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The Barclays Premier League season kicks off with Sunderland against Tottenham Hotspur live on Sky Sports on Saturday 11th August.

 

The match, kick-off 12.45pm, will be the first of 92 live Premier League games to be shown by Sky Sports during the 2007-08 season - more than ever before.

 

On the opening weekend, Sky Sports will show three live games, including Manchester United at home to Reading and Chelsea entertaining newly-promoted Birmingham City - a live double-header on Ford Super Sunday.

 

Sky Sports, in consultation with the Premier League and clubs, has now made its initial selection of 33 live games over the first four months of the season. These include:

 

* BIG HEAD-TO-HEADS: Every clash between last year’s top four clubs in the first four months: Liverpool vs Chelsea (19 August), Manchester United vs Chelsea (23 September), Liverpool vs Arsenal (28 October) and Arsenal vs Manchester United (3 November).

 

* MORE BIG GAMES: The top four teams will be seen in eleven other live matches.

 

* ALL THE CLUBS: Each of the twenty clubs will be seen in this initial set of live matches with all three promoted clubs shown live in the first three months.

 

* MAJOR DERBIES: including Manchester City vs Manchester United (19 August) Everton vs Liverpool (20 October), Sunderland vs Newcastle (10 November) and Birmingham City vs Aston Villa (11 November).

 

Announcing the initial live matches on Sky Sports, Vic Wakeling, Managing Director of Sky Sports, said: “We shall cover every Premier League club in the first four months of the season and we shall also see last season's top four go head to head in four big games.

 

"The top four feature in another eleven live games in this first tranche of selections, and there will be more to come later in the season.

 

"This new deal gives us more live games on Sky Sports than ever before - 92 in all - which means we can offer more of the big teams and the big games but also provide a better balance of coverage of all 20 clubs.”

 

This season Sky Sports will offer 92 live matches from the Barclays Premier League — all covered in High Definition - and have delayed coverage of another 242 with Sky digital viewers able to choose highlights from a range of games on Football First.

 

Sky will also offer Barclays Premier League coverage through mobile and broadband.

 

SKY SPORTS LIVE PREMIER LEAGUE GAMES

AUGUST

DATE GAME TIME CHANNEL

Saturday 11 Sunderland v Tottenham 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 12 Chelsea v Birmingham City 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 12 Manchester United v Reading 4pm TBC

Tuesday 14 Tottenham v Everton 8pm TBC

Wednesday 15 Wigan Athletic v Middlesbrough 8pm TBC

Saturday 18 Portsmouth v Bolton 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 19 Manchester City v Man Utd 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 19 Liverpool v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 25 Sunderland v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 26 Man Utd v Tottenham 4pm TBC

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 2 Arsenal v Portsmouth 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 2 Aston Villa v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 15 Portsmouth v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 16 Manchester City v Aston Villa 4pm TBC

Sunday 23 Manchester United v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 29 Manchester City v Newcastle 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 30 Everton v Middlesbrough 4pm TBC

OCTOBER

Saturday 6 Manchester United v Wigan 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 7 Reading v Derby County 2pm TBC

Sunday 7 Fulham v Portsmouth 4.10pm TBC

Saturday 20 Everton v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 21 West Ham United v Sunderland 4pm TBC

Sunday 28 Bolton v Aston Villa 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 28 Liverpool v Arsenal 4pm TBC

NOVEMBER

Saturday 3 Arsenal v Manchester United 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 4 West Ham United v Bolton 4pm TBC

Saturday 10 Sunderland v Newcastle United 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 11 Birmingham City v Aston Villa 1pm TBC

Sunday 11 Portsmouth v Manchester City 4pm TBC

Saturday 24 Newcastle v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 25 West Ham United v Tottenham 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 25 Fulham v Blackburn Rovers 4pm TBC

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Saturday, August 11th @ 5.15pm – Aston Villa v Liverpool

Saturday, August 18th @ 5.15pm – Newcastle United v Aston Villa

Saturday, August 25th @ 5.15pm – Everton v Blackburn Rovers

Sunday, August 26th @ 1.30pm – Middlesbrough v Newcastle United

Saturday, September 1st @ 5.15pm – Manchester United v Sunderland

Saturday, September 15th @ 5.15pm – Chelsea v Blackburn Rovers

Monday, September 17th @ 8pm – Derby County v Newcastle United

Saturday, September 22nd @ 5.15pm – Fulham v Manchester City

Saturday, September 29th @ 5.15pm – Birmingham City v Manchester United

Monday, October 1st @ 8pm – Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa

Sunday, October 7th @ 12noon – Arsenal v Sunderland

Saturday, October 20th @ 5.15pm – Aston Villa v Manchester United

Monday, October 22nd @ 8pm - Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday, October 27th @ 5.15pm – Portsmouth v West Ham United

Saturday, November 3rd @ 5.15pm – Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool

Monday, November 5th @ 8pm – Manchester City v Sunderland

Saturday, November 10th @ 5.15pm – Liverpool v Fulham

Monday, November 12th @ 8pm – Reading v Arsenal

Saturday, November 24th @ 5.15pm – Derby County v Chelsea

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The Barclays Premier League season kicks off with Sunderland against Tottenham Hotspur live on Sky Sports on Saturday 11th August.

 

The match, kick-off 12.45pm, will be the first of 92 live Premier League games to be shown by Sky Sports during the 2007-08 season - more than ever before.

 

On the opening weekend, Sky Sports will show three live games, including Manchester United at home to Reading and Chelsea entertaining newly-promoted Birmingham City - a live double-header on Ford Super Sunday.

 

Sky Sports, in consultation with the Premier League and clubs, has now made its initial selection of 33 live games over the first four months of the season. These include:

 

* BIG HEAD-TO-HEADS: Every clash between last year’s top four clubs in the first four months: Liverpool vs Chelsea (19 August), Manchester United vs Chelsea (23 September), Liverpool vs Arsenal (28 October) and Arsenal vs Manchester United (3 November).

 

* MORE BIG GAMES: The top four teams will be seen in eleven other live matches.

 

* ALL THE CLUBS: Each of the twenty clubs will be seen in this initial set of live matches with all three promoted clubs shown live in the first three months.

 

* MAJOR DERBIES: including Manchester City vs Manchester United (19 August) Everton vs Liverpool (20 October), Sunderland vs Newcastle (10 November) and Birmingham City vs Aston Villa (11 November).

 

Announcing the initial live matches on Sky Sports, Vic Wakeling, Managing Director of Sky Sports, said: “We shall cover every Premier League club in the first four months of the season and we shall also see last season's top four go head to head in four big games.

 

"The top four feature in another eleven live games in this first tranche of selections, and there will be more to come later in the season.

 

"This new deal gives us more live games on Sky Sports than ever before - 92 in all - which means we can offer more of the big teams and the big games but also provide a better balance of coverage of all 20 clubs.”

 

This season Sky Sports will offer 92 live matches from the Barclays Premier League — all covered in High Definition - and have delayed coverage of another 242 with Sky digital viewers able to choose highlights from a range of games on Football First.

 

Sky will also offer Barclays Premier League coverage through mobile and broadband.

 

SKY SPORTS LIVE PREMIER LEAGUE GAMES

AUGUST

DATE GAME TIME CHANNEL

Saturday 11 Sunderland v Tottenham 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 12 Chelsea v Birmingham City 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 12 Manchester United v Reading 4pm TBC

Tuesday 14 Tottenham v Everton 8pm TBC

Wednesday 15 Wigan Athletic v Middlesbrough 8pm TBC

Saturday 18 Portsmouth v Bolton 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 19 Manchester City v Man Utd 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 19 Liverpool v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 25 Sunderland v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 26 Man Utd v Tottenham 4pm TBC

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 2 Arsenal v Portsmouth 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 2 Aston Villa v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 15 Portsmouth v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 16 Manchester City v Aston Villa 4pm TBC

Sunday 23 Manchester United v Chelsea 4pm TBC

Saturday 29 Manchester City v Newcastle 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 30 Everton v Middlesbrough 4pm TBC

OCTOBER

Saturday 6 Manchester United v Wigan 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 7 Reading v Derby County 2pm TBC

Sunday 7 Fulham v Portsmouth 4.10pm TBC

Saturday 20 Everton v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 21 West Ham United v Sunderland 4pm TBC

Sunday 28 Bolton v Aston Villa 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 28 Liverpool v Arsenal 4pm TBC

NOVEMBER

Saturday 3 Arsenal v Manchester United 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 4 West Ham United v Bolton 4pm TBC

Saturday 10 Sunderland v Newcastle United 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 11 Birmingham City v Aston Villa 1pm TBC

Sunday 11 Portsmouth v Manchester City 4pm TBC

Saturday 24 Newcastle v Liverpool 12.45pm TBC

Sunday 25 West Ham United v Tottenham 1.30pm TBC

Sunday 25 Fulham v Blackburn Rovers 4pm TBC

Ye missed out Newcastle v West Ham 23 Sept 130

 

Just goes to show what a shit draw Tottenham are, fifth top last season and only on Setanta or SKY 6 times to our 8.

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