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Sky digital TV channel gets exclusive rights to Liverpool match

Wednesday, July 28th 2010 by Cable.co.uk

Liverpool will take on FK Rabotnicki in the Europa League tomorrow in a match which will be exclusively screened by Primetime.

A Sky digital TV pay-per-view channel has won the exclusive rights to broadcast Liverpool's Europa League fixture with FK Rabotnicki.

The first leg of the third round qualifier kicks off at 19:45 BST tomorrow (July 29th 2010) and Primetime - which can be found on channel 480 - is the only station in the UK to be screening it live.

Football fans who are eager to watch the contest, which takes place at FK Rabotnicki's Philip II Arena stadium in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, can see it via Sky's digital TV network or online for a one-off fee of £4.99.

It will be the first time that Primetime has broadcast a football match, with the channel typically screening mixed martial arts fights and boxing.

Liverpool's opponents reached the third round after a 1-0 aggregate victory over FC Mika of Armenia.

FK Rabotnicki won 1-0 at home, before holding on for a goalless draw in the return leg at the Mika Sport Complex.

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