Sky news update: In a bid to out-do their new rivals BT, Sky have revamped their Premier League coverage. They will launch the new look on the first day of the Premier League with free coverage to every house in Britain. “The new look weekend football on Sky Sports includes: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL - A brand new show for Sky's 5.30pm Saturday evening Premier League fixture. David Jones and Jamie Redknapp will present analysis of the match from a stunning new studio and debate all the talking points with an audience of football fans. MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL - For more than a decade, they competed on opposing sides of English football's greatest rivalry and now, for the first time, they appear on screen together; Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher joins former Manchester United captain Gary Neville in the new look MNF studio on Monday nights. Ed Chamberlin will present this must-see show. FL72 LIVE - The live football weekend kicks off with FL72 Live, Sky's new showcase for the best matches from the Football League. Presented by Simon Thomas, fixtures from the Championship and Leagues 1 and 2 will kick off in a regular slot at 12.15pm. Sky Sports executive producer for football, Gary Hughes, said: "For over 20 years we've offered our viewers the best live football coverage with brilliant analysis and incredible innovations. Our new programmes and schedule will raise the bar again, providing viewers with an unrivalled weekend of football alongside week night action from the UEFA Champions League, Capital One Cup, Football League and international fixtures. ‘Saturday Night Football will be a fantastic addition to our schedule. Our viewers will hear David and Jamie's thoughts with a new half hour preview show ahead of the 3pm kick offs. Then, following Soccer Saturday, viewers can enjoy all the pre and post-match analysis for the 5.30pm live match with input from our studio audience.’ Hughes added: ‘Monday Night Football is compulsory viewing for many and it's getting even better from next season. Alongside Gary Neville, we are adding Jamie Carragher who joins us straight from the Liverpool dressing room. Our viewers can hear his insight and tactical analysis and putting him alongside Gary will make for brilliant television.’” The battle to become top dog in the market for coverage of the Premier League has been on-going and will continue into the foreseeable future. BT are not the first television company to try to usurp Sky and the latter have sent all other small fish back out of the pond with little effort but they do appear to be taking this challenge a little more seriously. Stay up to date with the most recent goings-on between the two companies on our news feed. For more information on any of the products and services offered by Sky, contact them directly and speak with a member of their customer services team. This applies to both new and existing customers; for all contact information Click Here. This article was originally found on the Sky Sports website.
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