ESPN today announced their opening Premier League games to be shown live next season.
ESPN will be the first to televise a Premier League game of the new season with Newcastle v Arsenal on Saturday 13th August at 17:30.
|Sat 3rd Oct||Chelsea v Crystal Palace||BT Sport 1||12.30pm|
|Sat 3rd Oct||Everton v Brighton||BT Sport 1||3.00pm|
|Sat 3rd Oct||Leeds Utd vs Man City||Sky Sports||5.30pm|
|Sat 3rd Oct||Newcastle vs Burnley||Sky Sports||8.00pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Leicester v West Ham||BT Sport||12.00pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Southampton v West Brom||BT Sport||12.00pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Arsenal vs Sheffield United||Sky Sports||2.00pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Wolves vs Fulham||Sky Sports||2.00pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Man Utd vs Tottenham||Sky Sports||4.30pm|
|Sun 4th Oct||Aston Villa vs Liverpool||Sky Sports||7.15pm|
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