Premier League live on Sky Sports: Six games to be shown on opening weekend of 2020/21 season

Sky Sports will kick off its 2020/21 Premier League coverage with six live games across the opening weekend.

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Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side will take on Marcelo Bielsa’s newcomers Leeds in a Saturday night clash at Anfield in front of the Sky Sports cameras on the opening day of the new term.

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The first weekend of the new season will also see Leicester travel to West Brom and Tottenham host Everton in a Super Sunday double-header, before Brighton welcome Chelsea for the first Monday Night Football of the campaign.

Two additional games will now be shown live on Sky Sports this weekend with West Ham’s game against Newcastle at the London Stadium taking place at 8pm on Saturday.

Wolves’ trip to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United has also been moved to 6pm on Monday, live on Sky Sports.

The first selection of live Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports in September also includes Manchester United’s opener against Crystal Palace on September 19 and Liverpool’s trip to Chelsea the following day.

Arsenal’s home fixture with West Ham has been moved to Saturday September 19 at 8pm from its original 2pm kick-off time the following day, with the game still to be screened on Sky Sports. That slot is now being taken up by Brighton’s visit to St James’ Park to face Newcastle.

Aston Villa will also host Sheffield United live on Sky Sports on Monday September 21 at 6pm, preceding Manchester City’s trip to Wolves at 8pm.

Confirmed Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports

Sat 12 Sep: Liverpool vs Leeds Utd – 5.30pm

Sat 12 Sep: West Ham vs Newcastle – 8pm

Sun 13 Sep: West Brom vs Leicester City – 2pm

Sun 13 Sep: Tottenham vs Everton – 4.30pm

Mon 14 Sep: Sheff Utd vs Wolves – 6pm

Mon 14 Sep: Brighton vs Chelsea – 8.15pm

Sat 19 Sep: Man Utd vs Crystal Palace – 5.30pm

Sat 19 Sep: Arsenal vs West Ham – 8pm

Sun 20 Sep: Newcastle vs Brighton – 2pm

Sun 20 Sep: Chelsea vs Liverpool – 4.30pm

Mon 21 Sep: Aston Villa vs Sheff Utd – 6pm

Mon 21 Sep: Wolves vs Man City – 8.15pm

Sat 26 Sep: West Brom vs Chelsea – 5.30pm

Sun 27 Sep: Fulham vs Aston Villa – 2pm

Sun 27 Sep: Man City vs Leicester City – 4.30pm

Mon 28 Sep: Liverpool vs Arsenal – 8pm

Premier League 2020/21 – opening weekend fixtures

September 12

Fulham vs Arsenal – 12.30pm

Crystal Palace vs Southampton – 3pm

Liverpool vs Leeds – 5.30pm, live on Sky Sports

West Ham vs Newcastle – 8pm, live on Sky Sports

September 13

Tottenham vs Everton – 2pm, live on Sky Sports

West Brom vs Leicester City – 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports

September 14

Sheff Utd vs Wolves – 6pm, live on Sky Sports

Brighton vs Chelsea – 8pm, live on Sky Sports


Burnley vs Man Utd

Man City vs Aston Villa

*Manchester City vs Aston Villa and Burnley vs Manchester United have been postponed to allow City and United extra time to recover from their recent European campaigns.

Instead, Manchester City’s first game will be at Wolves on September 19, while Manchester United play Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on the same day, live on Sky Sports.

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Premier League 2020/21: What we know

What are the key dates for the 2020/21 Premier League season? When will fans be allowed back? What will be new next term?

Here’s what we know so far…

Football calendar: All the new dates

The football continues and a new calendar is taking shape. From domestic and continental competitions to the new European Championship schedule, here’s what’s in store each month:


2019/20 Women’s Champions League, 2020/21 Scottish Premiership, 2020/21 Community Shield, 2020/21 Champions League qualifying, 2020/21 Europa League qualifying


2019/20 Super Cup, 2020/21 Premier League starts, 2020/21 Sky Bet EFL starts, 2020/21 Carabao Cup R1-4, 2020/21 EFL Trophy starts, FA Cup preliminary rounds, 2020/21 Champions League qualifying/play-offs, 2020/21 Europa League qualifying, Nations League group stage, 2020/21 Women’s Champions League qualifying


2020/21 Champions League group stage, 2020/21 Europa League play-offs/group stage, 2020/21 Women’s Champions League qualifying, EFL trophy matchday 2, FA Cup qualifying, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage


Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, FA Cup first/second rounds, EFL Trophy matchday 3, Euro 2020 play-offs, Nations League group stage, Women’s Champions League Round of 32


Champions League group stage, Europa League group stage, Carabao Cup R5, EFL Trophy Round of 32


Carabao Cup semi-finals, FA Cup third/fourth rounds, EFL Trophy Round of 16


Champions League Round of 16, Europa League Round of 32, Carabao Cup final, FA Cup fifth round, EFL Trophy quarter-/semi-finals


FA Cup quarter-finals, Europa League Round of 16, EFL Trophy final, Women’s Champions League quarter-finals, Women’s Champions League Round of 16


FA Cup semi-finals, Champions League quarter-/semi-finals, Europa League quarter-/semi-finals, Women’s Champions League quarter-/semi-finals


Premier League & EFL seasons finish, EFL play-offs, FA Cup final, Champions League final, Europa League final, Women’s Champions League semi-finals/final

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