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Lads Games Switched For TV

Sunderland will be live on TV five times this coming season.

Home matches against Arsenal (ESPN) & Everton (Sky) will be live, whilst trips to Ewood Park, Stamford Bridge and St James Park will be screened on SkySports also. The Tyne-Wear derby will be shown at 4pm, although police may meet to switch that fixture to earlier in the day.

Live TV games are as follows:

Arsenal (H) - Saturday 18th Sept 5.30pm (ESPN)
Blackburn (A) - Monday 18th Oct 8pm (Sky)
Newcastle (A) - Sunday 31st Oct 4pm (Sky)
Chelsea (A) - Sunday 14th Nov 4.10pm (Sky)
Everton (H) - Monday 22nd Nov 8pm (Sky)

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Writer: Paul Wallis Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 6 2010

Time: 1:26PM

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Only the 6th July and already 5 games moved from 1500 Saturday to suit Sky and as for ESPN they have to be the most boring commentary team known to man.
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