Jul 072016
 

Sky Sports and BT Sports have announced the August / September Premier League fixtures.

Claudio Ranieri’s Foxes begin the defence of their title away to newly promoted Hull City in the first of 126 live matches on Sky Sports this season, starting Saturday 13th August 2016.

The first ever ‘Friday Night Football’ will be in the second week of the season, as Manchester United fans welcome José Mourinho to Old Trafford for their home fixture against Southampton. The much anticipated Manchester derby involving Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will also be live on Sky Sports.

Saturday 13 August
12.30pm Hull City v Leicester City (Live on Sky Sports)
5.30pm Manchester City v Sunderland (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 14 August
1.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Manchester United (Live on Sky Sports)
4pm Arsenal v Liverpool (Live on Sky Sports)

Monday 15 August
8pm Chelsea v West Ham United (Live on Sky Sports)

Friday 19 August
8pm Manchester United v Southampton (Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 20 August
12.30pm Stoke City v Manchester City (Live on Sky Sports)
5.30pm Leicester City v Arsenal (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 21 August
1.30pm Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Live on Sky Sports)
4pm West Ham United v AFC Bournemouth (Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 27 August
12.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (Live on Sky Sports)
5.30pm Hull City v Manchester United (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 28 August
1.30pm West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough (Live on Sky Sports)
4pm Manchester City v West Ham United (Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 10 September
12.30pm Manchester United v Manchester City (Live on Sky Sports)
5.30pm Liverpool v Leicester City (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 11 September
4pm Swansea City v Chelsea (Live on Sky Sports)

Monday 12 September
8pm Sunderland v Everton (Live on Sky Sports)

Friday 16 September
8pm Chelsea v Liverpool (Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 17 September
5.30pm Everton v Middlesbrough (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 18 September
12pm Watford v Manchester United (Live on BT Sport)
2.15pm Crystal Palace v Stoke City (Live on Sky Sports)
4.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland (Live on Sky Sports)

Saturday 24 September
12.30pm Manchester United v Leicester City (Live on Sky Sports)
5.30pm Arsenal v Chelsea (Live on BT Sport)

Sunday 25 September
4pm West Ham United v Southampton (Live on Sky Sports)

Monday 26 September
8pm Burnley v Watford (Live on Sky Sports)

Republic of Ireland
Viewers in the Republic of Ireland will also be able to enjoy additional live coverage of the Premier League in a regular slot on Saturday afternoons at 3pm. Further details will be announced in due course.

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