Subscribers to broadband TV deals featuring Sky Sports channels have been informed of the Premier League matches they can look forward to.
Sky has confirmed details of 44 live matches featuring top-flight teams that it intends to show in both standard and high definition through its services in the next few months.
The first Premier League game to be shown will be Manchester City's visit to White Hart Lane to face Harry Redknapp's Tottenham Hotspur side on August 14th.
On the following day (August 15th), the first Ford Super Sunday will feature Liverpool's clash with Arsenal at Anfield, while newly promoted Newcastle United are set to face Manchester United on the Monday (August 16th).
Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, said the broadcaster has more Premier League games than ever before.
He added: "This is a great line-up of fixtures starting with Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City and we'll show last year's top five across the first two weekends of the season."
Sky Sports 1 and 2 are now available through deals from Sky, Virgin Media and BT.