Sky Sports, BT Sport live Premier League fixtures listed

Click here for the list of which 2013/14 Premier League games will be screened live by Sky Sports and BT Sport channels.

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Trying to decide between Sky and BT for your footballing action? Check out the list of which 2013/14 Premier League games will be screened live by Sky Sports and BT Sport channels this year.

Between August and December, Sky Sports will show 43 games, while BT Sport will screen 12, all of which kick off at 12.45 on Saturday afternoon for lunchtime pub action.

Sky has the majority of the action: Cardiff City, Southampton, Sunderland, Swansea City, West Ham and West Brom fans won't see their team on BT, for example. Sky also has the Manchester derby in September, when current Premier League champions Man United meet previous title-holders Man City at the Etihad Stadium.

In total, Sky Sports will show 116 matches live during the season. BT Sport will show 38, 18 of which are BT's choice of big games.

The first round of big matches include the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park in November, and London derby Tottenham v Chelsea at White Hart Lane in September.

Sky Sports matches

  • Swansea City v Manchester United Sat 17 5:30pm
  • Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 18 1:30pm
  • Chelsea v Hull City Sun 18 4pm
  • Manchester City v Newcastle United Mon 19 8pm
  • Aston Villa v Liverpool Sat 24 5:30pm
  • Cardiff City v Manchester City Sun 25 4pm
  • Manchester United v Chelsea Mon 26 8pm
  • Crystal Palace v Sunderland Sat 31 5:30pm
  • Liverpool v Manchester United Sun 1 1:30pm
  • Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 1 4pm
  • Everton v Chelsea Sat 14 5:30pm
  • Southampton v West Ham Sun 15 4pm
  • Swansea City v Liverpool Mon 16 8pm
  • Chelsea v Fulham Sat 21 5:30pm
  • Arsenal v Stoke City Sun 22 1:30pm
  • Manchester City v Manchester United Sun 22 4pm
  • Swansea City v Arsenal Sat 28 5:30pm
  • Stoke City v Norwich City Sun 29 1:30pm
  • Sunderland v Liverpool Sun 29 4pm
  • Everton v Newcastle United Mon 30 8pm
  • Sunderland v Manchester United Sat 5 5:30pm
  • Norwich City v Chelsea Sun 6 1:30pm
  • West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal Sun 6 4pm
  • West Ham United v Manchester City Sat 19 5:30pm
  • Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 20 4pm
  • Crystal Palace v Fulham Mon 21 8pm
  • Southampton v Fulham Sat 26 5:30pm
  • Chelsea v Manchester City Sun 27 1:30pm
  • Sunderland v Newcastle United Sun 27 4pm
  • Arsenal v Liverpool Sat 2 5:30pm
  • Everton v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 3 1:30pm
  • Cardiff City v Swansea City Sun 3 4pm
  • Norwich City v West Ham United Sat 9 5:30pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United Sun 10 12pm
  • Sunderland v Manchester City Sun 10 2:05pm
  • Manchester United v Arsenal Sun 10 4:10pm
  • Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur Sat 23 5:30pm
  • West Ham United v Chelsea Sun 24 1:30pm
  • Cardiff City v Manchester United Sun 24 4pm
  • West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa Mon 25 8pm
  • Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion Sat 30 5:30pm
  • Hull City v Liverpool Sun 1 1:30pm
  • Chelsea v Southampton Sun 1 4pm

BT Sport matches

  • Liverpool v Stoke Sat 17 12:45pm
  • Fulham v Arsenal Sat 24 12:45pm
  • Man City v Hull City Sat 31 12:45pm
  • Man City v Hull City Sat 14 12:45pm
  • Norwich v Aston Villa Sat 21 12:45pm
  • Tottenham v Chelsea Sat 28 12:45pm
  • Man City v Everton Sat 5 12:45pm
  • Newcastle v Liverpool Sat 19 12:45pm
  • Crystal Palace v Arsenal Sat 26 12:45pm
  • Newcastle v Chelsea Sat 2 12:45pm
  • Everton v Liverpool Sat 23 12:45pm
  • Tottenham v Man Utd Sat 30 12:45pm

Sky Sports programmes will be broadcast on Freeview channels on the opening day of the season, so anyone can get a taste of Sky's Premier League coverage even without a dish. BT Sport channels are free to anyone with BT broadband.

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