Arsenal v Manchester City heads up this year's festive programme of Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports, with the broadcaster completing its bid to broadcast from all 20 stadiums this season.
City travel to the Emirates on Monday December 21st for an 8pm kick-off, in a match that could have a substantial say on the top of the league.
Last year's fixture here yielded an entertaining 2-2 draw and fans will be hoping for similar drama this time around.
As expected, the league's big guns feature heavily throughout December, with Chelsea hosting Eddie Howe's Bournemouth on the 5th, followed by Newcastle v Liverpool on Super Sunday - a fixture that has provided plenty of memorable Premier League moments down the years.
|Sat 17 Oct||Watford v Arsenal||5.30pm|
|Sun 18 Oct||Newcastle United v Norwich City||4pm|
|Mon 19 Oct||Swansea City v Stoke City||8pm|
|Sat 24 Oct||Arsenal v Everton||5.30pm|
|Sun 25 Oct||Sunderland v Newcastle United||12noon|
|Sun 25 Oct||Manchester United v Manchester City||2.05pm|
|Sun 25 Oct||Liverpool v Southampton||4.15pm|
The following weekend sees the cameras arrive on the south coast for Bournemouth v Manchester United, the latter also featuring in the Boxing Day clash with Stoke City.
The last game of the year sees Sunderland take on Liverpool on December 30th, while Crystal Palace v Chelsea is one of the three games confirmed for the first weekend of 2016.
Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “It’s been an exciting start to the season on Sky Sports, and with these fixtures into the New Year we will continue to tell the full story of the Barclays Premier League.
“With at least three games a week, every team at least three times by the turn of the year and every stadium, Sky Sports is the best place to follow the most exciting league in the world.”
Sky Sports, which has earned the rights to live Premier League football for the next four years, is set to show 116 games from England's top flight this season, as well as 127 games from the Football League, 300 from La Liga and games from Capital One Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 qualification, the SPFL and Scottish Cup, MLS and Eredivisie.
|Sun 1 Nov||Everton v Sunderland||1.30pm|
|Sun 1 Nov||Southampton v Bournemouth||4pm|
|Mon 2 Nov||Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa||8pm|
|Sat 7 Nov||Stoke City v Chelsea||5.30pm|
|Sun 8 Nov||Aston Villa v Manchester City||1.30pm|
|Sun 8 Nov||Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur||4pm|
|Sat 21 Nov||Manchester City v Liverpool||5.30pm|
|Sat 22 Nov||Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United||4pm|
|Mon 23 Nov||Crystal Palace v Sunderland||8pm|
|Sat 28 Nov||Leicester City v Manchester United||5.30pm|
|Sun 29 Nov||West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion||2.05pm|
|Sun 29 Nov||Norwich City v Arsenal||4.15pm|
|Sat 5 Dec||Chelsea v Bournemouth||5.30pm|
|Sun 6 Dec||Newcastle United v Liverpool||4pm|
|Mon 7 Dec||Everton v Crystal Palace||8pm|
|Sat 12 Dec||Bournemouth v Manchester United||5.30pm|
|Sun 13 Dec||Aston Villa v Arsenal||1.30pm|
|Sun 13 Dec||Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United||4pm|
|Mon 14 Dec||Leicester City v Chelsea||8pm|
|Sat 19 Dec||Newcastle United v Aston Villa||5.30pm|
|Sun 20 Dec||Watford v Liverpool||1.30pm|
|Sun 20 Dec||Swansea City v West Ham United||4pm|
|Mon 21 De||Arsenal v Manchester City||8pm|
|Sat 26 Dec||Stoke City v Manchester United||12.45pm|
|Sat 2 Jan||Watford v Manchester City||5.30pm|
|Sun 3 Jan||Crystal Palace v Chelsea||1.30pm|
|Sun 3 Jan||Everton v Tottenham Hotspur||4pm|