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2014/15 Premier League TV Schedule For Viewers in the UK

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While Americans can revel in having every single Premier League game shown live, we Brits have a lot fewer games that are available on television (and Internet).

In the UK, television rights for matches are split between Sky Sports and BT Sport with the schedule up to and including November 30 already being released.

Here are the matches set to be broadcast live on either Sky Sports or BT Sport for 16 August-30 November, 2014:

All times UK 

Saturday 16th August:

Manchester United vs Swansea City- 12:45 BT Sport
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 17th August:

Liverpool vs Southampton-13:30 Sky Sports
Newcastle vs Manchester City-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 18th August:

Burnley vs Chelsea-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 23rd August:

Aston Villa vs Newcastle-12:45 BT Sport
Everton vs Arsenal-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 24th August:

Hull City vs Stoke City-13:30 Sky Sports
Sunderland vs Manchester United-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 25th August:

Manchester City vs Liverpool-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 30th August:

Burnley vs Manchester United-12:45 BT Sport
Everton vs Chelsea-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 31st August:

Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool-13:30 Sky Sports
Leicester City vs Arsenal-16:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 13th September:

Arsenal vs Manchester City-12:45 BT Sport
Liverpool vs Aston Villa-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 14th September:

Manchester United vs QPR-16:00 Sky Sport

Monday 15th September:

Hull City vs West Ham United-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 20th September:

QPR vs Stoke City-12:45 BT Sport
West Ham United vs Liverpool-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 21st September:

Leicester City vs Manchester United-13:30 Sky Sports
Manchester City vs Chelsea-16:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 27th September:

Liverpool vs Everton-12:45 BT Sport
Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 28th September:

West Bromwich Albion vs Burnley-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 28th September:

Stoke City vs Newcastle United-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 4th October:

Aston Villa vs Manchester City-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 5th October:

Manchester United vs Everton-12:00 BT Sport
Chelsea vs Arsenal-14:05 Sky Sports
West Ham United vs QPR-16:15 Sky Sports

Saturday 18th October:

Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur-12:45 BT Sport

Sunday 19th October:

QPR vs Liverpool-13:30 Sky Sports
Stoke City vs Swansea City-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 20th October:

West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester United-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 25th October:

West Ham United vs Manchester City-12:45 BT Sport
Swansea City vs Leicester City-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 26th October:

Burnley vs Everton-13:30 Sky Sports
Manchester United vs Chelsea-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 27th October:

QPR vs Aston Villa-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 1st November:

Newcastle United vs Liverpool-12:45 BT Sport

Sunday 2nd November:

Manchester City vs Manchester United-13:30 Sky Sports
Aston Villa vs Tottenham Hotspur-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 3rd November:

Crystal Palace vs Sunderland-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 8th November:

Liverpool vs Chelsea-12:45 BT Sport
QPR vs Manchester City-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 9th November:

West Bromwich Albion vs Newcastle United-13:30 Sky Sports
Swansea City vs Arsenal-16:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 22nd November:

Arsenal vs Manchester United-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 23rd November:

Crystal Palace vs Liverpool-13:30 Sky Sports
Hull City vs Tottenham Hotspur-16:00 Sky Sports

Monday 24th November:

Aston Villa vs Southampton-20:00 Sky Sports

Saturday 29th November:

West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal-12:45 BT Sport
Sunderland vs Chelsea-17:30 Sky Sports

Sunday 30th November:

Southampton vs Manchester City-13:30 Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton-16:00 Sky Sports

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