The second round of Premier League fixtures get under way this weekend with Aston Villa vs Newcastle, which is the early game on Saturday. The 12.45pm kick-off will be shown live on BT Sport 1.
There are four traditional 3pm Saturday kick-offs, with Chelsea vs Leicester, Crystal Palace vs West Ham, Southampton vs West Brom and Swansea vs Burnley.
Arsenal then make their second appearance in as many weeks in the late kick-off on Saturday. They're in action away at Everton, with the 5.30pm kick-off at Goodison Park being shown on Sky Sports 1.
There are three games on Sunday, however the London derby between Tottenham and QPR at 1.30pm will not be shown on television.
Hull vs Stoke at 1.30pm and then Sunderland against a Manchester United side trying to bounce back from their opening day defeat will be shown at 4pm - with both games on Sky Sports 1.
Perhaps the best match is saved until last. Monday night will see Manchester City vs Liverpool shown live on Sky Sports 1 at 8pm. The clash between last season's top two sides in the Premier League might be occurring just two games into the new campaign, but it is already one of the most intriguing.
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