Burnley v Watford – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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Burnley v Watford – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

Sky Sports will broadcast the final Premier League game of the weekend as Burnley host Watford.

The match, to be shown on the Monday Night Football tonight, comes from Turf Moor and will be the first top-flight fixture between the two sides.

The Clarets have so far registered a win, a loss and a draw in their three previous home matches since their return to the top flight, and face a Hornets side that came from 2-0 down to win 4-2 against West Ham United in their previous away fixture.

Five of the last six league meetings have been drawn, including the last four.

Burnley forward Andre Gray begins a four-match ban imposed by the FA on Friday for homophobic comments he posted on social media in 2012, while Watford right-back Daryl Janmaat has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a shoulder injury sustained last weekend.

David Jones and Jamie Carragher will be joined in the studio by Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp. The trio will review the weekend’s action and preview tonight’s game, which kicks-off at 8pm.

Coverage starts at 7pm on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD with live streaming on Now TV and Sky Go.

Updated: Monday 26 September 2016
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