Leeds vs Man City, Man Utd vs Tottenham, Aston Villa vs Liverpool live this weekend; Man City vs Arsenal and Man Utd vs Chelsea among newly-announced fixtures; at least 146 Premier League games will be shown live on Sky Sports in the 2020/21 season
Friday 2 October 2020 18:20, UK
Sky Sports will kick-start the return of the Premier League following the international break with a heavyweight Saturday Night Football clash between Manchester City and Arsenal.
The eye-catching fixture is one of 12 matches announced by Sky Sports for rounds five, six and seven of the new Premier League campaign, with Sky Sports exclusively broadcasting four games on each of those weekends.
The Saturday night clash between Man City and Arsenal on October 17 will be followed by a Super Sunday double-header consisting of a London derby between Tottenham and West Ham and Crystal Palace vs Brighton.
Man Utd vs Chelsea will also be shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday Night Football on October 24 ahead of Southampton vs Everton and Wolves vs Newcastle.
Two more fixtures for Monday Night Football in October have also been confirmed: Leeds vs Wolves and Burnley vs Tottenham.
The month of October will then be seen out by a Saturday night fixture between Liverpool and West Ham, before November starts with a Super Sunday double header in which Newcastle host Everton and Man Utd take on Arsenal.
Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds will take on Pep Guardiola's Manchester City on Saturday night (kick-off 5.30pm), before Newcastle host Burnley later that evening (kick-off 8pm).
Sky Sports subscribers are in for a treat the following day, with four live games on Super Sunday.
Arsenal host Sheffield United and Wolves welcome Fulham (both 2pm kick-offs), before Manchester United face Tottenham in a 4.30pm kick-off and then Liverpool travel to Aston Villa (7.15pm).
Sky Sports will show at least 146 live games in the 2020/21 season.
Sat Oct 3: Leeds Utd vs Man City - Kick-Off 5.30pm
Sat Oct 3: Newcastle vs Burnley - Kick-Off 8pm
Sun Oct 4: Arsenal vs Sheffield United - Kick-Off 2pm
Sun Oct 4: Wolves vs Fulham - Kick-Off 2pm
Sun Oct 4: Man Utd vs Tottenham - Kick-Off 4.30pm
Sun Oct 4: Aston Villa vs Liverpool - Kick-Off 7.15pm
Sat Oct 17: Man City vs Arsenal - Kick-Off 5.30pm
Sun Oct 18: Crystal Palace vs Brighton - Kick-Off 2pm
Sun Oct 18: Tottenham vs West Ham - Kick-Off 4.30pm
Mon Oct 19: Leeds vs Wolves - Kick-Off 8pm
Sat Oct 24: Man Utd vs Chelsea - Kick-Off 5.30pm
Sun Oct 25: Southampton vs Everton - Kick-Off 2pm
Sun Oct 25: Wolves vs Newcastle - Kick-Off 4.30pm
Mon Oct 26: Burnley vs Tottenham - Kick-Off 8pm
Sat Oct 31: Liverpool vs West Ham - Kick-Off 5.30pm
Sun Nov 1: Newcastle vs Everton - Kick-Off 2pm
Sun Nov 1: Man Utd vs Arsenal - Kick-Off 4.30pm
Mon 2: Leeds vs Leicester - Kick-Off 8pm
More fixtures will be announced in due course.
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