BT Sport has unveiled its line-up of games for the first two months of the 2016/17 Premier League season.
Highlights of the opening weekend include Pep Guardiola's first Premier League game in charge of Manchester City, which will be broadcast live on BT Sport at 5:30pm on Saturday August 13th.
Head to the foot of the page for a table showing BT Sport's early-season fixture list in full. Or check out Sky's fixture list here.
Other notable fixtures in BT Sport's schedule include last season's runners-up Arsenal visiting defending champions Leicester City on August 20th, as well as newly-promoted Hull City's clash against Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on August 27th.
September's line-up also includes some tasty fixtures, including Leicester City taking on Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday 10th at 5:30pm.
New Everton boss Ronald Koeman's side will take on Middlesbrough at 5:30pm on September 17th, a day before Watford face Manchester United at home.
The month comes to a strong close with a clash between London giants Arsenal versus Antonio Conte's Chelsea on Saturday September 24th at 5:30pm.
Simon Green, Head of BT Sport, said: "Football fans can look forward to an exciting start to the Premier League season on BT Sport.
"We will now be broadcasting matches at 5.30pm on Saturday evenings and these opening games include the first Premier League match for Pep Guardiola, as well as chances to see how Manchester United, Chelsea and Everton perform under their new managers Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte and Ronald Koeman respectively."
BT Sport will also be showing plenty of European fixtures this year across its channels, with 351 Uefa Champions League and Europa League games being broadcast exclusively live.
Subscribers will be able to view the coverage on BT Sport 1, BT Sport Ultra HD, BTSport.com or the BT Sport app.
BT Sport channels can also be accessed by Virgin Media and Sky customers without a BT broadband subscription.
|Sat 13 Aug||Manchester City v Sunderland||5.30pm|
|Sat 20 Aug||Leicester City v Arsenal||5.30pm|
|Sat 27 Aug||Hull v Manchester United||5.30pm|
|Sat 10 Sept||Liverpool v Leicester City||5.30pm|
|Sat 17 Sept||Everton v Middlesbrough||5.30pm|
|Sun 18 Sept||Watford v Manchester United||12.00pm|
|Sat 24 Sept||Arsenal v Chelsea||5:30pm|