Premier League[ edit ] BT Sport currently has the rights to show 52 live Premier League matches from the —20 to —22 seasons. Their packages A and G give BT the rights to second pick and 12 fifth pick matches.
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Manchester City will be hoping to to claim a third Premier League title in a row after pipping Liverpool to the crown last season. And it is the Reds that will open up the new season when they take on newly-promoted Norwich City, live on Sky Sports, on Friday, August 9 at 8pm.
The Blades will be hoping to get off to a positive start on their return to the Premier League after more than a decade. Elsewhere, Championship play-off winners Aston Villa face a glamourous opening fixture with a trip to Tottenham's new stadium.
Norwich will be thinking that they have the toughest opening game of the newly-promoted teams after they were handed a trip to Liverpool on the Friday night.
Jurgen Klopp's men, fresh from their Champions League success in Madrid, will be hoping to go one better in the Premier League by beating Manchester City to the title. In addition to Friday nights, Saturday evenings, Sunday afternoons and Monday nights, Sky Sports will also broadcast live Premier League matches on Saturday nights for the first time — all on a dedicated channel, Sky Sports Premier League.