Six of the next eight AFC Bournemouth games in the Championship will be shown live on Sky Sports.
The British broadcaster holds the exclusive rights of the Football League and have already shown the Cherries four times this season.
The first was the superb performance by Jason Tindall’s men against Coventry City, securing all three points ahead of the first international break.
Two draws followed against Cardiff City and Watford, before the victory over Bristol City.
Over the next two weeks, six of AFC Bournemouth’s eight Championship fixtures will be shown live on Sky television, the first is this Saturday’s game against Reading at Dean Court with a 12.30 pm kick-off time. This game is available on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
Then on Tuesday 24th November with an 8 pm kick-off the Cherries host Nottingham Forest, a game which will see the return of Harry Arter, Lewis Grabban and Lyle Taylor to Dean Court, also on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
On Tuesday 1st December at 7.45 pm, Preston North End who boast former AFC Bournemouth youth team graduate Jayden Stockley amongst their ranks visit the south coast, this game will be on Sky Sports Football’s red button service. This service has no individual build-up for the game and is just a single camera with no replays and a single commentator.
Then on Friday 4th December, AFC Bournemouth travel to Barnsley for a 7.45 pm kick-off on Sky Sports Football.
The trip to Swansea City on Tuesday 8th December (7.45pm) and the home tie against Wycombe Wanderers on Tuesday 15th December (7.45pm) will both be shown on Sky Sports Football – Red Button.
Sky Sports is available through various subscription-based services including Sky, Virgin Media, BT TV and NOW TV. However, the red button service is not always available on all platforms.
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