Premier League live on Sky Sports: Six games on opening weekend
146 Premier League games will be shown live on Sky Sports during the 2020/21 season, with an additional six games now included
Last Updated: 15/09/20 1:14pm
Sky Sports has kicked off its 2020/21 Premier League coverage with six live games across the opening weekend.
- Premier League club-by-club 2020/21 fixtures
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- 146 Premier League games to be shown live on Sky Sports
The first selection of live Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports in September also includes Manchester United's opener against Crystal Palace on September 19 and Liverpool's trip to Chelsea the following day.
Arsenal's home fixture with West Ham has been moved to Saturday September 19 at 8pm from its original 2pm kick-off time the following day, with the game still to be screened on Sky Sports. That slot is now being taken up by Brighton's visit to St James' Park to face Newcastle.
Aston Villa will also host Sheffield United live on Sky Sports on Monday September 21 at 6pm, preceding Manchester City's trip to Wolves at 8.15pm.
Two more games confirmed live on Sky Sports
Sky Sports will also be showing two additional fixtures in the third round of Premier League games with Burnley vs Southampton moved to an 8pm kick-off on Saturday September 26.
Newcastle's trip to Tottenham is live on Sky Sports the following day at 2pm, while Fulham vs Aston Villa at Craven Cottage is at 6pm on Monday. Arsenal's visit to Anfield to face Liverpool takes place at the revised time of 8.15pm later that evening.
Confirmed Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports
Sat 19 Sep: Man Utd vs Crystal Palace - 5.30pm
Sat 19 Sep: Arsenal vs West Ham - 8pm
Sun 20 Sep: Newcastle vs Brighton - 2pm
Sun 20 Sep: Chelsea vs Liverpool - 4.30pm
Mon 21 Sep: Aston Villa vs Sheff Utd - 6pm
Mon 21 Sep: Wolves vs Man City - 8.15pm
Sat 26 Sep: West Brom vs Chelsea - 5.30pm
Sat 26 Sep: Burnley vs Southampton - 8pm
Sun 27 Sep: Tottenham vs Newcastle - 2pm
Sun 27 Sep: Man City vs Leicester City - 4.30pm
Mon 28 Sep: Fulham vs Aston Villa - 6pm
Mon 28 Sep: Liverpool vs Arsenal - 8.15pm
The football continues and a new calendar is taking shape. From domestic and continental competitions to the new European Championship schedule, here's what's in store each month:
2019/20 Super Cup, 2020/21 Premier League starts, 2020/21 Sky Bet EFL starts, 2020/21 Carabao Cup R1-4, 2020/21 EFL Trophy starts, FA Cup preliminary rounds, 2020/21 Champions League qualifying/play-offs, 2020/21 Europa League qualifying, Nations League group stage, 2020/21 Women's Champions League qualifying
2020/21 Champions League group stage, 2020/21 Europa League play-offs/group stage, 2020/21 Women's Champions League qualifying, EFL trophy matchday 2, FA Cup qualifying, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage
Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, FA Cup first/second rounds, EFL Trophy matchday 3, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage, Women's Champions League Round of 32
Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, Carabao Cup R5, EFL Trophy Round of 32
Carabao Cup semi-finals, FA Cup third/fourth rounds, EFL Trophy Round of 16
Champions League Round of 16, Europa League Round of 32, Carabao Cup final, FA Cup fifth round, EFL Trophy quarter-/semi-finals
FA Cup quarter-finals, Europa League Round of 16, EFL Trophy final, Women's Champions League quarter-finals, Women's Champions League Round of 16
FA Cup semi-finals, Champions League quarter-/semi-finals, Europa League quarter-/semi-finals, Women's Champions League quarter-/semi-finals
Premier League & EFL seasons finish, EFL play-offs, FA Cup final, Champions League final, Europa League final, Women's Champions League semi-finals/final
Euro 2020 starts