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These are happy times for the lovers of English Premier League (EPL) as the 2021/22 football season gets underway with the traditional season-opening fixture next Saturday.
This year’s EPL curtain raiser will see the FA Cup winners, Leicester City trade tackles with the EPL champions, Manchester City at 5:15pm next Saturday.
Interestingly for the EPL fans in Nigeria especially, the opportunity to watch see their teams slug it out will be available to them live on SuperSport Premier League (DStv channel 203) and SuperSport Football (DStv channel 205) and also on GOtv (channel 31).
This weekend’s Community Shield will see Nigerian stars and DStv ambassadors, Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho play for the FA Cup champions, Leicester city, as they face Premier League champions, Manchester City, at the Wembley Stadium in London.
Leicester City and Manchester City have met in 122 matches across all competitions since 1895. The Citizens have claimed 62 wins compared to 31 for the Foxes, while 29 games have been drawn.
It is also interesting to note that DStv and GOtv customers will also enjoy a range and depth of live football action from the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Europa League as well as La Liga and Serie A.
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