The English Premier League kicked off in style as top competitive teams ought to build a strong foundation that could catalyse their success this season.
It is good news to Kenyan football fans after K24 TV has announced that they will be airing live one of the English top flight matches this weekend.
The popular television broadcast has been in the forefront in the entertainment industry giving exclusive coverage on football in the country.
Rampant Manchester City will host Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium for their second league match this season. Pep Guardiola's side made a remarkable start this term cruising 2-0 past West Ham in their opener match. On the other hand, their opponents Bournemouth won 2-0 against Aston Villa.
"This weekend, who will win between Man City and Bournemouth? Catch this game live on K24TV." According to latest post.
K24 TV viewers have a reason to smile after the broadcast confirmed that the significant match will be aired live this Saturday.
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