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United, Chelsea and City all get the live treatment on opening weekend

Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City will all see their opening Premier League fixtures broadcast by Sky Sports.

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SKY SPORTS HAVE announced the first details of their Premier League coverage next season, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City all featuring on the opening weekend.

Sky’s first televised match of the season sees Chelsea travel to face Stoke on Sunday, August 14th, before Manchester United launch the defence of their title against West Brom later that afternoon.

The first Monday Night Football match of the season sees Manchester City take on newly promoted Swansea City.

Sky Sports have announced 39 live games up until the end of November, with every top flight team featuring at least once. The broadcaster will show 115 live Premier League matches throughout the season.

For full details of Sky’s early season games, click on the Football 365 website >

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