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Sky Sports announces Premier League fixtures for August and September

Major head-to-heads featuring top six sides coming up

Sky Sports has announced its latest set of Premier League fixtures, including a number of head-to-heads featuring the top six.

Highlights include Manchester City vs Spurs on Saturday 17th August, Liverpool vs Arsenal on Saturday 24th August, a North London derby on Sunday 1st September at the Emirates and Chelsea vs Liverpool on 22nd September.

The start of season marks the start of a new deal which sees Sky Sports showing 128 exclusively live games, including Saturday 5.30pm tea time matches, the brand-new Saturday 7.45pm kick off, Super Sunday double header, Monday Night Football and Friday Night Football.

David Rey, Managing Director of Sky Business, said: “The long-awaited return of the Premier League will not disappoint with a number of standout games throughout August and September that your customers won’t want to miss. Last season’s top six will all feature, with some huge clashes including holders Manchester City against Spurs and Champions League winners, Liverpool against Arsenal.

"It will be also be fascinating to see Frank Lampard’s return to Stamford Bridge but this time as a manager. Wolves, Villa and Sheffield United all make a return to the top flight and will be in action in front of the Sky Sports cameras. What a line-up!”

Sky Sports Premier League Fixtures

Saturday 17th August Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 18th August Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace 2pm kick off

Sunday 18th August Chelsea vs Leicester 4.30pm kick off

Monday 19th August Wolves vs Manchester United 8pm ki ck off

Friday 23rd August Aston Villa vs Everton 8pm kick off

Saturday 24th August Liverpool vs Arsenal 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 25th August Bournemouth vs Manchester City 2pm kick off

Sunday 25th August Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle 4.30pm kick off

Saturday 31st August Burnley vs Liverpool 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 1st September Everton vs Wolves 2pm kick off

Sunday 1st September Arsenal vs Tottenham 4.30pm kick off

Saturday 14th September Norwich vs Manchester City 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 15th September Bournemouth vs Everton 2pm kick off

Sunday 15th September Watford vs Arsenal 4.30pm kick off

Monday 16th September Aston Villa vs West Ham 8pm kick off

Friday 20th September Southampton vs Bournemouth 8pm kick off

Saturday 21st September Newcastle vs Brighton 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 22nd September West Ham Utd vs Manchester Utd 2pm kick off

Sunday 22nd September Chelsea vs Liverpool 4.30pm kick off

Saturday 28th September Leicester vs Newcastle 5.30pm kick off

Sunday 29th September Everton vs Manchester City 4.30pm kick off

Monday 30th September Manchester United vs Arsenal 8pm kick off

 

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