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Here are the Premier League matches you can watch on TV in August and September

The defending champions will be the first out of the blocks.

Mourinho and Guardiola will go head to head live on 10 September.
Mourinho and Guardiola will go head to head live on 10 September.
Image: Andres Kudacki/AP/Press Association Images

LEICESTER CITY WILL begin the defence of their Premier League trophy in next season’s first televised game when they take on newly-promoted Hull City in early kick-off on Saturday 13 August.

The first so-called ‘Super Sunday’ takes place the following day with Bournmouth v Manchester United and Arsenal v Liverpool back-to-back on Sky Sports.

New United Boss Jose Mourinho will also be on the touchline for the first Friday night fixture of the season when his side host Southampton.

Full details of all the televised games below:

Saturday 13 August
12.30pm Hull City v Leicester City (Live on Sky Sports)
3pm Everton v Tottenham (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)
3pm Burnley v Liverpool (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)
3pm Watford v Arsenal (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)
3pm Stoke v Tottenham Hotspur (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
3pm Hull City v Arsenal (Live on Sky Sports)
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)
3pm Swansea v Manchester 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)

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