BT Sport and Sky Sports today announced the first batch of Premier League fixtures to be shown on TV in August and September 2018.
The new season will kick off at Old Trafford on Friday, August 10 when Manchester United host Leicester City live on Sky Sports’ Friday Night Football.
Newcastle host Tottenham on Saturday afternoon, while BT’s first game of the new season sees newly promoted Wolves host Everton on Saturday evening.
The opening weekend concludes with a double-header on the Super Sunday as Liverpool host West Ham and Manchester City travel to Arsenal.
Fri 10: Man Utd v Leicester (7.45pm) Sky Sports
Sat 11: Newcastle v Tottenham (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 11: Wolves v Everton (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 12: Liverpool v West Ham (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 12: Arsenal v Man City (4pm) Sky Sports
Sat 18: Cardiff v Newcastle (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 18: Chelsea v Arsenal (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 19: Man City v Huddersfield (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 19: Brighton v Man Utd (4pm) Sky Sports
Mon 20: Crystal Palace v Liverpool (8pm) Sky Sports
Sat 25: Wolves v Man City (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 25: Liverpool v Brighton (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 26: Watford v Crystal Palace (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 26: Newcastle v Chelsea (4pm) Sky Sports
Mon 27: Man Utd v Tottenham (8pm) Sky Sports
Sat 1: Leicester v Liverpool (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 1: Manchester City v Newcastle (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 2: Cardiff v Arsenal (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 2: Watford v Tottenham (4pm) Sky Sports
Sat 15: Tottenham v Liverpool (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 15: Watford v Manchester United (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 16: Wolves v Burnley (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 16: Everton v West Ham (4pm) Sky Sports
Mon 17: Southampton v Brighton (8pm) Sky Sports
Sat 22: Fulham v Watford (12.30pm) Sky Sports
Sat 22: Brighton v Tottenham (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 23: West Ham v Chelsea (1.30pm) Sky Sports
Sun 23: Arsenal v Everton (4pm) Sky Sports
Sat 29: West Ham v Manchester United (12.30pm) BT Sport
Sat 29: Liverpool v Chelsea (5.30pm) BT Sport
Sun 30: Cardiff v Burnley (4pm) Sky Sports
Mon 1: Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (8pm) Sky Sports
More games for October will be announced in due course.
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