to show the Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace and Wolves vs Burnley matches this week.

Burnley are one of four teams that won't be televised this mid-week


Burnley are one of four teams that won’t be televised this mid-weekCredit: Reuters
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