Premier League 2017/18 – Live TV Fixtures – BT Sport, Sky Sports

Premier League 2017/18 – Live TV Fixtures – BT Sport, Sky Sports
Updated on Friday 11 August 2017 by @TVNewsroom

Below is a list of Premier League fixtures that will be shown live on TV during the 2017/18 season.

BT Sport and Sky Sports have the rights to show live Premier League football in the UK. BT usually air their matches on a Saturday evening, while Sky show their fixtures on a Saturday afternoon, a double-bill on Sundays and Friday or Monday nights.

Friday 11 August
7.45pm – Arsenal v Leicester – Sky Sports

Saturday 12 August
12.30pm – Watford v Liverpool – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Brighton v Man City – BT Sport

Sunday 13 August
1.30pm – Newcastle v Tottenham – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Man Utd v West Ham – Sky Sports

Saturday 19 August
12.30pm – Swansea v Man Utd – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Stoke City v Arsenal – BT Sport

Sunday 20 August
1.30pm – Huddersfield v Newcastle – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Tottenham v Chelsea – Sky Sports

Monday 21 August
8.00pm – Man City v Everton – Sky Sports

Saturday 26 August
12.30pm – Bournemouth v Man City – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Man Utd v Leicester – BT Sport

Sunday 27 August
1.30pm – West Brom v Stoke – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Liverpool v Arsenal – Sky Sports

Saturday 9 September
12.30pm – Man City v Liverpool – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Stoke City v Man Utd – BT Sport

Sunday 10 September
1.30pm – Burnley v C Palace – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Swansea v Newcastle – Sky Sports

Monday 11 September
8.00pm – West Ham v Huddersfield – Sky Sports

Friday 15 September
8.00pm – Bournemouth v Brighton – Sky Sports

Saturday 16 September
12.30pm – C Palace v Southampton – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Tottenham v Swansea – BT Sport

Sunday 17 September
1.30pm – Chelsea v Arsenal – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Man Utd v Everton – Sky Sports

Saturday 23 September
12.30pm – West Ham v Tottenham – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Leicester v Liverpool – BT Sport

Sunday 24 September
4.00pm – Brighton v Newcastle – Sky Sports

Monday 25 September
8.00pm – Arsenal v West Brom – Sky Sports

Saturday 30 September
12.30pm – Huddersfield v Tottenham – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Chelsea v Man City – BT Sport

Sunday 1 October
12.00pm – Arsenal v Brighton – BT Sport
2.15pm – Everton v Burnley – Sky Sports
4.30pm – Newcastle v Liverpool – Sky Sports

Saturday 14 October
12.30pm – Liverpool v Man Utd – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Watford v Arsenal – BT Sport

Sunday 15 October
1.30pm – Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Southampton v Newcastle United – Sky Sports

Monday 16 October
8.00pm – Leicester City v West Brom – Sky Sports

Friday 20 October
8.00pm – West Ham v Brighton & Hove Albion – Sky Sports

Saturday 21 October
5.30pm – Southampton v West Brom – BT Sport

Sunday 22 October
1.30pm – Everton v Arsenal – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Spurs v Liverpool – Sky Sports

Monday 23 October
8.00pm – Chelsea v Watford – Sky Sports

Saturday 28 October
12.30pm – Man Utd v Spurs – Sky Sports
5.30pm – AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea – BT Sport

Sunday 29 October
1.30pm – Brighton & Hove Albion v Southampton – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Leicester City v Everton – Sky Sports

Monday 30 October
8.00pm – Burnley v Newcastle United – Sky Sports

Saturday 4 November
12.30pm – Stoke City v Leicester City – Sky Sports
5.30pm – West Ham v Liverpool – BT Sport

Sunday 5 November
12.00pm – Spurs v Crystal Palace – BT Sport
2.15pm – Man City v Arsenal – Sky Sports
4.30pm – Chelsea v Man Utd – Sky Sports

Saturday 18 November
5.30pm – Man Utd v Newcastle United – BT Sport

Sunday 19 November
1.30pm – Spurs v Arsenal – Sky Sports
4.00pm – Watford v West Ham – Sky Sports

Monday 20 November
8.00pm – Brighton & Hove Albion v Stoke City – Sky Sports

Friday 24 November
8.00pm – West Ham v Leicester City – Sky Sports

Saturday 25 November
12.30pm – Southampton v Everton – Sky Sports
5.30pm – Liverpool v Chelsea – BT Sport

Sunday 26 November
4.00pm – Huddersfield v Man City – Sky Sports

Tuesday 28 November
8.00pm – Watford v Man Utd – BT Sport

Wednesday 29 November
8.00pm – Everton v West Ham – BT Sport

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