Pay-per-view is no more! The Premier League has scrapped it’s £14.95 price to view non-televised matches through Sky Sports’ and BT Sport’s box office channels.

Instead, every Premier League game until the New Year will be televised as normal, with matches set to be shown on Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC.

The Premier League announced the news on Friday and released November’s revised fixture list. December’s dates and kick-off times will be announced at a later date, according to BBC Sport.

So how are Tottenham affected?

In November, there aren’t a lot changes for Spurs fans. The team’s two remaining Premier League matches this month – against Manchester City and Chelsea – were set to be televised by normal means anyway.

So Tottenham’s meeting with Manchester City will still take place on Saturday, November 21 (17.30 kick-off) and will be shown on Sky Sports.

And the trip to Chelsea will still take place on Sunday, November 29 (16.30 kick-off) and will be shown on Sky Sports.

Stay tuned for further updates about Spurs’ December fixtures.



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