Matches on TV, main games and the full schedule

Mason Mount

After an exciting first weekend of 2023/24 in the Premier League, the second serve promises even more excitement.

Tottenham and Manchester United – two great clubs striving to bring back the good times – face off in north London at the start of tea time on Saturday.

Triple winners last season Manchester city Then the host class of the nouveau riche Upstart Newcastle in the evening match.

Sunday sees east london take west, as West Ham Chelsea hosts ahead of the title favourites Arsenal visiting Crystal Palace on monday.

Four of the ten matches in the second weekend will be televised. See below for details.

You can choose your team fixtures The full list here.

What were the opening games at the weekend?

When are the big local derby matches?

  • Manchester United – Manchester City (October 28)

  • Manchester City – Manchester United (March 2)

  • Arsenal – Tottenham Hotspur (23 September)

  • Tottenham Hotspur – Arsenal (27 April)

  • liverpool vs everton (Oct 21)

  • Everton-Liverpool (March 16)

Focus on the ‘big six’ – which games could decide the title?

Written by Sam Dean

Manchester city

series of matches against Arsenal, Brighton Then Manchester United in October looks tough. A month later, City then played Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur in back-to-back matches. Their big games come in bursts. The match sounds simple enough: his last four games against Nottingham Forest, WolvesAnd Fulham and West Ham.


On paper, a relatively straight start to the season, with matches to come against Nottingham ForestCrystal Palace and Fulham first. Mikel Arteta’s side face a tough fall, though, when they meet Manchester City, Chelsea and Newcastle United within one month. Two of their last four matches will be against so-called ‘big six’ opponents, with Arsenal meeting Tottenham in late April and then traveling to Manchester United in mid-May.

Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Lloren Timber after the Community Shield - 2023-24 Premier League fixtures: Opening weekend schedule & TV fixtures

Arsenal’s three summer signings have all started in Community Shield wins – Getty Images/Stuart MacFarlane

Manchester United

United will travel to north London twice for their first four matches: they will face Tottenham in mid-August before playing Arsenal in early September. December looks complicated, as they face Newcastle, Chelsea and Liverpool in the space of four matches.


that Opening day trip to Chelsea match Mauricio Pochettino It was a rocky start to the season, and they then traveled to Newcastle United for their third match. Back-to-back matches against United and Arsenal during a busy December period can be tough.

Tottenham Hotspur

Ange Postecoglou’s first Premier League match He was away at Brentford, which is among the toughest Opening Day games Tottenham could have had. Meanwhile, his first match will be at home against Manchester United. Spring can be successful: from mid-April to early May, Tottenham played a series of matches against Newcastle (away), City (home), Arsenal (home) and Liverpool (away).


Mauricio Pochettino career with Chelsea He started with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in its opening weekend. From there, his first few weeks look relatively straight forward. Things get tricky in November and December, though, when Chelsea run a series of matches against Tottenham (A), City (H), Newcastle (A), Brighton (H) and United (A).

What are the Boxing Day preparations?

What are the matches of the last day?

All matches kick off at 4pm, Sunday, May 19

  • Arsenal against Everton

  • Brentford – Newcastle United

  • Brighton vs Manchester United

  • Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

  • Chelsea vs Bournemouth

  • Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

  • Liverpool vs Wolverhampton

  • Luton Town vs Fulham

  • Manchester City vs West Ham United

  • Sheffield United vs Tottenham Hotspur

What Premier League matches are shown on TV?

Television selections for matches up to and including the first weekend of October are slated for. Of these 33 games, seven are on TNT Sports, and the rest are on Sky Sports.

Manchester United will play on TV seven times; Newcastle six times; Arsenal and Chelsea And spurs five times; Brentford, Everton And Liverpool four times; Aston Villa, Brighton, Man CityAnd Sheffield United, West Ham And Wolves three times; Bournemouth, Burnley, Crystal Palace, LutonAnd Nottingham Forest twice; And Fulham Once only.

Friday, August 11, 2023
Burnley-Manchester City, 8pm Sky Sports

Saturday, August 12, 2023
Arsenal – Nottingham Forest, 12:30pm TNT Sport
Newcastle – Aston Villa, 5:30pm Sky Sports

Sunday, August 13, 2023
Brentford – Tottenham Hotspur, 2pm Sky Sports
Chelsea-Liverpool, 4:30pm on Sky Sports

Monday, August 14, 2023
Manchester United vs Wolves, 8pm Sky Sports

Saturday, August 19, 2023
Tottenham Hotspur-Manchester United, 5:30pm Sky Sports
Man City – Newcastle at 8 pm TNT Sport

Sunday, August 20, 2023
Aston Villa-Everton, 2pm Sky Sports
West Ham x Chelsea, 4:30pm on Sky Sports

Monday, August 21, 2023
Crystal Palace – Arsenal, 8pm on Sky Sports

Friday, August 25, 2023
Chelsea-Luton, 8pm on Sky Sports

Saturday, August 26, 2023
Bournemouth – Tottenham Hotspur, 12:30pm TNT Sport
Brighton-West Ham, 5:30pm Sky Sports

Sunday, August 27, 2023
Sheffield United-Manchester City, 2pm Sky Sports
Newcastle-Liverpool, 4:30pm on Sky Sports

Friday, September 1, 2023
Luton x West Ham, 8pm on Sky Sports

Saturday, September 2, 2023
Sheffield United x Everton, 12:30pm TNT Sports
Brighton-Newcastle, 5:30pm Sky Sports

Sunday, September 3, 2023
Crystal Palace – Wolves, 2 pm Sky Sports
Arsenal-Manchester United, 4:30pm Sky Sports

Saturday, September 16, 2023
Wolverhampton vs. Liverpool, 12:30pm TNT Sports
Everton-Arsenal, 5:30pm Sky Sports

Sunday, September 17, 2023
Bournemouth x Chelsea, 2 pm Sky Sports
Newcastle-Brentford, 4:30pm on Sky Sports

Saturday, September 23, 2023
Brentford x Everton, 5:30pm Sky Sports
Burnley-Manchester United, 8pm on TNT Sport

Sunday, September 24, 2023
Arsenal – Tottenham Hotspur, 2pm Sky Sports
Sheffield United – Newcastle, 4.30pm Sky Sports

Saturday 30 September 2023
Aston Villa-Brighton, 12:30pm TNT Sports
Tottenham Hotspur-Liverpool, 5:30pm Sky Sports

Sunday 1 October 2023
Nottingham Forest – Brentford, 2pm Sky Sports

Monday, October 2, 2023
Fulham x Chelsea, 8pm on Sky Sports

Did the players take a knee this season?

By Tom Morgan

Premier League teams will take the knee for another season after captains agreed the gesture should continue for “selected matches”.

The demonstration, which was first embraced by players after the Black Lives Matter movement in the summer of 2020, will return for weekend games. Also held are dedicated “No Room for Racism” fixtures in October and April, and Boxing Day fixtures.

First Division Leaders said in a joint statement that they are “united in our belief that any form of discrimination has no place within football or wider society, and are committed to using our platform to help celebrate diversity and show our support in the fight against racism”.

“Therefore, we will continue to show solidarity by taking a knee at key moments during the next season,” they added. “Diversity is central to the success of the game and we feel strongly that people should respect others, regardless of their race or background.”

In a statement, the Premier League said it “supports the players’ decision and will continue to work alongside clubs…to raise the bar on anti-discrimination messaging”.

Fans have been widely supportive of the knee injury in the past, but there have been boos of players in some club and international matches.

Fred rode ahead of a Premier League game last season - Premier League fixtures 2023-24: Schedule & opening TV fixtures of the weekend

Premier League players will continue to take a knee in select match times – Getty Images/Paul Ellis

Is there a winter break this season?

The Premier League winter break returns after last season’s World Cup-influenced campaign. This break will run from the weekend of January 13th to January 30th. At the end of each week there will be five Premier League matches, ensuring that each team gets what is in effect for two weeks.

What are the odds for the Premier League title?

  • Manchester city 4/6

  • Arsenal 9/2

  • Liverpool 9/1

  • Manchester United 17/2

  • Chelsea 11/1

  • Newcastle United 14/1

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