Sky and BT confirm rearranged October TV Prem games including Manchester derby, Chelsea vs United & Arsenal vs Liverpool
THE Premier League confirmed today which games in October will be shown live on TV.
In a blockbuster month of action, the Manchester derby, North London derby, and a potential title decider will all be shown on our screens.
The Prem also confirmed which games had been rearranged due to clubs’ participation in Europe.
October’s televised action gets off to a mouthwatering start, with Arsenal hosting bitter rivals Tottenham on the first of the month in the early kick off.
That match will be shown live on BT Sport.
Sky and Amazon Prime have also had their October fixtures confirmed.
In a mammoth opening weekend to the month the Manchester derby follows just the day after the North London derby.
Manchester United are the visitors to the Etihad on October 2, with that one set to be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Although the game is subject to City’s Champions League participation in midweek.
Arsenal vs Liverpool is the standout fixtures from the following weekend, in what will be a tough month for Mikel Arteta’s side.
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That one will also be shown on Sky Sports on October 9 at 4.30pm.
And seven days later there could be a title decider on the same channel.
It may be early on in the season but Manchester City’s trip to Liverpool on October 16 at 4.30pm could have a massive say on the race for the Prem trophy.
Leeds vs Arsenal and United vs Newcastle have been pushed back to the same day too due to Europa League fixtures in midweek.
There are then midweek evening fixtures live on Amazon Prime – including Manchester United vs Tottenham and Arsenal vs Manchester City.
United’s trip to Chelsea on October 23rd at 4.30pm is the standout fixture from the following weekend.
Erik ten Hag could then be in for a fright a week later as the Red Devils host West Ham the day before Halloween at 4.30pm on Sky.
Leeds’ trip to Anfield on October 30 is also live on Sky at 2pm – subject to Liverpool’s Champions League involvement in midweek.
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