Chelsea v Arsenal, Man Utd v Tottenham Among Games Rescheduled For Live TV
Games involving Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham are among those to be chosen for live broadcast by Sky Sports and BT Sport.
Domestic football returns next month and the Premier League have confirmed today the first batch of games selected for live broadcast in August and September.
Manchester United will kick-off the new 2018/19 season when they host Leicester at Old Trafford in front of the Sky Sports camera’s on Friday August 10th, kicking off at 8pm.
Tottenham and Liverpool’s games against Newcastle and West Ham have also been chosen by Sky Sports for live broadcast but the opening weekend’s marquee fixture sees Arsenal host newly-crowned champions Manchester City at the Emirates at 4pm on Sunday 12th August.
The Gunners will be on live TV the following weekend when they travel to London rivals Chelsea and the clash at Stamford Bridge will be shown on BT Sport at 5.30pm on Saturday 18th.
Man Utd’s trip to Brighton and Man City’s clash with Huddersfield will also be on Sky Sports the following afternoon while Liverpool’s trip to Crystal Palace will take place on the Monday night.
Tottenham’s huge clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford will be live on Sky Sports the following Monday night while Liverpool vs Brighton is among the games to be selected that weekend.
The Merseysiders will be in front of the Sky Sports camera’s once again on September 1st when they take on Leicester at the King Power in the 12.30pm slot while Arsenal v Cardiff and Watford v Spurs make up a ‘Super Sunday’ the following day.
Tottenham then host Liverpool on September 15th for what will be their first game at their new stadium before United’s trip to Watford will be on BT Sport in the 5.30pm kick off.
West Ham take on Chelsea at the London Stadium before Arsenal entertain Everton at the Emirates on Sunday 23rd September with both games live on Sky Sports.
The final weekend in September see’s Chelsea entertain Liverpool at Stamford Bridge and that match will be played in front of the BT Sport camera’s on Saturday evening.
Here is a full run-down of the games selected for live TV:
Friday, 10 August
20:00 Man Utd v Leicester (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 11 August
12:30 Newcastle v Spurs (Sky Sports)
17:30 Wolves v Everton (BT Sport)
Sunday, 12 August
13:30 Liverpool v West Ham (Sky Sports)
16:00 Arsenal v Man City (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 18 August
12:30 Cardiff v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
17:30 Chelsea v Arsenal (BT Sport)
Sunday, 19 August
13:30 Man City v Huddersfield (Sky Sports)
16:00 Brighton v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
Monday, 20 August
20:00 Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 25 August
12:30 Wolves v Man City (Sky Sports)
17:30 Liverpool v Brighton (BT Sport)
Sunday, 26 August
13:30 Watford v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
16:00 Newcastle v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Monday, 27 August
20:00 Man Utd v Spurs (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 1 September
12:30 Leicester v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
17:30 Man City v Newcastle (BT Sport)
Sunday, 2 September
13:30 Cardiff v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
16:00 Watford v Spurs (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 15 September
12:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
17:30 Watford v Man Utd (BT Sport)
Sunday, 16 September
13:30 Wolves v Burnley (Sky Sports)
16:00 Everton v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Monday, 17 September
20:00 Southampton v Brighton (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 22 September
12:30 Fulham v Watford (Sky Sports)
17:30 Brighton v Spurs (BT Sport)
Sunday, 23 September
13:30 West Ham v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
16:00 Arsenal v Everton (Sky Sports)
Saturday, 29 September
12:30 West Ham v Man Utd (BT Sport)
17:30 Chelsea v Liverpool (BT Sport)
Sunday, 30 September
16:00 Cardiff v Burnley (Sky Sports)
Monday, 1 October
20:00 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
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