So far this season, despite their best start to a Premier League season for AFC Bournemouth, they have only made one appearance on live television on either Sky Sports or BT Sport.
That game was the home fixture against Crystal Palace which was switched to Sky Sports Monday Night Football on 1st October.
The next time AFC Bournemouth will be on television will be the fixture against Manchester United at Dean Court brought forward for Premier League Live and will now kick off at 12.30pm on BT Sport on Saturday 3rd November.
The home game against Arsenal has also been moved to the early kick-off on Sky’s Super Sunday and will now kick off at 1.30pm on Sunday 25th November.
Sky Sports and BT Sport have now made their selections for December and January. This time around Sky Sports have selected a further three Cherries games, whilst BT Sport has opted to overlook Eddie Howe’s side once again.
All in all, four games have been moved over the festive months.
The first is the home game with Liverpool, which will now kick off on at 12.30pm on Saturday 8th December.
The trip to Old Trafford for AFC Bournemouth’s game against Manchester United will now be on Sky Sports Super Sunday main slot on 30th December at 4.30pm.
Due to this game, the home fixture against Watford has been moved back to 2nd January 2019 at 7.45pm, to give better recovery time.
The final game for television coverage for January is the trip to Goodison Park when AFC Bournemouth face Everton on Sunday 13th January at 2.15pm.
Liverpool was odds-on to be chosen ….and, as others flagged, had to be Saturday for European reasons.
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