LICENSEES with the right equipment will be able to enjoy an autumnal sporting boost in their venues as the football season shifts into top gear over September and October.
And there’s few places where the action is more gripping than in the English Premier League.
This season the two clubs have picked up where they left off with thumping victories, showing they are still the teams to beat.
However, there could be challenges from the other giant clubs in the division which have been revitalised by summer breaks and new arrivals.
European champions Liverpool have a tricky couple of televised games next month following a big tie against Chelsea (September 22).
Manchester United look set to surprise the season after thrashing Frank Lampard’s Chelsea 4-0 in their opening game and will be aiming to set an example against other London sides West Ham (September 22) and Arsenal (September 30).
All of the games are televised live on Sky Sports Premier League.