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What Premier League games are on TV this weekend?


GRAB your popcorn football lovers as the Premier League returns for another weekend of thrilling action – and they’ll be plenty to feast your eyes on at the click of a button.

Arsenal ran out 2-0 winners over Crystal Palace in the season’s first live showing.

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Whilst Manchester United were humiliated at Old Trafford by Brighton on the Sunday.

But what Premier League games will be broadcasted on television this weekend?

What Premier League games are on TV this weekend?

There will be a total of four games being shown live on television this weekend whilst the final fixture on match-day two is set to be played on Monday.

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Saturday August 13

  • Aston Villa vs Everton – 12:30pm (UK) – BT Sport 1
  • Brentford vs Manchester United – 5:30pm (UK) – Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League

Sunday August 14

  • Nottingham Forest vs West Ham United – 2pm (UK) – Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League
  • Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur – 4:30pm (UK) – Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League

Monday August 15

  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – 8pm (UK) – Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League

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Fans in the US can head to Peacock to stream all of the above matches.


What other fixtures are happening this weekend?

Saturday August 13

  • Arsenal vs Leicester City – 3pm (UK)
  • Brighton & Hove Albion vs Newcastle United – 3pm (UK)
  • Manchester City vs Bournemouth – 3pm (UK)
  • Southampton vs Leeds United – 3pm (UK)
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Fulham – 3pm (UK)



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