Sport First north London derby of the season will be on BT on October 1
Derby time in Nuremberg: "It is important not to think about the consequences"
for the first time since November 2020, 1. FC Nürnberg receives the SpVgg Greuther Fürth for the Frankenderby. Before the 269th edition of the neighboring duel, coach Robert Klauß makes a special tension at the club - but he knows that it takes more than that to win the duel. © Picture Alliance A picture of the past derby in Nuremberg: The Club received Fürth last time in November 2020. The Club receives Fürth - Tempelmann falls from from the perspective of 1.
The Premier League have announced the broadcast picks for October, withv kicking off the month in a mouth-watering clash on BT.
The first north London derby of the season will kick off on Saturday October 1 at 12.30pm, and Sky Sports customers will get the first chance to see title favouritesand face off on Sunday, October 16 from 4.30pm.
Sky Sports viewers will be far more satisfied than those who with a BT subscription however, with Sky televising 18 matches across the month, with BT only showing five, although several fixtures are yet to be allocated.
October gets off to an electric start, with the Manchester derby coming just a day after Arsenal v Spurs, and will be shown on Sky Sports at either 2.30 or 4.30, in what promises to be a pulsating weekend.
A derby victory as an adhesive: Nuremberg's hopes after the Triumph
with the 2-0 against Fürth, 1. FC Nürnberg has set a sign - knowing what can be accumulated from a derby victory. © Imago Images Words that the team followed: The club won the Frankenderby 2: 0. The club trumps with pragmatism and aggressiveness on . The followers of 1. FC Nürnberg aimed at the opponent with a message, then they also had an order for their own team.
Over the course of October, Sky will also be televising Arsenal v Liverpool on October 9, Spurs v Newcastle on October 22 and another heavyweight clash between Manchester United and Chelsea on Sunday, October 23.
The broadcasting giants then close out the month with coverage of newly-promoted Fulham against Everton on Saturday, October 29, followed by a double bill of Liverpool v Leeds (2.30pm) and Man United v West Ham (4.30pm) on October 30.
After the north London derby at the Emirates, BT's next game will be on Sunday, October 9 when Manchester United travel to Everton at 7pm.
They will also have coverage of the 12.30 kick off on Saturday, October when the Foxes host Crystal Palace, before showing big-spenders Nottingham Forest take on Liverpool on Saturday, October 22, also at 12.3.0pm.
Sydney ready for fired-up GWS in derby
Sydney and co-captain Callum Mills will overlook the Giants' recent form as they prepare for their rivals to treat the AFL derby match like a virtual final.The Harbour City rivals have played out four gripping matches over the past 18 months, including a thrilling elimination final last year that the Giants won by a point, but the tables have turned this season.
Their final games of the month sees Leicester host Pep Guardiola's City at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, October 29 at 12.30pm
Amazon Prime may be newer to the TV schedule lists than their more established counterparts, but they have still picked up some of the biggest fixtures of the month.
The first match available on the streaming platform is not until Tuesday, October 18, but they will be showing three games in one evening, starting with Brighton v Forest and Palace v Wolves (both 7.30), before Bournemouth host Southampton at 8.15pm.
They will then show United v Spurs at Old Trafford a day later at 8.15, followed by a bumper Thursday, October 20 starting with Brentford taking on Chelsea in a west London derby, Fulham hosting Aston Villa, and Leeds travelling to Leicester, all kicking off at 7.30pm, and culminating with Arsenal v Man City at 8.15pm.
ex-captain shaved! Bobic speaks plain text .
Hertha BSC with the defeat in the derby against Union Berlin cope with the next setback. Ex-captain Dedryck Boyata was no longer called to the squad for the game. Fredi Bobic explains the reason in the Doppelpass steel mill. © provided by Sport1.de Ex-captain shaved! Bobic speaks plain text Hardly has the new Bundesliga season started, the mood around Hertha BSC goes back to the basement.