Valencia to Gandia Train Timetables 2018
Thought I would share this that came through the letter box this week, the train timetables for 2018 for trains between Valencia Nord and Gandia.
George Groves v Chris Eubank Jnr Fight : where to watch
George Groves is aiming to hold onto his world super-middleweight crown when he takes on Chris Eubank Jr.
The pair are fighting it out for the International Boxing Organization World Super Middleweight Title and WBA Super World Super Middleweight Titles.
The fight is also the semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series – with the eventual winner picking up the Muhammad Ali Trophy and the prize money.
The fight will take place on Saturday February 17. Groves vs Eubank Jr’s ring walk is expected to start at 10pm.
Manchester Arena is the venue for the fight.
Where can you watch Groves vs Eubank?
As with every event in the World Boxing Super Series, ITV will be showing the fight live. However it will only be watchable on pay-per-view. ITV are charging £16.95 to watch the fight via the ITV Box Office service, which is available on Sky digiboxes.
If you order the fight through the ITV Box Office, you will also be able to use the TV Player app which is compatible with PCs, laptops, mobiles, tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and games consoles.
And it will probably be available on most IPTV services, and streaming websites, and apps like Mobdro
FA Cup 5th Round TV Matches
Matches on BBC, BT SPort, BeIN Sport and two free on Teledeporte on Spanish TV
Friday 16th Feb
Chelsea v Hull
BT Sport, BeIN Sport, Teledeporte (Spanish TV)
Saturday 17th Feb
Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea – 1230
BeIN Sport, BT SPort,
West Brom v Sothampton – 1500
Brighton v COventry – 1500
BeIN Sport, eir SPort,
Huddersfield v Man U – 1730
Bein SPort, BT Sport
Sunday 18th Feb
Rochdale v Tottenham – 1600
BBC One, BeIN Sport,
Monday 19th Feb
Wigan v Man City – 1955
BBC One, BeiIN Sport, Teledeporte (Spanish TV)
Premier League UK TV Rights announcement expected soon…
The Premier League is expected to announce soon which TV companies have won which UK TV rights packages for the three seasons from 2019/20.
Sky and BT are expected to continue the “duopoly” for UK TV rights, but there has been speculation of at least one other bidder, maybe from an interent based company like Amazon may bid for one or two of the packages, especially the all matches of a round” pacakges. Amazon recently won the UK TV rights to the ATP Tennis Tour.
Some have speculated that the delay in announcing the deals is down to either the bids not reaching the minimum prices the Premier League want, or some of the packages are indeed having a bidding war. Some have even speculated that Sky and BT may submit similar bids to last time, with only a slight increase in cost.
What UK TV Packages can broadcasters bid for? (all times GMT/BST)
Package A: 32 matches on Saturdays at 12:30 – BT Sports
Package B: 32 matches on Saturdays at 17:30 – Sky
Package C: 24 matches on Sundays at 14:00 and eight matches on Saturdays at 19:45 – Sky
Package D: 32 matches on Sundays at 16:30 – Sky
Package E: 24 matches on Mondays at 20:00 or Fridays at 19:30/20:00 and eight matches on Sundays at 14:00 – Sky
Package F: 20 matches from one Bank Holiday and one midweek fixture programme – To be announced
Package G: 20 matches from two midweek fixture programmes – To be announced
The value realised at this stage of the process is £4.464billion, with two live packages still to be sold with interest from multiple bidders.
Freesat Programme Guide problems
It is being reported that some users with “first generation” Freesat recorders have been experiencing issues with the Programme Guide and recording of programmes.
Problems started during the afternoon of Saturday 10th February, where the Programme Guide simply stopped working and not displaying the correct programme information.
This has also cause many programmes that were scheduled to be recorded to have failed.
It appears that not all Freesat recorders have been affected by the issue.
It seems to be a problem at first generation Humax boxes.
These boxes are “non freetime” boxes, and include the original Freesat recording box, the Humax Foxsat box.
It appears that you will simply have to wait and hope the Freesat and / or Humax can sort the problem out soon.
It appears that later second generation Freetime boxes from Humax and Manhattan Freesat recording boxes are not affected by this issue.