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Sky Sports will lead the coverage once again with 116 live games.
Sky Sports will lead the coverage once again with 116 live games.
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Here's your essential Premier League TV guide for the new season

It’s so close now.
Aug 4th 2015, 1:20 PM 7,775 8

THE WAIT IS almost over as the start of the Premier League season looms.

After a summer break of just 76 days, the 2015/16 campaign begins two weeks earlier this year to allow players additional time to prepare for next summer’s European Championships.

The 8 August kick-off is not the earliest start to a top-flight season, however, with the 1999/20 campaign beginning a day earlier.

Regardless, we’re not complaining as it means football returns to our screens from this weekend onwards and once again there is more live fixtures than we can even dream of.

As we’re all aware, Sky Sports and BT Sport paid enormous amounts of money for the latest cycle of Premier League TV rights and if you want to consume an inordinate amount of football over the next nine months, they’re the places to go.

Sky has 116 games throughout the course of the season including a Friday night fixture featuring Aston Villa and Man United.

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So, with that in mind we’ve compiled a handy package with each and every live fixture in the first two months of the season.


  • Saturday 8: Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur, 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 8: Bournemouth v Aston Villa, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Saturday 8: Chelsea v Swansea City , 5.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 9: Arsenal v West Ham United, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 9: Stoke City v Liverpool, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Monday 10: West Brom v Manchester City, 8pm – Sky Sports
  • Friday 14: Aston Villa v Manchester United, 7.45pm – Sky Sports
  • Saturday 15: Southampton v Everton 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 15: Swansea City v Newcastle United, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Sunday 16: Crystal Palace v Arsenal, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 16: Manchester City v Chelsea, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Monday 17: Liverpool v Bournemouth, 8pm – Sky Sports

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  • Saturday 22: Manchester United v Newcastle United, 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 22: Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Sunday 23: West Brom v Chelsea, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 23: Everton v Manchester City, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Monday 24: Arsenal v Liverpool, 8pm – Sky Sports
  • Saturday 29: Newcastle United v Arsenal, 12.45pm -BT Sport
  • Saturday 29: Liverpool v West Ham United, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Saturday 29: Tottenham Hotspur v Everton, 5.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 30: Southampton v Norwich City, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 30: Swansea v Manchester United, 4pm – Sky Sports


  •  Saturday 12: Everton v Chelsea, 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 12: Arsenal v Stoke, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Saturday 12: Manchester United v Liverpool, 5.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 13: Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 13: Leicester City v Aston Villa, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Monday 14: West Ham United v Newcastle United, 8pm – Sky Sports

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  • Saturday 19: Chelsea v Arsenal, 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 19: Aston Villa v West Brom, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Saturday 19: Manchester City v West Ham United, 5.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 20: Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 20: Southampton v Manchester United, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Saturday 26: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City, 12.45pm – BT Sport
  • Saturday 26: Manchester United v Sunderland, 3pm – Setanta Sports
  • Saturday 26: Newcastle United v Chelsea, 5.30pm – Sky Sports
  • Sunday 27: Watford v Crystal Palace, 4pm – Sky Sports
  • Monday 28: West Brom v Everton, 8pm – Sky Sports

What games are you looking forward to and, more importantly, where will you be watching? 

If you’re living abroad, let us know what games and services are available to you and how you’ll be tuning in. 

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