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Where to watch the Premier League over the opening weekend of the season

There have been some exciting transfers throughout the Premier League this summer (Picture: Metro/Getty Images) Football fans have hardly had much of a break thanks to the World Cup, but the Premier League is back on Friday night. The chaos of the transfer window came to an end on Thursday evening and now the focus will be entirely on the football as clubs look to lay down a marker on the opening weekend. There will be plenty of new signings on show over the weekend, with the likes of Alisson at Liverpool, Jorginho for Chelsea and Fred at Manchester United all set to make their Premier League debuts. Here is where you can catch all the action being televised from Friday to Sunday. Jose Mourinho is under a bit of pressure at Manchester United after a disappointing summer in the transfer market (Picture: Getty Images) Which games are on TV and which channels are they being shown on? Friday 10 August 8pm Man Utd vs Leicester – Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League Saturday 11 August 12.30pm Newcastle vs Tottenham – Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League 5.30pm Wolves vs Everton – BT Sport 1 Sunday 12 August 1.30pm Liverpool vs West Ham – Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League 4pm Arsenal vs West Ham – Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League The games being shown on Sky Sports are available to stream for Sky Sports subscribers through Sky Go, or with a Now TV Premier League Day Pass, available here. BT Sport customers can stream the games shown on their channels with BT Sport Player. When are highlights being shown? Match of the Day is on at 10.20pm on Saturday on BBC One, with Match of the Day 2 being shown at 10.30pm on Sunday on the same channel. Unai Emery faces a tough test on his Premier League debut (Picture: Getty Images) Premier League | Opening Day Fixtures Friday 10 August Man Utd vs. Leicester 8pm Saturday 11 August Newcastle vs. Spurs 12.30pm Bournemouth vs. Cardiff 3pm Fulham vs. Crystal Palace 3pm Huddersfield vs. Chelsea 3pm Watford vs. Brighton 3pm Wolves vs. Everton 5.30pm Sunday 12 August Liverpool vs. West Ham 1.30pm Southampton vs. Burnley 1.30pm Arsenal vs. Man City 4pm What are the opening day odds? (Courtesy of Betfair) Friday 10 August 11/20 Man Utd 31/10 Draw 13/2 Leicester Saturday 11 August 29/10 Newcastle 5/2 Draw 11/10 Spurs 10/11 Bournemouth 13/5 Draw 7/2 Cardiff 31/20 Fulham 12/5 Draw 2/1 Crystal Palace 11/2 Huddersfield 3/1 Draw 8/13 Chelsea 7/5 Watford 9/4 Draw 12/5 Brighton 13/10 Wolves 23/10 Draw 12/5 Everton Sunday 12 August 1/4 Liverpool 11/2 Draw 14/1 West Ham 17/20 Southampton 5/2 Draw 4/1 Burnley 29/10 Arsenal 29/10 Draw 19/20 Man City MORE: Alexis Sanchez explains why he struggled at Manchester United last season following Arsenal move MORE: Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool have to ‘improve everything’ to launch serious title bid against Manchester City...

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Published By: Metro - Friday, 10 August







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