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The next Premier League season kicks off in just under a month, and now Sky and BT have announced which matches they'll show up to the end of September.

Defending champions Leicester travel to Hull for the first match of the season, at 12:30 on August 13th. That's live on Sky Sports. Later that day, you'll be able to watch Sunderland at Manchester City on BT Sport.

The next day sees Manchester United travel to Bournemouth, and Liverpool head to Arsenal. Both matches are live on Sky Sports, as are Chelsea at West Ham and Southampton away to Manchester United, on the 15th and 16th of August respectively.

Other notable matches in the first few weeks of the season include Arsenal at Leicester (20th of August on BT Sport), Spurs home to Liverpool (27th of August on Sky Sports), Manchester United home to Manchester City (10th of September on Sky Sports), Chelsea home to Liverpool (16th of September on Sky Sports), and Chelsea at Arsenal (24th of September on BT Sport).

BT has the broadcast rights to 42 matches, while Sky will show all of its 124 fixtures in 4K using its Sky Q Silver service.

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