Sky Sports has supported its latest batch of live Premier League matches such as the Manchester derby, for December and the period.
Premier League champions City host rivals Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium live on Saturday Night Football with all the derby taking place hours before Anthony Joshuas Sky Sports Box Office world heavyweight title rematch from Andy Ruiz.
United and City are back Super Sunday the weekend, together with Ole Gunnar Solskjaers side before Pep Guardiola requires his staff to Arsenal hosting Everton.
The first M23 derby of the season gets the Monday Night Football remedy on December 16 since Crystal Palace host competitions Brighton, then attention turns into the last round of fittings before Christmas.
Champions Manchester City host Leicester on Saturday Night Football on December 21 earlier Manchester United travel to Watford and Spurs amuse London rivals Chelsea in a Super Sunday double-header that is festive on December 22.
The Sky live Premier League matches continue coming thick and fast over the period.
Brighton host Bournemouth and Spurs journey on December 28 to Norwich, and theres a London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea until Liverpool entertain Wolves in part two of the final Super Sunday of 2019.
West Hams Friday Night Football excursion to Sheffield United will soon be broadcast live on Sky Sports on January 10 before Tottenham amuse Liverpool in a Saturday Night Football battle on January 11.
Manchester Citys trip to Aston Villa shirts the Super Sunday billing on January 12, Chelsea travel to Newcastle on Saturday Night Football on January 18 ahead of Manchester United travel to Anfield to confront rivals Liverpool on Sky Sports.
Sat Oct 19: Crystal Palace vs Man City (5.30pm)
Sun Oct 20: Man Utd vs Liverpool (4pm)
Mon Oct 21: Sheff Utd vs Arsenal (8pm)
Fri Oct 25: Southampton vs Leicester (8pm)
Sat Oct 26: Burnley vs Chelsea (5.30pm)
Sun Oct 27: Newcastle vs Wolves (2pm)
Sat Nov 2: Watford vs Chelsea (5.30pm)
Sun Nov 3: Crystal Palace vs Leicester (2pm)
Sun Nov 3: Everton vs Tottenham (4.30pm)
Fri Nov 8: Norwich vs Watford (8pm)
Sat Nov 9: Leicester vs Arsenal (5.30pm)
Sun Nov 10: Wolves vs Aston Villa (2pm)
Sun Nov 10: Liverpool vs Man City (4.30pm)
Sat Nov 23: Man City vs Chelsea (5.30pm)
Sun Nov 24: Sheffield Utd vs Man Utd (4.30pm)
Mon Nov 25: Aston Villa vs Newcastle Utd (8pm)
Sat Nov 30: Southampton vs Watford (5.30pm)
Sun Dec 1: Norwich City vs Arsenal (2pm)
Sun Dec 1: Leicester City vs Everton (4.30pm)
Sat Dec 7: Man City vs Man Utd (5.30pm)
Sun Dec 8: Aston Villa vs Leicester (2pm)
Sun Dec 8: Brighton vs Wolves (4.30pm)
Mon Dec 9: West Ham vs Arsenal (8pm)
Sat Dec 14: Southampton vs West Ham (5.30pm)
Sun Dec 15: Man Utd vs Everton (2pm)
Sun Dec 15: Arsenal vs Man City (4.30pm)
Mon Dec 16: Crystal Palace vs Brighton (8pm)
Sat Dec 21: Man City vs Leicester (5.30pm)
Sun Dec 22: Watford vs Man Utd (2pm)
Sun Dec 22: Tottenham vs Chelsea (4.30pm)
Sat Dec 28: Brighton vs Bournemouth (12.30pm)
Sat Dec 28: Norwich vs Tottenham (5.30pm)
Sun Dec 29: Arsenal vs Chelsea (2pm)
Sun Dec 29: Liverpool vs Wolves (4.30pm)
Fri Jan 10: Sheff Utd vs West Ham (8pm)
Sat Jan 11: Tottenham vs Liverpool (5.30pm)
Sun Jan 12: Bournemouth vs Watford (2pm)
Sun Jan 12: Aston Villa vs Man City (4.30pm)
Sat Jan 18: Newcastle vs Chelsea (5.30pm)
Sun Jan 19: Burnley vs Leicester (2pm)
Sun Jan 19: Liverpool vs Man Utd (4.30pm)
Sky Sports subscribers will flow matches through the Sky Sports app or the Sky Go program.
Non-subscribers can watch through NOW TV. A Sky Sports day pass is available for #9.99, weekly pass for #14.99, or even per month pass for #33.99. NOW TV could be streamed via a pc or apps.
If you cant see live, then you could also follow the action with our live websites on www.skysports.com and the Sky Sports app, with literary clips and highlights during the match.
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