The controversial pay-per-view plan may not last much longer, with a review coming up on the scheme and changes could be brought in after the international break in November.
The biggest complaint from fans has been the price, with matches on Sky or BT Box Office costing £14.95 – a huge amount on top of Sky and BT Sport subscriptions.
Before any changes come in, though, there are more pay-per-view matches over the next two weeks, with the following five announced by the Premier League on Thursday.
Friday 6 November
17:30 Brighton v Burnley (Sky Sports Box Office)
Sunday 8 November
12:00 West Brom v Spurs (Sky Sports Box Office)
19:15 Arsenal v Aston Villa (Sky Sports Box Office)
Friday 30 October
20:00 Wolves v Crystal Palace (BT Sport Box Office)
Saturday 31 October
15:00 Burnley vs Chelsea (BT Sport Box Office)
Sunday 1 November
12:00 Aston Villa vs Southampton (Sky Sports Box Office)
19.15 Tottenham vs Brighton (Sky Sports Box Office)
Monday 2 November
17.30 Fulham vs West Brom (Sky Sports Box Office)