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Arsenal to kick off new season on a Friday night as Premier League TV dates are announced

Date Posted,July 5, 2017

Arsenal vs Leicester will kick off the new Premier League season on Friday August 11 live on Sky Sports.

The Gunners will have their shiny new £52m signing set for his debut at the Emirates, while another potential mega signing in Romelu Lukaku could feature in the 16:00 Sunday kick-off for Manchester United

The Red Devils will feature against West Ham on August 13, while the champions, Chelsea , will play Burnley on Saturday August 12.

Sky Sports and BT Sport have full announced their fixtures for the first two months of the season with Chelsea vs Manchester City on BT Sport on September 30 standing out. Full details below.

Son Heung-min kisses a television camera as he celebrates scoring (Image: REUTERS)
Victor Lindelof signs for Manchester United (Image: Manchester United via Getty)
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11: Arsenal vs Leicester, 7.45pm (Sky Sports)

12 Watford vs Liverpool, 12noon (Sky Sports)

+Brighton vs Manchester City, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

13: Newcastle vs Tottenham, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Manchester United vs West Ham, 4pm (Sky Sports)

19: Swansea vs Manchester United, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Stoke vs Arsenal (BT Sport)

20: Huddersfield vs Newcastle, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Tottenham vs Chelsea, 4pm (Sky Sports)

21: Manchester City vs Everton, 8pm (Sky Sports)

26: Bournemouth vs Manchester City, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Manchester United vs Leicester, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

27: West Brom vs Stoke, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Liverpool vs Arsenal, 4pm (Sky Sports)

The champions will not be on television on the opening weekend (Image: Getty)
Pep Guardiola is under pressure to deliver the title for City (Image: Rex Features)


9: Manchester City vs Liverpool, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Stoke vs Manchester United, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

10: Burnley vs Crystal Palace, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Swansea vs Newcastle, 4pm (Sky Sports)

11: West Ham vs Huddersfield, 8pm (Sky Sports)

15: Bournemouth vs Brighton, 8pm (Sky Sports)

16: Crystal Palace vs Southampton, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Tottenham vs Swansea, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

17: Chelsea vs Arsenal, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Manchester United vs Everton, 4pm (Sky Sports)

23: West Ham vs Tottenham, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Leicester vs Liverpool, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

24: Brighton vs Newcastle, 4pm (Sky Sports)

25: Arsenal vs West Brom, 8pm (Sky Sports)

30: Huddersfield vs Tottenham, 12.30pm (Sky Sports)

+Chelsea vs Manchester City, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

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