Sky Sports boast ‘the biggest ever season’ of Premier League football coverage

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The 2013/14 Premier League season has already been tipped as potentially the most exciting of recent years – with Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea all changing managers this summer. Many feel it’s going to be a three-horse race to the title, and Sky Sports have done all they can to give it the coverage it deserves.

David Moyes’ first game as manager of the Premier League holders Manchester United will be shown on Sky, Manuel Pellegrini’s first match as manager of the Premier League and FA Cup runners-up Manchester City will be shown, and Jose Mourinho’s first game back at Chelsea will also be shown exclusively on Sky Sports.

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There will be 43 live Premier League matches by 1 December (three matches every week). All 20 sides in the Premier League will be shown by the 6th of October, and at least twice by the 1st of December.

Every match between last season’s top four Premier League sides will be featured – including 24 of 32 live matches involving top four sides. Nine derbies including Manchester, North-London, North-East and South-Wales.

All three promoted Premier League sides to be shown by the end of August, and a match from all 20 Premier League grounds at least once during the season.

Sky Sports is still the only place to watch live Premier League action across Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Below is the fixture list of game Sky Sports will cover up to the 1st of December.


Swansea City v Manchester United
Sat 17, 5:30pm

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
Sun 18, 1:30pm

Chelsea v Hull City
Sun 18, 4pm

Manchester City v Newcastle United
Mon 19, 8pm

Aston Villa v Liverpool
Sat 24, 5:30pm

Cardiff City v Manchester City
Sun 25, 4pm

Manchester United v Chelsea
Mon 26, 8pm

Crystal Palace v Sunderland
Sat 31, 5:30pm


Liverpool v Manchester United
Sun 1, 1:30pm

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Sun 1, 4pm

Everton v Chelsea
Sat 14, 5:30pm

Southampton v West Ham United
Sun 15, 4pm

Swansea City v Liverpool
Mon 16, 8pm

Chelsea v Fulham
Sat 21, 5:30pm

Arsenal v Stoke City
Sun 22, 1:30pm

Manchester City v Manchester United
Sun 22, 4pm

Swansea City v Arsenal
Sat 28, 5:30pm

Stoke City v Norwich City
Sun 29, 1:30pm

Sunderland v Liverpool
Sun 29, 4pm

Everton v Newcastle United
Mon 30, 8pm


Sunderland v Manchester United
Sat 5, 5:30pm

Norwich City v Chelsea
Sun 6, 1:30pm

West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal
Sun 6, 4pm

West Ham United v Manchester City
Sat 19, 5:30pm

Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur
Sun 20, 4pm

Crystal Palace v Fulham
Mon 21, 8pm

Southampton v Fulham
Sat 26, 5:30pm

Chelsea v Manchester City
Sun 27, 1:30pm

Sunderland v Newcastle United
Sun 27, 4pm


Arsenal v Liverpool
Sat 2, 5:30pm

Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
Sun 3, 1:30pm

Cardiff City v Swansea City
Sun 3, 4pm

Norwich City v West Ham United
Sat 9, 5:30pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United
Sun 10, 12pm

Sunderland v Manchester City
Sun 10, 2:05pm

Manchester United v Arsenal
Sun 10, 4:10pm

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Sat 23, 5:30pm

West Ham United v Chelsea
Sun 24, 1:30pm

Cardiff City v Manchester United
Sun 24, 4pm

West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa
Mon 25, 8pm

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion
Sat 30, 5:30pm


Hull City v Liverpool
Sun 1, 1:30pm

Chelsea v Southampton
Sun 1, 4pm

BT Sport are now Sky Sports’ biggest competition regarding Premier League coverage, but they can only boast a meagre 38 games to Sky Sports’ 116.

From the 17th of August to the 1st of December, BT have 12 live matches announced in their first broadcast selections, 14 Premier League teams to be shown, and 8 matches featuring a top-four club from last season.

Sky Sports boast extended coverage from the Football League, UEFA Champions League, La Liga, and the Scottish Premier League. They will introduce a “Weekend of Football” which features extended evening highlights of all the 3pm matches.

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