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Sky posts 3D TV pub finder

Where will you be watching the big game?

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Sky's 3D TV service goes live on Saturday 3 April, broadcasting live the Premier League game between Man U and Chelsea. But in which pubs can you watch the match?

Sky today put its promised pub search site on line, allowing footie fans to key in their post codes and get a list of - hopefully - nearby pubs they can visit this weekend to view the action.

The broadcast begins at midday.

More than a thousand pubs have signed up for the channel, Sky said. It hopes more will follow in the coming months.

During that time, Sky will show no fewer than five live Barclays Premier League games before the season's end on 9 May. It will also show the Coca-Cola Football League play-off finals at the end of May. ®

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