BT Sport and Sky Sports announced the next round of fixtures they'll be airing in October and November.
Sky Sports will air the bulk of the matches announced so far — 45. By the end of November, Sky Sports will have aired live matches from every team, in every stadium.
Some of the highlights include Liverpool v Manchester United, Tottenham v Arsenal, and a jam-packed Super Sunday on 5 November: Chelsea v Manchester United and Manchester City v Arsenal.
BT Sport airs fewer matches, but they also have exclusive live coverage of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League to satisfy football fans. From now until the end of November, BT Sport will air matches featuring 18 of the 20 teams in the Premier League.
Top games include Chelsea v Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace and Arsenal v Watford, which will determine whether or not Arsenal makes it into the UEFA Champions League.
For a full list of the upcoming matches, visit our guide to Premier League football fixtures on TV.