I am not sure. I am completely unrelated to decisions like this & # 39 ;: Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flowers is not sure he will be responsible for a trip to Leicester next week after a win in 10
- Watford fell to 2 – 1 defeat in Southampton as miserable season continued
- Hornets are six points of Premier League safety after a win of 10 games
- Boss Quique Sanchez Flores did not know if he would be detained by the club
The Hornets went through Ismaila Sarr but the second half goals from Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse leave the club rooted at the bottom of the table and six points out of safety.
Sanchez Flores only returned for a second spell in September, but with only one win out of 10 games thought to be very uncertain
& # 39; I'm not sure . I am completely unrelated to decisions like this, "Flowers replied when asked about his future.
" I'm just sad, because if I can't help the team, I'm sad for that, I'm sad for the fans, I am sad for the players, for the owner and the future of the club of course. & # 39;
Speaking of his players, he added: & # 39; They lost faith. You think the game is running properly and eventually one situation changes everything.
& # 39; One goal (granted) for us is now a tragedy, even if we control the game. It is a tragedy. & # 39;
England 5/1 favorites from Gareth Southgate to win Euro 2020 after avoiding a nightmare for France and Belgium
- England will play all three of their Group D games next summer Wembley
- France is second favorite on 11/2 despite being in the & # 39; death group & # 39; is drawn
- World No. 1 Belgium are 6/1, while Spain, winners in 2008 and 2012, 17/2
Gareth Southgate & # 39; s England are 5 / 1 favorites to win Euro 2020 after being paired with Croatia and the Czech Republic in Saturday's draw.
England will meet Croatia and the Czech Republic in the Euro 2020 Group
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England – 5/1
France – 11/2
Belgium – 6 / 1
Germany – 17/2
Holland – 13/2
Spain – 17/2
Italy – 11/1
Portugal – 19/1
] Croatia – 21/1
England will be their 2018 World Cup Semi-Final Conquerors encounter Croatia in the group stage of Euro 2020.
Croatia beat England 2-1 after extra time to deny Gareth Southgate & # 39; s team in the World Cup Final, and they will and meet at Wembley on June 14.
England will also take on the Czech Republic, wh de beat them in qualifying for this tournament.
Their third opponent will be the winner of play-off pad C, including Scotland. The other possible opponents of that path are Israel, Norway and Serbia. The outcome of the play-offs will only be known at the end of March next year.
England meets the winner of play-off pad C on June 19 and the Czechs on June 23. They all play three of their Group D games on W
Wales was placed in Group A alongside Italy, Switzerland and Turkey.
Italy, coached by former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, won all 10 qualifications after not qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
Anthony Joshua That his presence in the desert this week has a lot to do with the influence of a Saudi princess who once ran Riyadh & # 39; s Harvey Nichols store and entertained Theresa May during a state visit
Princess Reema bint Bandar bin Sultan born in the nation of the nation ruling House of Saud , has been at the heart of the desert land strategy to splash billions at sporting events such as Saturday's title fight between Joshua and Andy Ruiz to project itself onto the world stage and prove that it is not an archaic police state.
That need increased after a year ago Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi journalist and dissident, was seized with a bone saw, killed and dismembered at his land consulate in Istanbul.
Princess Reema, 44, is an acceptable, articulated, US-educated face of her country, who has named Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman the seemingly obscure role of substitute for planning and development in Saudi Arabia General Sports Authority (GSA).
She has implied that she simply encouraged mass participation in a country where girls were excluded from PE lessons until two years ago.
But foreign registration documents have revealed that Princess Reema is a key figure in the work of the GSA to globally secure all sporting events such as & # 39; Clash on the Dunes & # 39; on Saturday to draw attention from the dubious state of human rights and to reduce chronic dependence on Saudi oil.
In collaboration with the LA-based lobby organization Churchill Ripley Group, Princess Reema has developed basketball in Saudi Arabia with Kobe Bryant, surfing the state with Sophie Goldschmidt, the chief executive of the World Surf League, and has met the Commissioner of the National Hockey League. Discussions are ongoing with Madison Square Garden about a & # 39; stadium infrastructure & # 39 ;.
& # 39; She is a very effective saleswoman for Saudi Arabia & # 39 ;, said a family lobbyist with her work. & # 39; Sport is seen as the way to redefine Saudi Arabia's image. She is westernized and refined. She speaks their language, literally, metaphorically. The title fight is a big win. It places Saudi Arabia in the same place as Abu Dhabi – continuing the conversation of human rights. & # 39;
It is hard to believe that Joshua, one of the more outspoken sports champions, is not aware of this. But boxing is not the only sport.
Days after the fight, to which Riyadh spent around £ 38 million, the state is organizing a £ 2.3 million tennis tournament with & # 39; eight of the best men in the world & # 39; & # 39;
In January, Saudi Arabia will host the Paris-Dakar Rally and receive Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Valencia for the Spanish Super Cup, to be played in Jeddah at the expense of the country from £ 30m to £ 34m per year in three years.
It is an insignificant amount for a state with the largest economy in the Middle East, which the UAE and Qatar can spend as part of what Prince Mohammed defines as his & # 39; Vision 2030 & # 39; – strategy.
But despite major social reforms that give women the right to drive, go to gyms and free them from permission from a male guardian or Wali to travel abroad, activists insist The killing of Khashoggi prompted Prince Mohammed to re-deploy Princess Reema in a new role as a Saudi ambassador to the US – the first time a woman was a fight for a brutal autocracy and a crackdown on dissidents
mentioned in such a post – in an attempt to smooth things out.
Countless women have reported fleeing Saudi Arabia to virtually escape slavery and abuse by men, brothers, and fathers – and then face surveillance and threats against families or business partners unless they report embassies in the countries that offer them asylum.
Last year, Prince Mohammed sanctioned the arrests of the most prominent female campaigners.
The princess, whose marriage to the Saudi prince with whom she has two children, was dissolved in 2012, flowing over Prince Mohammed's willingness to listen to the community & # 39 ;.
But her empathy for women in her country, who still have the c Onsent of a male guardian to leave prison, to leave a home for marriage or to marry, has limits.
Last year, the World Economic Forum said that allowing Saudi women to drive meant: & there is now no excuse for lack of productivity. A woman of today cannot say: & # 39; I could not find a driver. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; Please understand that the values we have differ. They are not right or wrong, and they must be honored. & # 39;
Amnesty International has the fight & # 39; Sportswashing & # 39; fought, but Joshua & # 39; s promoter Eddie Hearn said: & # 39; I don't understand that term & # 39; and when asked about it, people said rights that & # 39; above my head & # 39; and he was not worried about bringing the 30-year-old to the state.
& # 39; We follow organizations that are much larger than we & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; Every promoter has been trying to land a mega fight in the Middle East for years. I did it and have a little bit of stick because we are pioneers. & # 39;
& # 39; A defeat would be catastrophic & # 39 ;: David Haye warns Anthony Joshua that a second loss to Andy Ruiz Jnr could be a career end in Saudi Arabia
- David Haye insists defeat for Anthony Joshua can & # 39; catastrophic & # 39; his
- Joshua aims to win back his four belts from Andy Ruiz Jnr in Saudi Arabia
- Ruiz shocked the world when he defeated Joshua in Madison Square Garden in June
- He has to win. He can't say, "I'm the # 1 except that fat guy," said Haye
David Haye that he may never recover if he again a & # 39; catastrophic & # 39; defeat suffers against Andy Ruiz Jnr.
On Saturday, 30-year-old Joshua fights Ruiz Jnr at the Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, in an effort to reclaim the IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles and to avenge his only defeat, which came unexpectedly when he was stopped at Madison Square Garden in New York in June.
Haye once ruled as the WBA champion but withdrew last year after losing for the second consecutive time to Tony Bellew, and as a result he acknowledged that his career would not recover to a point when he could continue to compete at the desired level.
A convincing victory would probably show that Joshua had simply predicted to be somewhat behind, but a defeat would bring his future to the highest level – where Haye is convinced that Joshua believes he belongs – and he said: & # 39; A defeat would be catastrophic. If he loses, it's very hard to come back.
& # 39; Anthony Joshua is not the type of man who wants to resign to a level. He believes he is No. 1. His entire brand is that he is No. 1; is the best in the division; want one champion.
& # 39; He can't say, "I'm the # 1 except that fat guy over there." He must win. & # 39;
Haye continues to admire Lennox Lewis, who, like Joshua, was once the leading heavyweight and who eventually improved his reputation by avenging his only losses, to Oliver McCall and Hasim Rahman. Lewis had been a favorite on both occasions, and against Rahman – if not also against McCall – complacency had contributed to what could have damaged the defeats.
& # 39; How catastrophic was the Oliver McCall fight, the Hasim Rahman fight, for the legacy of Lennox Lewis? & # 39; asked Haye. & # 39; It defined him. Same as & # 39; Sugar & # 39; Ray Leonard. What did he do when he lost to Roberto Duran? He came back stronger, better, faster and conquered.
& # 39; Various fighters show that you can come back better and stronger, and I hope he is one of them. Things had fallen into place in terms of fights and titles.
& # 39; This is the first time he has encountered anything substantial. A small Rubik & # 39; s Cube that he didn't get at all. He didn't know how to deal with it – he tried to figure it out for us.
& # 39; He has to figure out Andy Ruiz Jnr, and the only way you can do that is with hard, tough, debilitating sparring, day in and day out. If he did that, everything will be fine. & # 39;
& # 39; Finding the Right Candidate, Not the First Candidate & # 39 ;: Arsenal Director Josh Kroenke says Gunners will take the time to appoint Unai Emery replacement after revealing that dismissal for weeks had been on the cards
- Josh Kroenke greeted Unai Emery as a & # 39; good man & # 39; but said resignation was inevitable
- Kroenke says he is convinced that the club can still achieve its goals this season
- De 38 -year-old has supported caretaker Boss Freddie Ljungberg to stabilize the ship
Arsenal Director Josh Kroenke admits that the resignation of Unai Emery already & # 39; weeks & # 39; was in the pipeline.
Emery was relieved of his duties on Friday morning after a series of seven non-win games.
The 48-year-old had lost the support of the hierarchy of Arsenal after a number of supporters had already engaged the head coach.
Arsenal director Josh Kroenke gave a rally cry on Saturday club training field
Kroenke says he still has faith that the club can still achieve their goals this season n reach
He was replaced by Freddie Ljungberg who takes the lead part-time, after head of football Raul Sanllehi and general manager Vinai Venkatesham had traveled to the United States to meet Kroenke and his father, Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke, to talk.
& # 39; Like all our fans and supporters around the world, we have been concerned about our recent series of performances, & # 39; Josh Kroenke told the Arsenal website.
& # 39; We wanted to support Unai and his staff until we decided it was time to make a change and we finally came to that decision in recent weeks. as a group between myself, Raul, Vinai and (technical director) Edu. & # 39;
But Kroenke told the players that he will not panic for a replacement. The 39-year-old said: & # 39; It's about finding the right candidate, not the first. & # 39;
Ljungberg and new assistant Per Mertesacker go to Norwich with Arsenal ninth in the Premier League and eight points from the top 4.
Kroenke said: & # 39; Like all our fans and supporters about around the world, we are concerned about our recent series of performances.
& # 39; Unai is a good man, someone we all very much respect. In the end we did not achieve various goals. We still have the feeling that we can achieve these goals this season, so we have decided to make the change.
& # 39; Freddie has Arsenal DNA, he is the right person right now I'm ok and the club forward My message to Freddie and the players was to go back to basics and especially to go back to some fun, which is a winning formula. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Ljungberg, 42, said he didn't know Arsenal is interested in some names to replace Emery, but it can be difficult to keep Nels Espirito Santo or Leicester & Brendan Rodgers away mid-season.
his stint could end, Ljungberg told Sky Sports: & # 39; They just said: & # 39; Focus on the next game and what you can see there . & # 39;
& # 39; I focus on the players and the game tomorrow and do my best. For me it's about the team and the club, we have a game tomorrow.
& # 39; Maybe there are a few other games. I am not going to try to make major changes. I'm going to concentrate on how we can play and what we will do on the football field. & # 39;
Ryan Giggs provided a double boost because Wales avoids Italy at the opening of the Euro 2020 competition and Gareth Bale makes a rare start for Real Madrid
- Ryan Giggs says he was delighted to have a opening of Euro 2020 prevent trip to Italy
- The manager of Wales also likes to play two games in Baku
- He got another boost as star man Gareth Bale made a rare Real Madrid start
Before the draw in Bucharest, Giggs knew that Wales would be placed in group A or B, but floating in the former group next to Italy, Turkey and Switzerland was ideal, especially since the order of the games means they are first confronted with Switzerland, while Italy and Turkey fight it out in the first match of the entire tournament in Rome on 12 June.
& # 39; We wanted to prevent Italy from playing in the first game in Rome and we did, Giggs said.
& # 39; Italy becomes favorite, so the rest of us is pretty competitive and we will probably all fight for second place.
& # 39; We play Italy in the last game in Rome, which is difficult because they have come back in a big way and have won 10 qualifications.
& # 39; But it's good to play the first two games in Baku. I am happy with that.
& # 39; We won there a few weeks ago (against Azerbaijan) and playing consecutive games means we don't have all the extra journeys, Baku to Rome and then Baku again.
& # 39; We can base ourselves there and get used to the heat and the facilities. Hopefully they will adopt us as their second country, after having been there a few times, and support us. & # 39;
Giggs & # 39; second piece of hospitable news cam from Spain, where Bale made a rare start for Real, as she defeated Alaves 2-1 up La Liga.
Bale was criticized in Spain for posing with a banner with the text & # 39; Wales, Golf, Real Madrid & # 39; if that was the order of his priorities.
Giggs acknowledges that he needs his main player in regular action.
& # 39; I want to see all of my players play so that when they come to the camp, you no longer have to worry about fitness or worry about turning them off after 60 or 70 minutes . That is all I hope for.
& # 39; Where they play does not matter, preferably in good clubs and Gareth is one of the largest in the world.
& # 39; He has not played before they come to the last few camps a lot, but he has done brilliantly for us and because of his ability, fitness and passion he can do it, but it is not ideal. & # 39;
Bale has been associated with a move away from Madrid in January, but Giggs & # 39; comments suggest that he would not want him to join the Chinese League to join this prepare for a tournament.
& # 39; He is so dangerous & # 39 ;: Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers believes that Jamie Vardy is like two strikers in one
- Leicester is preparing for Everton in the Premier League on Sunday
- Brendan Rodgers supported Jamie Vardy to add to his 12 league goals this season
- Foxes boss thinks he an extra player is playing
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers believes that striker Jamie Vardy holds the threat of two players, not just one.
Vardy is the top scorer of the Premier League with 12 goals and will try to score for a sixth consecutive game against Everton on Sunday at the King Power Stadium.
People sometimes ask me: & # 39; Why don't you play with two strikers? & # 39 ;, & # 39; Rodgers said.
& # 39; Jamie consistently plays at a high level.
& # 39; And for me it's like having two players there because of his work and his threat.
& # 39; If you have Jamie and Luis Suarez, which I had in Liverpool, it's like having two.
"I mentioned Luis because he also played as one striker for me, they are good that they can occupy defenders themselves.
" They offer such a & # 39; n threat. It is a huge testament for Jamie, how he takes care of his body, how he prepares himself, he never misses a day of training.
& # 39; He is probably more sensitive than before. He's so dangerous. & # 39;
It was four years ago this weekend when he set a new Premier League record for scoring in 11 consecutive games.
But this season he could become the oldest winner of the Golden Boot of the Premier League.
& # 39; When you talk to him, he feels great, he feels good in his game. He is playing an aggressive game that suits him with tactical ideas that can save his energy, & Rodgers added.
& # 39; I think most players get better through experience – but the most remarkable thing about Jamie is that He is faster.
& # 39; Then he has the quality of his finish and movement.
& # 39; He thinks all the time.
& # 39; Jamie takes care of his body and when you reach his age, recovery is crucial. & # 39;
There are six candidates for the BBC & # 39; s Sports Personality of the Year Award and I would be with anyone bicker from them if they were called the winner. Lewis Hamilton, Katarina Johnson-Thompson Dina Asher-Smith Raheem Sterling and Alun Wyn Jones have been inspired and amazed over the past 12 months.
The truth, however, is that I didn't have to think too deeply about who I would vote this year. Perhaps it helps that I was with Lord in July to see him lead England to victory in one of the biggest cricket matches there has ever been. Perhaps it helps that I saw the start of his momentous innings in Headingley six weeks later.
So although the standard seems higher than ever, although it seems strange that Hamilton, our greatest active sportsman, should be overlooked. Again, the choice seemed easier this year. The bookmakers think there is little room for a fight and I agree with them: my choice would be Ben Stokes.
It makes no sense to highlight shortcomings in the cases of the other m and women on the list because they are not there. But Stokes did things in a golden summer for English cricket, which, even in a year in which Tiger Woods won the US Masters again, tested the limits of the sport's ability to deliver drama and deliverance.
Like Woods, Stokes stopped the sports world last year. He put it in his tracks and made it to him with a weak jaw and bulging eyes and bitten nails and a beating heart. He did it not once but twice.
If you were not with Lord on July 14 while your chest tightened and your face turned pale with nerves, you wish you were there. If you were not in Headingley on August 25, you will always remember where you saw Stokes from what he did that day to win the third test against Australia.
It was the summer in which Stokes redeemed himself and the sport he honors. It was the summer in which a raw, special talent did what even an acquittal could do and blotted out the stain of his role in a nocturnal fight in Bristol and the rush to the judgment that preceded the process that cleared him up.
Stokes brought new levels of courage and versatility for a venerable old sport at a crossroads. At a time when it is looking for identity in a changing world, Stokes cricket seemed up-to-date and viable and again visceral and dynamic. The game needed a headline act like never before and Stokes gave them one. He gave it the greatest gift anyone could give it. He gave it modernity.
Cricket is trapped between the tradition of the Test match format and pushing the limits of the game with limited overs. That's why there are times when it feels like it's fighting for survival. Stokes fearlessly waded into that uncertainty and within six enchanted weeks ensured that cricket can still seize the nation. Stokes reassured us that since the sports managers are trying to convince a new generation that cricket can still be relevant, while it is preparing to sell us a new format called The Hundred, our summer sports still occupy a prominent place in popular culture .
Stokes not only won the World Cup for England for the first time last summer, he revived his sport. We know the details of what he has already done by heart. He scored top in England & # 39; s innings in the World Cup Final against New Zealand, dragged his team back into the game, curbed his natural instincts to play innings combining cruelty and discipline, and brought England to the end of 50 overs.
Then he went outside and repeated the performance. Already exhausted from his efforts, and also top score in the Super Over, helping to make New Zealand a total that they could not overcome. We don't have many World Cup competition winners in this country, but at those moments on that Sunday, Stokes joined Sir Geoff Hurst and Jonny Wilkinson as heroes of our greatest sporting hours.
That was perhaps enough to get the BBC award on its own. But then, two months after the last World Cup, Stokes did not hold out the Ashes series against Australia with an innings of 135, which combined infinite patience, strategy and incredible courage to win the third test at Headingley.
He devised England's highly successful run-chase ever, capped by the meticulous way in which he calculated risk and reward when his batting partners ran out. At the height of it all, Stokes shared an unbroken last-wicket stand of 76 with Jack Leach. Leach scored one point.
Many respected game observers, old and young, former players and journalists, said they were the largest test innings they had ever seen. It was an inning for all ages. And it was an inning for his age. It brought us the best of modern cricket. It brought us a glorious hybrid of all his arts. It brought us the best that the game can offer.
On Saturday-evening, Stokes scored two runs in his first 50 balls. Determined to stay in the fold, determined to win a game that felt most lost, Stokes would not admit. And then on Sunday he cut loose. The discipline was still there, but he left it with a series of shots – in particular a reverse swing for six over a deep point – that were astonishing in their conception and execution.
When he hit the winning runs, a new generation of cricket fans from England got his own summer to compete with Botham & Ashes in 1981, his own high point, his own moment in time, his own & # 39; I was there & # 39; We will always remember 2019 when the year that cricket came home.
After all the striving, after all those years of pain and disappointment and anti-climax, after all decades of trying to win the World Cup, it was Stokes, more than anyone else, that English cricket across the border to carried the pantheon, where he and his teammates will join the Boys of 66 and Martin Johnson & # 39; s rugby heroes of 2003.
Stokes & book that recalls what happened is called On Fire. In a year of great achievements for British athletes and women, his twin triumphs burned the brightest.
& # 39; I have a lot to thank him & # 39 ;: Jose Mourinho will always be the Special One for Manchester United coach Michael Carrick the Tottenham boss preparing for Old Trafford Return
Jose Mourinho receives a warm welcome from at least one person at Old Trafford next week – with Michael Carrick grateful the Special One gave him the chance for a new career.
Mourinho is likely to face a mixed reception when he leads Spurs against the club who fired him 11 months ago
Carrick coached the club during the toxic last few months of Mourinho, but says that he will always appreciate the opportunity to learn from one of Europe's top managers after retiring in the summer of 2018.
Carrick, 38, is still with United as part of the back room team v an Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
& I owe him a lot (Mourinho) for. He knows that, & # 39; says Carrick … & # 39; He gave me a chance with coaching, the next chapter if you want. I will always be grateful for that. It wasn't something he had to do, it was his choice.
& # 39; For what he achieved, I could not learn from him in any way. It was also my first time coaching so it was all new to me. To have him there and to guide me as he did then, of course I am all the better for it. & # 39;
Carrick won five Premier League titles and the Champions League as a United player and says he always felt sure to give Mourinho his point of view, as he now does with Solskjaer. That is your role. It makes no sense to walk away & # 39 ;, he says.
It will be a big game on Wednesday. I'm really looking forward to it. It was a strange game between us last season. We have played good things, but they have real talent (Spurs won 3-0). & # 39;
Attention will go to how Mourinho plays the PR game that goes back to Old Trafford. He won two trophies in his two-year period at the club, but was fired with the team, far away from challenging Liverpool and Manchester City and jammed by a row with star player Paul Pogba.
& # 39; I can & # 39; Don't speak for Jose. I can only thank him for what he did for me & # 39 ;, says Carrick. It is rather hypothetical. Ole is a great manager. He is all about his belief in the club and everything beyond, it has no effect on Ole or where our focus is.
& # 39; I am not going to compare him to another manager or what he will do if something is said or not said, that is not necessary. & # 39;
Netflix has revolutionized the way we watch television. Spotify has made it easier and cheaper to listen to our favorite music wherever and whenever we want. Now the landscape of how we look at Premier League football might just change.
It was during a meeting of club shareholders last year that Manchester United executive vice president Ed Woodward stated that streaming live sports was the & future of content consumption & # 39; used to be. He is not the only one who thinks so.
Amazon Prime is taking these baby steps into the new world when it exclusively broadcasts all 10 Premier League midweek games on its platform. The technical giants have paid an estimated £ 90 million to show 20 games per season for the next three years.
The counter counters of the Premier League hope that this day will come for a while. The competition may be richer than ever, fueled by a global TV deal worth more than £ 9 billion, but for the first time since 2004, domestic rights have not increased when the new deal was arranged last year. Sky and BT together paid £ 700 million less than before.
It's no surprise that the Premier League turned to the TV has got used to it and their world failed to appoint a new president. Susanna Dinnage was originally named Richard Scudamore & # 39; s successor, but chose to stay with Discovery, BBC director Tim Davie rejected it before David Pemsel, formerly of the Guardian, resigned before he started his job after revelations about his private life.
If it ever succeeds in finding someone who is able to get the job done, the negotiations are for the next deal that will start early next year, even if it is only a year in the current, high on the priority list. There is a feeling among industry experts that the value of domestic rights could continue to fall, as fans find different – and crucially – cheaper – ways to consume football. A report from the financial company eToro showed this month that the price of competition tickets for the & # 39; dedicated fan & # 39; going to all 19 home games and at least five away games has only risen by one percent since 2014-15. The price of a TV subscription has risen by 40 percent
& Premier League is crack cocaine for broadcasts, but broadcasters need to be careful, "said Kieran Maguire, football finance teacher at the University of Liverpool. "If they abuse fan loyalty with their prizes, people will just walk away."
To view Sky Sports on Sky it costs around £ 40 a month if you include the standard monthly costs. On Virgin, it's closer to £ 70. The Sky Sports package on Now TV costs £ 34 a month, or £ 199 for a 10-month season ticket if you pack the offer before the season.