Premier League football on TV this weekend: Chelsea vs Arsenal the highlight

A look at all the top flight games on television over the coming days

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There is no early kick-off on Saturday, with the Premier League swinging into action with five 3pm kick-offs. Among those matches are Liverpool vs West Brom and Swansea vs Newcastle, however none can be shown on television.

That means the first match to be broadcast is the game at Villa Park, Aston Villa vs Manchester City. The game between Paul Lambert's side and the champions kicks off at 5.30pm and will be shown on Sky Sports 1.

There are three games being shown on Sunday. It gets started nice and early with Manchester United vs Everton at midday on BT Sport 1. Louis van Gaal will be looking to record his first back-to-back victories since replacing David Moyes.

Chelsea vs Arsenal, the stand-out fixture of the weekend, is on Sky Sports 1 at 2.05pm. That's followed by West Ham vs QPR at 4.15pm, again on Sky Sports 1.

Click here for all this weekend's Premier League fixtures.