Sky Sports Announces Prem League Fixtures 09/10

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Sky Sports has today announced the first set of Premier League football Fixtures to be shown Live on Sky Sports.

Sky will show a total of 92 Premier League matches over the course of next season (2009/2010). Here’s the first 31:

AUGUST

Saturday 15 Chelsea v Hull City – 12.45pm
Sunday 16 Manchester United v Birmingham City – 1.30pm
Sunday 16 Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool – 4.00pm
Sunday 23 Fulham v Chelsea – 4.00pm
Saturday 29 Manchester United v Arsenal – 5.15pm
Sunday 30 Portsmouth v Manchester City – 1.30pm
Sunday 30 Aston Villa v Fulham 4.00pm

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 13 Birmingham City v Aston Villa – 12.00pm
Sunday 13 Fulham v Everton – 4.15pm
Saturday 19 Burnley v Sunderland -12.45pm
Sunday 20 Manchester United v Manchester City – 1.30pm
Sunday 20 Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur – 4.00pm
Saturday 26 Portsmouth v Everton – 12.45pm
Sunday 27 Sunderland v Wolves – 4.00pm

OCTOBER

Sunday 4 Arsenal v Blackburn Rovers – 1.30pm
Sunday 4 Chelsea v Liverpool – 4.00pm
Saturday 17 Aston Villa v Chelsea – 12.45pm
Sunday 18 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley – 1.00pm
Sunday 18 Wigan Athletic v Manchester City – 4.00pm
Saturday 24 Wolves v Aston Villa – 12.45pm
Sunday 25 Liverpool v Manchester United – 2.00pm
Sunday 25 West Ham United v Arsenal – 4.15pm
Saturday 31 Arsenal v Totteham Hotspur – 12.45pm

NOVEMBER

Sunday 1 Birmingham City v Manchester City – 4.00pm
Sunday 8 Hull City v Stoke City – 1.30pm
Sunday 8 Chelsea v Manchester United – 4.00pm
Saturday 21 Liverpool v Manchester City – 12.45pm
Sunday 22 Bolton Wanderers v Blackburn Rovers – 1.30pm
Sunday 22 Stoke City v Portsmouth – 4.00pm
Sunday 29 Everton v Liverpool – 1.30pm
Sunday 29 Arsenal v Chelsea – 4.00pm

Updated on Thursday 9 July 2009 by @TVNewsroom

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