Date: 8th February 2021 at 8:04am
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Six of AFC Bournemouth’s next seven outings will be live either on Sky Sports or BT Sport.

AFC Bournemouth’s next game comes on Tuesday night in the FA Cup against Premier League side Burnley at Turf Moor. The game kicks off at 5.15 pm and is live on BT Sport 1.

The Cherries then move their attention back to trying to challenge for promotion in the Championship.

On Saturday 13th February, AFC Bournemouth travel to Nottingham Forest for a 12.30 pm kick-off. Nottingham Forest now boasts four former Cherries in their squad with Glenn Murray joining Harry Arter, Lyle Taylor and Lewis Grabban on transfer deadline day. The game will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

Wednesday 17th February and AFC Bournemouth once again feature on Sky Sports Football, this time at Dean Court against Rotherham United. Kick-off is at 8.15 pm.

One week later and AFC Bournemouth host Cardiff City in a more traditional 7.45 pm slot, this game will be on Sky Sports Football – Red Button service, which will comprise of one camera angle, no replays and a single commentator.

On Saturday 27th February it will be the full Sky Sports service once again on Sky Sports Football as AFC Bournemouth host Watford in a 12.30 pm kick-off.

Kicking off the month of March will be the game against Bristol City, with the fixture at Ashton Gate starting at 7.45 pm again on the Sky Sports Football – Red Button service.

Sky holds the exclusive rights of the Football League and has already shown the Cherries fourteen times this season, with the games against Coventry City (away), Cardiff City (away), Watford (away), Bristol City (home), Reading (home), Nottingham Forest (home), Preston North End (home), Barnsley (away), Swansea City (away), Wycombe Wanderers (home), Brentford (away), Stoke City (away), Derby County (away) and Reading (away) all shown either on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football or on the Sky Sports Football – Red Button service.

The FA Cup is shown on the BBC, BT Sport and the FA website, the Cherries third-round tie against Oldham Athletic was shown on BT Sport Extra, as was the fourth round tie against Crawley Town.

Sky Sports and BT Sport is available through various subscription-based services including Sky, Virgin Media, BT TV and NOW TV. However, the Sky red button service and BT Sport Extra is not always available on all platforms.

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One Reply to “Six more TV picks for Bournemouth from Sky and BT”

  • Why would broadcast anything from Vitality Stadium AFC Bournemouth. Their camera angle is so low and awful, not watchable !

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