A contract extension between the SPFL and the broadcaster until 2029 has been announced that will see up to 60 SPFL matches - an increase on the current amount - shown live each season from 2024/25, with scope to screen more fixtures over the term of the deal. The agreement will also incorporate Scottish Women's Premier League matches for the first time, with a minimum of five SWPL or League Cup matches to be shown live each season from the current one onwards. Sky Sports will become an official partner of the SWPL and the title sponsor of the SWPL League Cup for the next seven seasons.
The 37 current professional and semi-professional clubs will have an opportunity to put the plans to the vote before they are presented to the media.
Both suffered injuries during the Netherlands 2-0 victory in Poland and then did not play in the 1-0 win against Belgium in the UEFA Nations League. The two players have now returned to Barcelona, having been released from the Dutch squad following medical tests confirming their injury woes. The 28-year-old Depay is suffering from a thigh injury, while De Jong has a strain in the semitendinosus of his left thigh.