Arsenal had the size of Tottenham last season

Premier League TV schedules for August and September announced, including North London derby – The Mirror

Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou’s first North London derby is one of the games chosen for live TV in August and September.

The former Celtic boss will now head to the Emirates Stadium with his new side on September 24, with the match kicking off at 2pm on Sky Sports on Sunday. Spurs’ trip to Brentford in the opening weekend had already been picked up by Sky Sports, while their meeting with Liverpol, Man Utd and Bournemouth also sees new times.

Spurs take on Bournemouth in one of TNT Sports’ picks, which also include Burnley v Man Utd and Wolves v Brighton. TNT Sports will also show the game between title holders Manchester City and last season’s runners-up, Newcastle United, which has been moved to a kick-off on Saturday at 8pm.

The opening weekend TV games had already been selected. These include Mauricio Pochettino’s first game as Chelsea manager, with the Blues facing Liverpool.

Other Chelsea matches that have been moved to TV include their London derbies against West Ham and Fulham. They now face the Hammers on August 20 at 4.30pm, with the Fulham game kicking off at 8pm on Monday night on October 2.

One of the other important matches on Sunday at 4.30pm is the meeting between Man Utd and Arsenal on September 3. Man Utd’s trip to Spurs, meanwhile, is set to kick off Saturday at 5.30pm on August 19.

Some rescheduled games are still subject to change. This is because several Premier League teams will have responsibilities in the Carabao Cup and UEFA competitions, where match dates are yet to be confirmed.

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Arsenal had the size of Tottenham last season

“I like to win, that’s the most important thing, and I’ve done that wherever I’ve been,” Spurs boss Postecoglou said in his first interview with club media. With big tests on television in the beginning, he gets the chance to make an immediate impression.

“Football is designed to bring success,” the Australian added. “In addition to that, it’s really important to me that there’s an element of what most fans and players want to be associated with, and that’s football that’s exciting, that people talk about, not just about the end result, but the way you do. did you play football.

‚ÄúThat’s very important to me, on the one hand because I think it’s a way to be successful and on the other hand because it allows people to hold on to those things that are most special about our game, those memorable moments.

“People want to see their team score goals, be exciting, not concede goals, be aggressive in their approach, all those things that everyone is looking for in their own football team. That’s what I want to try to offer. The basis of it will be that we want to be a team that wins things and ultimately entertains our fans.”

The meeting between Manchester United and Arsenal at the start of last season was also televised

The meeting between Manchester United and Arsenal at the start of last season was also televised

The full updated Premier League matches on television. The ones with an asterisk

are subject to change based on other competitions.
Saturday August 19
17:30 Spurs v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

20:00 Manchester City v Newcastle (TNT Sports)
Sunday August 20
14:00 Aston Villa v Everton (Sky Sports)

16:30 West Ham v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Monday August 21

20:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Friday August 25

20:00 Chelsea v Luton Town (Sky Sports)
Saturday August 26
12:30 AFC Bournemouth v Spurs (TNT Sports)

17:30 Brighton v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Sunday August 27
14:00 Sheff Utd v Man City (Sky Sports)

16:30 Newcastle v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Friday Sept 1

20:00 Luton Town v West Ham (Sky Sports)*
Saturday Sept 2
12:30 Sheff Utd v Everton (TNT Sports)

17:30 Brighton v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
Sunday September 3
14:00 Crystal Palace v Wolves (Sky Sports)

16:30 Arsenal v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Liverpool travel to Wolves for one of their TV matches
Liverpool travel to Wolves for one of their TV matches

Saturday Sept 16
12:30 Wolves v Liverpool (TNT Sports)

17:30 Everton v Arsenal (Sky Sports)*
Sunday Sept 17
14:00 AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

16:30 Newcastle v Brentford (Sky Sports)*
Saturday Sept 23
17:30 Brentford v Everton (Sky Sports)

20:00 Burnley v Manchester United (TNT Sports)
Sunday Sept 24
14:00 Arsenal v Spurs (Sky Sports)

16:30 Sheff Utd v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
Saturday Sept 30
12:30 Aston Villa v Brighton (TNT Sports)

17:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Sunday October 1

14:00 Nott’m Forest v Brentford (Sky Sports)
Monday October 2

20:00 Fulham v Chelsea (Sky Sports) Adblock test


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