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English Premier League TV: By The Numbers

soccer on tv English Premier League TV: By The Numbers

This isn’t the real league table below, but it is the table according to the number of times the teams have been shown on Fox Soccer Channel and Setanta Sports combined so far this season.

Overall
Man United 3
Chelsea 3
Spurs 3
Middlesbrough 3
West Ham 3
Charlton 3
Newcastle 2
Wigan 2
Bolton 2
Reading 2
Man City 2
Watford 2
Arsenal 2
Sheffield United 2
Liverpool 2
Aston Villa 2
Everton 1
Fulham 1
Blackburn 1
Portsmouth 1

And if you’re interested in a breakdown of the number of times your team has been on Fox Soccer Channel versus Setanta, here are those numbers.

Setanta
Man United 3
Charlton 3
Liverpool 2
Sheffield United 2
Aston Villa 2
West Ham 2
Arsenal 1
Fulham 1
Spurs 1
Watford 1
Bolton 1
Newcastle 1
All other teams 0

Fox Soccer Channel
Chelsea 3
Middlesbrough 3
Wigan 2
Spurs 2
Reading 2
Man City 2
Newcastle 1
Bolton 1
Watford 1
West Ham 1
Everton 1
Arsenal 1
Blackburn 1
Portsmouth 1
All other teams 0

Interestingly, in the first 10 days of the Premiership, FSC and Setanta viewers have seen 21 matches (11 on FSC, and 10 on Setanta).

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