Updated: September 28, 2022
Sky Sports has announced the first batch of live Premier League fixtures for the 2018/19 season, including Arsenal v Manchester City on the opening weekend.
Unai Emery’s first competitive game in charge of Arsenal since replacing Arsene Wenger will be at home to defending champions Manchester City, live on Super Sunday on Sunday, August 12 (4pm).
The new season will kick off at Old Trafford on Friday, August 10 when Manchester United host Leicester City live on Friday Night Football (7.45pm) with Newcastle v Tottenham (Saturday, August 11, 12.30pm) and Liverpool v West Ham (Sunday, August 12, 1.30pm) also live on the opening weekend.
Opening weekend live on Sky Sports
- Fri Aug 10: Man Utd v Leicester (7.45pm)
- Sat Aug 11: Newcastle v Tottenham (12.30pm)
- Sun Aug 12: Liverpool v West Ham (1.30pm)
- Sun Aug 12: Arsenal v Man City (4pm)
Sky Sports has announced 24 live Premier League fixtures for August, September and early October with all 20 clubs to be shown in that period.
Further highlights include Tottenham’s first game at their new stadium when they host Liverpool on Saturday, September 15 (12.30pm) as well as their trip to Old Trafford for a Monday Night Football showdown with Manchester United (Monday, August 27, 8pm).
Premier League fixtures live on Sky Sports
Fri 10: Man Utd v Leicester (7.45pm)
Sat 11: Newcastle v Tottenham (12.30pm)
Sun 12: Liverpool v West Ham (1.30pm)
Sun 12: Arsenal v Man City (4pm)
Sat 18: Cardiff v Newcastle (12.30pm)
Sun 19: Man City v Huddersfield (1.30pm)
Sun 19: Brighton v Man Utd (4pm)
Mon 20: Crystal Palace v Liverpool (8pm)
Sat 25: Wolves v Man City (12.30pm)
Sun 26: Watford v Crystal Palace (1.30pm)
Sun 26: Newcastle v Chelsea (4pm)
Mon 27: Man Utd v Tottenham (8pm)
Sat 1: Leicester v Liverpool (12.30pm)
Sun 2: Cardiff v Arsenal (1.30pm)
Sun 2: Watford v Tottenham (4pm)
Sat 15: Tottenham v Liverpool (12.30pm)
Sun 16: Wolves v Burnley (1.30pm)
Sun 16: Everton v West Ham (4pm)
Mon 17: Southampton v Brighton (8pm)
Sat 22: Fulham v Watford (12.30pm)
Sun 23: West Ham v Chelsea (1.30pm)
Sun 23: Arsenal v Everton (4pm)
Sun 30: Cardiff v Burnley (4pm)
October (many more to be confirmed)
Mon 1: Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (8pm)