Live TV Games Announced: Arsenal v Spurs & Liverpool v Man Utd Among Those Selected
The Premier League have confirmed a number of fixtures have been rescheduled after Sky Sports and BT Sport announced their selections for live TV games
The Premier League have confirmed a number of fixtures have been rescheduled after Sky Sports and BT Sport announced their selections for live TV games in October and November.
Liverpool kick off October with a trip to Wales to take on Swansea and that game will be shown at Sky Sports at 12.30pm on Saturday before Manchester United entertain Stoke at Old Trafford the following day.
Tottenham also host Manchester City at White Hart Lane on Sunday 2nd at 2.15pm before north London rivals Arsenal take on Burnley at Turf Moor, with that match kicking off at 4.30pm.
Chelsea play host to champions Leicester City on Sunday 16th before Liverpool welcome Manchester United to Anfield for Monday night football on Sky Sports, kicking off at 8pm.
The following week sees Jose Mourinho return to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea with that match unsurprisingly chosen by Sky Sports to be the headline match on Sunday October 23rd at 4pm.
Arsenal and Liverpool will be back on our screens in late October with trips to Sunderland and Crystal Palace respectively, while Chelsea will entertain Everton at the Bridge on the first weekend in November.
The following weeks sees Arsenal take on Tottenham at the Emirates with that game being shown live on BT Sport at 12pm on Saturday 6th before Liverpool welcome Watford to Anfield later that day.
The Gunners clash at Manchester United will also be shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday 19th before Tottenham entertain West Ham at the Lane later that day.
Chelsea’s home clash with Tottenham is the final ‘big game’ of November, with that clash now being broadcast live on BT Sport on the 26th, kicking off at 5.30pm.
Here is a full run-through of all the games that have been chosen for live TV:
Saturday 1 October
12.30pm Swansea City v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Sunday 2 October
12pm Manchester United v Stoke City (BT Sport)
2.15pm Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Burnley v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Saturday 15 October
12.30pm Middlesbrough v Watford (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Crystal Palace v West Ham United (BT Sport)
Sunday 16 October
1.30pm Chelsea v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
4pm BST Southampton v Burnley (Sky Sports)
Monday 17 October
8pm Liverpool v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Saturday 22 October
12.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion (BT Sport)
Sunday 23 October
1.30pm Manchester City v Southampton (Sky Sports)
4pm Chelsea v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Saturday 29 October
12.30pm Sunderland v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Crystal Palace v Liverpool (BT Sport)
Sunday 30 October
1.30pm Everton v West Ham United (Sky Sports)
4pm Southampton v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Monday 31 October
8pm Stoke City v Swansea City (Sky Sports)
Saturday 5 November
5.30pm Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)
Sunday 6 November
12pm Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (BT Sport)
2.15pm Liverpool v Watford (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)
Saturday 19 November
12.30pm Manchester United v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (BT Sport)
Sunday 20 November
4pm Middlesbrough v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Monday 21 November
8pm West Bromwich Albion v Burnley (Sky Sports)
Saturday 26 November
12.30pm Burnley v Manchester City (BT Sport)
5.30pm Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (BT Sport)
Sunday 27 November
12pm Watford v Stoke City (Sky Sports)
2.15pm Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Southampton v Everton (Sky Sports)
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