Sky Sports Prem League Fixtures 2010/11

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Sky Sports has announced its first 44 live games of Premier League football for the 2010/11 season.

With the return of ‘Monday Night football’ Sky will show 115 live Premier League fixtures this season with every match available in HD.

August
Saturday 14 – Tottenham v Man City – 12.45pm
Sunday 15 – Liverpool v Arsenal – 4pm
Monday 16 – Man Utd v Newcastle – 8pm
Saturday 21 – Wigan v Chelsea – 5.15pm
Sunday 22 – Fulham v Man Utd – 4pm
Monday 23 – Man City v Liverpool – 8pm
Saturday 28 – Blackburn v Arsenal – 12.45pm
Sunday 29 – Bolton v Birmingham – 1.30pm
Sunday 29 – Aston Villa v Everton – 4pm

September
Sunday 12 – Everton v Man Utd – 1.30pm
Sunday 12 – Birmingham v Liverpool – 4pm
Monday 13 – Stoke City v Aston Villa – 8pm
Saturday 18 – Stoke City v West Ham – 12.45pm
Sunday 19 – Man Utd v Liverpool – 1.30pm
Sunday 19 – Chelsea v Blackpool – 4pm
Saturday 25 – Man City v Chelsea – 12.45pm
Sunday 26 – Wolves v Aston Villa – 2pm
Sunday 26 – Newcastle v Stoke City – 4.10pm

October
Sunday 3 – Chelsea v Arsenal – 4pm
Monday 4 – Wigan v Wolves – 8pm
Sunday 17 – Everton v Liverpool -1.30pm
Sunday 17 – Blackpool v Man City – 4pm
Monday 18 – Blackburn v Sunderland – 8pm
Saturday 23 – Tottenham v Everton – 12.45pm
Saturday 23 – West Ham v Newcastle – 5.30pm
Sunday 24 – Stoke City v Man Utd -1.30pm
Sunday 24 – Man City v Arsenal – 4pm
Sunday 31 – Bolton v Liverpool – 1.30pm
Sunday 31 – Newcastle v Sunderland – 4pm

November
Monday 1 – Blackpool v West Brom – 8pm
Saturday 6 – Bolton v Tottenham – 12.45pm
Sunday 7 – Arsenal v Newcastle – 1.30pm
Sunday 7 – Liverpool v Chelsea – 4pm
Tuesday 9 West Ham v West Brom – 8pm
Wednesday 10 – Man City v Man Utd – 8pm
Saturday 13 – Aston Villa v Man Utd – 12.45pm
Sunday 14 – Everton v Arsenal – 2pm
Sunday 14 -Chelsea v Sunderland – 4.10pm
Sunday 21 – Arsenal v Tottenham – 1.30pm
Sunday 21 – Fulham v Man City – 4pm
Monday 22 – Sunderland v Everton – 8pm
Saturday 27 – Aston Villa v Arsenal – 12.45pm
Sunday 28 – Newcastle v Chelsea – 1.30pm
Sunday 28 – Tottenham v Liverpool – 4pm

Updated: Wednesday 7 July 2010