Two more of Newcastle United's league fixtures have been selected by Sky for broadcast and rescheduled from their original Saturday 3 p.m. BST time slots.
The Premier League this afternoon released Sky and TNT's broadcast selections for the first half of November on its official website, with both of our matches in that period selected.
The home game with Arsenal on Saturday the 4th of November will now kick off at 5.30 p.m., with the same being true of the away game with Bournemouth on Saturday the 11th of November.
All-in-all, these latest selections mean that 15 of Newcastle's first 17 matches in 2023/24 will be televised.
Our Carabao Cup third-round match with Manchester City on Wednesday the 27th of September was also recently chosen by Sky to be shown, while all six of our Champions League group stage games will be broadcast on TNT. Only the Burnley and Crystal Palace home games have avoided selection to date.
Chelsea (H), Manchester United (H), Everton (A), and Tottenham (H) are the next fixtures on the docket for Sky and TNT to decide on. It would be no surprise to see all four of those chosen for broadcast, meaning we could be looking at over 90% of our games being televised by mid-December.
If you haven't checked out our results/fixtures section before, now might be a good time.
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