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Frequency of Premiership Clubs on Fox Soccer Channel

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Premiership Countdown: 16 Days to Go.

We revealed Fox Soccer Channel’s schedule earlier this week for the Premiership. Although a decision hasn’t made yet on many of the TBD dates, we can reveal the breakdown of the 18 matches that we do know about — to see what teams (based on percentages) will be shown the most between now and October.

Here they are:
Chelsea, 3 times, 16.6%
Manchester City, 3 times, 16.6%
Manchester United, 3 times, 16.6%
Middlesbrough, 3 times, 16.6%
Reading, 3 times, 16.6%
Tottenham Hotspur, 3 times, 16.6%
Arsenal, 2 times, 11.1%
Aston Villa, 2 times, 11.1%
Bolton Wanderers, 2 times, 11.1%
Newcastle United, 2 times, 11.1%
Portsmouth, 2 times, 11.1%
Watford, 2 times, 11.1%
West Ham United, 2 times, 11.1%
Blackburn Rovers, 1 time, 5.5%
Everton, 1 time, 5.5%
Sheffield United, 1 time, 5.5%
Wigan Athletic, 1 time, 5.5%
Charlton, 0 times, 0%
Fulham, 0 times, 0%
Liverpool, 0 times, 0%

Don’t despair yet, though. There are still 11 matches that are “to be determined” that Fox will be showing between now and October 1.


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