Sky Sports has announced its Premier League live schedule for October and November.
Perhaps the most eye-catching fixture on its schedule is Manchester United's trip to Liverpool on October 17th, which will be broadcast on the Monday Night Football show.
Other highlights include Tottenham Hotspur hosting Manchester City on October 2nd, as well as defending champions Leicester City's game against Chelsea on October 16th.
In addition, subscribers can look forward to the likes of Manchester City vs Southampton on October 23rd and Watford vs Stoke City on November 27th.
Manchester United's game against Arsenal on November 19th should also be well worth watching, if only to see Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger renew their long-standing rivalry.
Sky Sports has also confirmed its third Friday Night Football fixture, with Jeff Stelling and Rachel Riley fronting coverage of Everton vs Crystal Palace on September 30th.
Fans of every top-flight side can expect to see their club in action in the coming months, with Sky Sports committing to show every team and every stadium live before the end of November.
Gary Hughes, Head of Football at Sky Sports, commented: "It's going to be a fascinating Premier League season, as Leicester proved you just can’t predict what will happen.
"Sky Sports has more games than ever before, and the biggest games including Liverpool against Man United on MNF for the first time."
Mr Hughes added that Sky Sports will tell the full story of a league that "you just can't take your eyes off".
|Sat 1 Oct||Swansea City v Liverpool||12.30pm|
|Sun 2 Oct||Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City||2.15pm|
|Sun 2 Oct||Burnley v Arsenal||4.30pm|
|Sat 15 Oct||Middlesbrough v Watford||12.30pm|
|Sun 16 Oct||Chelsea v Leicester City||1.30pm|
|Mon 17 Oct||Liverpool v Manchester United||8.00pm|
|Sat 22 Oct||Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur||12.30pm|
|Sun 23 Oct||Manchester City v Southampton||1.30pm|
|Sun 23 Oct||Chelsea v Manchester United||4.00pm|
|Sat 29 Oct||Sunderland v Arsenal||12.30pm|
|Sun 30 Oct||Everton v West Ham United||1.30pm|
|Sun 30 Oct||Southampton v Chelsea||4.00pm|
|Mon 31 Oct||Stoke City v Swansea City||8.00pm|
|Sun 6 Nov||Liverpool v Watford||2.15pm|
|Sun 6 Nov||Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion||4.30pm|
|Sat 19 Nov||Manchester United v Arsenal||12.30pm|
|Fri 16 Sept||Middlesbrough v Chelsea||8.00pm|
|Mon 21 Nov||West Bromwich Albion v Burnley/td>||2.15pm|
|Sun 27 Nov||Watford v Stoke City||12.00pm|
|Sun 27 Nov||Arsenal v Bournemouth||2.15pm|
|Sun 27 Nov||Southampton v Everton||4.30pm|