Four games from the Premier League will be shown live on TV this week with two games being shown on Saturday and two games on Sunday.
It all kicks-off from White Hart Lane, where Tottenham host Liverpool on Saturday afternoon.
This will be the third consecutive away trip for Jurgen Klopp’s men following the club’s request to start the campaign on the road while building work at Anfield is ongoing, and the Reds will hope to emulate the success of their previous trip to north London in the opening round of matches, when they won 4-3 at Arsenal.
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 from 11.30am – Kick-off 12.30pm
The second match of the day will air on BT Sport 1 as Hull City welcome Manchester United to KCOM Stadium.
The Tigers have not beaten United in 42 years and will be hoping to when the match kicks-off at 5.30pm.
The first live action on Sunday comes from the Hawthorns as West Bromwich Albion take on Premier League new boys Middlesbrough. The match, to be broadcast live on Sky Sports 1, kicks-off at 1.30pm.
The final game of the weekend comes from the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City host West Ham United.
City’s previous home match saw them triumph 2-1 over Sunderland, but they had to rely on a late own-goal from Black Cats debutant Paddy McNair to secure those three points, and the Hammers will hope luck is on their side today, after they were a little unfortunate when losing 2-1 to Chelsea in their only other away game so far.
The match will also be shown on Sky Sports 1, where David Jones presents. Kick-off 4pm
Hayley McQueen will be live on Sky Sports 1 from 8.30pm on Saturday evening with Game of the Day followed by Match Choice at 10.30pm.
Gary Lineker will front free-to-air highlights of all of Saturday’s Premier League games from 10.10pm on BBC One, Saturday evening, while Mark Chapman fronts MOTD2 on Sunday from 10.30pm with highlights of the two Sunday games.
Premier League TV Schedule (Week 3)
Saturday 27 August 2016
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
LIVE – 11.30pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 12.30pm
LIVE – 12.00pm, BBC One
LIVE – 12.30pm, Sky Sports News HQ / 3pm, Sky Sports 1
BT Sport Score
Live – 2.30pm, BT Sport 1
Hull City v Manchester United
LIVE – 5.00pm, BT Sport 1 – Kick-off 5.30pm
Game of the Day
Highlights – 8.30pm, Sky Sports 1
Match of the Day
Highlights – 10.10pm, BBC One
Highlights – 10.30pm
Sunday 28 August 2016
Match of the Day
Highlights – 7.30am, BBC One
Goals on Sunday
Highlights – 10.30am, Sky Sports 1
West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough
LIVE – 12.30pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 1.30pm
Manchester City v West Ham United
LIVE – 3.30pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 4.00pm
Match of the Day 2
Highlights – 10.30pm, BBC One
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