Sky Sports confirm Newcastle vs Man Utd to be shown on pay-per-view

Sky Sports and BT have confirmed the first matches that will be shown live as part of the Premier League’s new pay-per-view plans in October, with Newcastle United vs Manchester United available for £14.95.

The Premier League confirmed on Friday that matches outside of the designated TV selections will be shown live to enable supporters to watch their teams in action, at any extra cost.

BT Sport have confirmed that these games will be priced at £14.95 each, with all profits going to Premier League clubs to support their loss of matchday revenue, with the matches available for purchase to everyone, regardless of any BT subscribers.

These initial plans have faced fierce criticism from supporters, who are being charged even more money to watch their teams from home, despite Premier League clubs spending £1.2billion in the summer transfer window.

Following the resumption of the 2019/20 Premier League season in June, every match was made available on TV for supporters through Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC, with a portion of matches made free-to-air.

With these plans coming into fruition after the international break BT have confirmed the matches that will be shown at an additional cost throughout October, with Sky also revealing the extra matches available on the weekend commencing October 17.

Live matches available on PPV:

October 17

Chelsea v Southampton (3pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Newcastle United vs Manchester United (8pm) – Sky Sports Box Office

October 18

Sheffield United v Fulham (12pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Leicester City vs Aston Villa (7:15pm) – Sky Sports Box Office

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October 19

West Brom vs Burnley (5:30pm) – Sky Sports Box Office

Friday 23 October

Aston Villa v Leeds United (8pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Saturday 24 October

Fulham v Crystal Palace (3pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Friday 30 October

Wolves v Crystal Palace (8pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Saturday 31 October

Burnley v Chelsea (3pm) – BT Sport Box Office

Manchester Evening News