Sky is set to sign a deal with Setanta which would allow it to begin pub screenings of Premiership football matches won by the Irish broadcaster in last week's auction. Sky has 40,000 pub and club subscribers in Britain, who pay around £200m a year in subscriptions. They will pay Sky to watch the games, with a big chunk of the revenue being passed on to Setanta. No figures have yet been disclosed. Sky will axe its Premiership Plus pay-to-view service, with the loss of £30m revenue, from 2007. The Sunday Telegraph 07/05/06 (Business) pages 1 & 3