Scottish Premiership Football 2020/21 – Live on Sky Sports

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Sky Sports – the new home of Scottish football – has announced its plans ahead of the new Scottish Premiership season.

The 2020/21 season gets underway this weekend with Eilidh Barbour presenting coverage of up to 48 live matches.

Regular pundit Kris Boyd will be joined by James McFadden and three new faces on the Sky Sports Scottish Premiership team.

Former Rangers, St Johnstone and Kilmarnock striker Ally McCoist, former Scotland and Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher, and former Celtic striker John Hartson will all be part of the Sky coverage throughout the campaign.

Ian Crocker and Andy Walker will provide match commentary.

Confirmed Sky Sports televised games

Sat Aug 1: Aberdeen vs Rangers – 12.30pm

Sun Aug 2: Celtic vs Hamilton – 4.30pm

Mon Aug 3: Ross County vs Motherwell – 7.45pm

Sat Aug 8: St Johnstone vs Aberdeen – 12.30pm

Sun Aug 9: Kilmarnock vs Celtic – 4.30pm

Tue Aug 11: Dundee Utd vs Hibernian – 6pm

Wed Aug 12: St Mirren vs Celtic – 6pm

Sat Aug 15: Hibernian vs Motherwell – 5.30pm

Sun Aug 16: Livingston vs Rangers – 4.30pm

Posted on Tuesday 28 July 2020
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