Sky is to begin its coverage of the 2016/17 Premier League season with Leicester vs Hull.
The defending champions' clash against the newly promoted club takes place on Saturday August 13th at 12:30pm and is one of several highlights of the opening weekend.
Head to the foot of the page for a table showing Sky's early-season fixture list in full. Or you can check out BT Sport's line-up of live games here.
Jose Mourinho's first Premier League fixture as Manchester United manager takes place on August 14th at 1.30pm against Bournemouth.
Last season's runners-up Arsenal will then take on Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool at 4:00pm, and Antonio Conte's Chelsea will host West Ham United on August 15th at 8:00pm.
These are the first of 126 top-flight matches to be shown on Sky during the 2016/17 season - more than ever before.
Sky's first ever Friday Night Football show begins in the second week of the season and features Manchester United taking on Southampton on August 19th.
The weekend fixtures include a potentially tricky visit to Stoke for Manchester City on August 20th, with the kick-off scheduled for 12:30pm.
Sunday 21st August sees a north-east derby between Sunderland and Middlesbrough, as well as West Ham United hosting Bournemouth.
The main highlight of Sky's September line-up looks sure to be the Manchester derby on the 10th, which will see Jose Mourinho renew his rivalry with new City boss Pep Guardiola.
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The channels can also be purchased by Virgin TV, TalkTalk TV and BT TV customers, or watched on pay per view via Now TV.
Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, commented: "It’s our biggest season ever.
"Our opening set of fixtures offers our viewers some mouthwatering fixtures and we’ll show every club at least once by the end of September."
|Sat 13 Aug||Hull City v Leicester City||12.30pm|
|Sun 14 Aug||Bournemouth v Manchester United||1.30pm|
|Sun 14 Aug||Arsenal v Liverpool||4.00pm|
|Mon 15 Aug||Chelsea, v West Ham United||8.00pm|
|Fri 19 Aug||Manchester United v Southampton||8.00pm|
|Sat 20 Aug||Stoke City v Manchester City||12.30pm|
|Sun 21 Aug||Sunderland v Middlesbrough||1.30pm|
|Sun 21 Aug||West Ham United v Bournemouth||4.00pm|
|Sat 27 Aug||Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool||12.30pm|
|Sun 28 Aug||West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough||1.30pm|
|Sun 28 Aug||Manchester City, v West Ham United||4.00pm|
|Sat 10 Sept||Manchester United v Manchester City||12.30pm|
|Sun 11 Sept||Swansea City v Chelsea||4.00pm|
|Mon 12 Sept||Sunderland v Everton||8.00pm|
|Fri 16 Sept||Chelsea v Liverpool||8.00pm|
|Sun 18 Sept||Crystal Palace v Stoke City||2.15pm|
|Sun 18 Sept||Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland/td>||4.30pm|
|Sat 24 Sept||Manchester United v Leicester City||12.30pm|
|Sun 25 Sept||West Ham United v Southampton||4.00pm|
|Mon 26 Sept||Burnley v Watford||8.00pm|