BT Sport announces latest set of live Premier League fixtures

14th August 2016

The first north London Premier League derby of the season between Arsenal and Tottenham will be shown exclusively on BT Sport, in one of nine live games in October and November,

The sides that finished second and third respectively in the English top flight last season will renew rivalries on Sunday, November 6th with kick-off at 12pm.

Spurs also face a trip to Stamford Bridge against fellow London rivals Chelsea on Saturday, November 26th at 5.30pm as part of the BT Sport double header.

Earlier in the day Pep Guardiola's Manchester City travel to Premier League new boys Burnley with kick-off at 12.30pm at Turf Moor.

Manchester rivals United are also in action in front of the BT Sport cameras with former Red Devils hero Mark Hughes taking his Stoke City side to Old Trafford on Sunday, October 2nd for a midday start.

That's followed up with Crystal Palace hosting West Ham on Saturday 15th October, before West Brom travel to Anfield to face Liverpool the following weekend - both are 5.30pm kick-offs.

All of the Saturday evenings matches will follow the new results show, BT Sport Score. Coverage starts at 2.30pm and is presented by Mark Pougatch, who is joined by a host of BT Sport pundits during the season including Robbie Savage, Jermaine Jenas and Harry Kewell.

Jurgen Klopp's Reds will be on bar screens again against Crystal Palace at the end of October as they travel to Selhurst Park on Saturday 29th, for another evening match.

Merseyside rivals Everton head to the capital on Bonfire night as they face Antonio Conte's Chelsea on Saturday, November 5th in the first live BT Sport game of the month.

A third London derby rounds off the fixtures across the two months as Tottenham host West Ham at White Hart Lane on Saturday, November 19th.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “Once again football fans can look forward to exciting Premier League games on BT Sport, including those teams competing in Europe and battling it out for the Premier League title. 

“We’re broadcasting some of the best matches from the Premier League as well as exclusively live matches taking place in the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League throughout October and November.”


Sunday, October 2nd: Manchester United v Stoke City (12pm)
Saturday, October 15th: Crystal Palace v West Ham United (5.30pm)
Saturday, October 22nd: Liverpool v West Bromwich Albion (5.30pm)
Saturday, October 29th: Crystal Palace v Liverpool (5.30pm)
Saturday, November 5th: Chelsea v Everton (5.30pm)
Sunday, November 6th: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (12pm)
Saturday, November 19th: Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (5.30pm)
Saturday, November 26th: Burnley v Manchester City (12.30pm)
Saturday, November 26th: Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm)

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