‘War of the Roses’ brawler Brandon Locke-Walker banned from drinking alcohol after Rosehill brawl

    'War of the Roses' brawler seen fighting with up to 30 people at Rosehill Racecourse is banned from drinking for a YEAR but avoids...

    Anthony Weiner is spotted with ex-wife Huma Abedin after his new job is revealed

    Piecing his life back together? Anthony Weiner is spotted with ex-wife Huma Abedin walking their son to school after becoming CEO of firm that...

    Pro-surfer sisters Ellie-Jean Coffey and Holly-Daze Coffey offer explicit OnlyFans style content

    Surfer sisters Ellie-Jean Coffey and Holly-Daze Coffey offer explicit OnlyFans-style content as they launch their 'uncensored' paid websites By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia...

    Denham Hitchcock cops barrage of abuse after fiery exchange with Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews

    'Go back to Sydney': Reporter is hit with a barrage of abuse after ordering Daniel Andrews to answer his question THREE times - and...

    Premier League confirm TV changes for final round of September fixtures

    Premier League reveal revised TV schedule for matchday three now every game is to be broadcast in September… with Crystal Palace v Everton to be Amazon Prime’s first game of the new season

    The Premier League have confirmed the TV changes for the final round of September fixtures, with Crystal Palace versus Everton to be shown on Amazon Prime.

    The match will kick off at 3pm on Saturday September 26, with every Premier League game in September to be broadcast as fans are still not permitted to attend matches. 

    Meanwhile, Tottenham‘s game at home to Newcastle now be shown on Sky Sports.

    Originally scheduled for September 26, it will now take place a day later and will kick off at 2pm. 

    Another change sees West Ham versus Wolves moved to a 7pm kick off on September 27, with the game being shown on BT Sport.

    Burnley versus Southampton on September 26 will kick off at 8pm and be shown on Sky Sports.

    Two games will also be shown on Sky Sports on Monday September 28, with Fulham versus Aston Villa taking place at 6pm before Liverpool host Arsenal in an 8.15pm kick-off.


    Saturday September 26 

    12:30 Brighton v Man Utd (BT Sport)

    15:00 Crystal Palace v Everton (Amazon Prime)**This may move to 19:00 BST 27 September depending on PL club participation in the third round of the EFL Cup 

    17:30 West Brom v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

    20:00 Burnley v Southampton (Sky Sports)

    Sunday September 27 

    12:00 Sheffield Utd v Leeds (BT Sport)

    14:00 Spurs v Newcastle (Sky Sports)

    16:30 Man City v Leicester (Sky Sports)

    19:00 West Ham v Wolves (BT Sport)**This may move to 15:00 BST 26 September depending on PL club participation in the third round of the EFL Cup

    Monday September 28 

    18:00 Fulham v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)20:15 Liverpool v Arsenal (Sky Sports)



    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Latest Posts

    Katie Price is joined by boyfriend Carl Woods as she heads to the studio to record new music

    Katie Price is pushed along in a wheelchair by her boyfriend Carl Woods as she heads to the studio in another bid to relaunch...

    Even With Vaccine There Will Still Be ‘Vulnerable People,’ Fauci Says

    Dr. Anthony S. Fauci and other top U.S. health officials testified before a Senate panel on the prospect of a vaccine, and warned that...

    Heat and Drought Team Up More Frequently, With Disastrous Results

    The combination of drought conditions and heat waves, which can make wildfires more likely, is becoming increasingly common in the American West, according to...

    Breonna Taylor Live Updates: One Officer Charged in Shooting

    Here’s what you need to know: One former officer was indicted. Two other officers who fired shots were not charged. In Louisville, protesters erupted in anger...