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BT has announced the first batch of live Premier League games set to air on its dedicated sports channels when they launch next month, as the UK’s latest sports broadcaster shows its hand in its battle with Sky Sports.

Heading the line-up of games, all of which kick off at 12.45 on Saturdays from August 17th, include the London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea on September 28th.

Check out the full program of games airing on BT Sport in the table below

Local bragging rights will also be at stake on November 28th, when the Merseyside derby sees a David Moyles-less Everton host Liverpool as they bid to break a disappointing run of four consecutive seasons without qualifying for the Champions League.

Simon Green, director of BT Sport, said: “We are thrilled that BT Sport viewers will be able to enjoy these top-of-the-table matches free with BT broadband.

“In the first 13 Premier League rounds until December, we will show the biggest clubs at least twice including Tottenham taking on serious title contenders in both matches, against Manchester United and Chelsea.

“We have Manchester United twice, Manchester City twice, Arsenal twice, Chelsea twice, Everton twice and Liverpool three times."

BT Sport will show 38 games over the course of the season, along with coverage of the FA Cup, UEFA Europa League and action from Scotland, Germany, Italy, France, Brazil, Australia and the USA.

Date KO Day Home Away
17th Aug 13 12:45pm Sat Liverpool Stoke
24th Aug 13 12:45pm Sat Fulham Arsenal
31st Aug 13 12:45pm Sat Man City Hull City
14th Sep 13 12:45pm Sat Man United Crystal Palace
21st Sep 13 12:45pm Sat Norwich Aston Villa
28th Sep 13 12:45pm Sat Tottenham Chelsea
5th Oct 13 12:45pm Sat Man City Everton
19th Oct 13 12:45pm Sat Newcastle Liverpoool
26th Oct 13 12:45pm Sat Crystal Palace Arsenal
2nd Nov 13 12:45pm Sat Newcastle Chelsea
23rd Nov 13 12:45pm Sat Everton Liverpool
30th Nov 13 12:45pm Sat Tottenham Man Utd

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