The way we watch Premier League football continues to shift with Sky Sports Box Office the latest platform to enter and ever-crowded marketplace.
An announcement by the Premier League stated that all games not initially picked by existing broadcaster Sky Sports or BT Sport will be moved onto their premium box office channels.
This means a number of games each week will cost one-off fees of £14.95 on top of any subscriptions you may or may not already be paying for.
Subscribers and non-subscribers alike are able to watch games on the pay per view channels, and we’ve got a full guide on how to watch Sky Sports Box Office.
All fees paid to watch games on box office channels will be given to Premier League clubs in a bid to subsidise some of the losses being made due to a complete lack of matchday income.
Check out the full list of games coming up on Sky Sports Box Office below.
What Premier League games are on Sky Sports Box Office?
Friday 6th November
Sunday 8th November
You can also check out Premier League games on BT Sport Box Office
How can I watch Sky Sports Box Office?
You don’t need to be an existing Sky Sports or BT Sport customer to be able to watch games on the PPV channels.
Think of them as entirely separate systems that share part of a name with the two broadcasters.
It’s a fairly simple process to book games on both, whether you’re watching through the big three of Sky, BT and Virgin Media, and our how to watch Sky Sports Box Office guide has all the information you need to book.
Alternatively, click on the links next to the fixtures above to go directly to the Sky Sports Box Office site.
For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide.
If you’re looking for something else to watch check out our TV Guide.