The EPL Match That K24 TV Will Be Airing Live This Weekend
By FantasyPremierLeague | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 15 views
The Mediamax's K24 Television have already confirmed the premier league match that they will be airing live this weekend, after allegedly promising Kenyans free games last year September when the league was starting officially.
Having so far succeeded in airing games in all the twenty nine weeks that have been played in the league, the television confirmed through their social media page that they will bring the live match between Leeds United and Sheffield United which will be starting at 17:00 hours.
Chelsea will open the week's competition with an early kick off match against West Brom at the stamford bridge, table leaders Manchester City will travel at the King Power stadium to face third placed Leicester City and Arsenal will close the day with a late kick off match against the defending Champions Liverpool.
Second Positioned Manchester United will on Sunday host Brighton at Old Trafford and Tottenham will travel at the St James Park to face Newcastle United.
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