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Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Premier League 2015/16 season begins this weekend!

Top flight football is back this Saturday

With almost £500million having been already been spent in the transfer market ahead of the September 1st deadline, this season looks to be another clash of the big spenders. Manchester United and Liverpool have made the most noise with some major departures and arrivals whilst surprisingly, Chelsea and Manchester City who have both had poor pre-seasons, have been pretty quiet in the wallet department.

One surprise move was the transfer of Petr Cech to Arsenal, from London neighbours Chelsea in what could be a game changing acquisition. However, most pundits agree that the title will most likely be contested by Chelsea and Manchester City as of previous seasons, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United all fighting for the two remaining Champions League places.

Liverpool and United fans may disagree with that prediction, so too will Gunners fans after their recent Community Shield victory over Chelsea, however big spending has never automatically guaranteed success as many Spurs fans will agree with, having seen a major clear out of some of the stars they acquired after the departure of Gareth Bale two years ago. With a new look defence, Tottenham are looking to build for the future with a more youthful looking side and an impressive new stadium about to start construction but like most seasons past, will probably not quite make the cut to reach the promised land of the Champions League places.

Who will survive the drop?

With every new season comes fresh blood and the three clubs all hoping to make a mark as newbies this year are Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich. To start off their Premier League campaigns, the south coast club host Tim Sherwood’s new look Aston Villa, whilst Watford have a tough trip to Goodison Park to face Everton and Norwich host a revitalised Crystal Palace.

No one can predict how the season will pan out at this early stage but one thing is for sure, silly season has many weeks left to run so last minute transfer rumours and deals will be flying around until September 1st, when we can actually sit back and see how our teams will fair in what promises to be another season of twists and turns.

Will you be watching the live games on Sky and BT Sport?

At UKTV2C, we can provide direct access to your own exclusive Slingbox or Sky Go VPN system to enable you to take your Premier League season with you, wherever you go. With two television networks now sharing the spoils, there’s never been more live football action than there is on offer now.

At the time of going to press, both Sky and BT Sport have confirmed their preliminary list fo live games up until the festive period. So if you want to catch any of the following live game, speak to us first:

Live Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports

Saturday 8th August

Chelsea v Swansea City – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 9th August

Arsenal v West Ham United – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Stoke City v Liverpool – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 10th August

West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Fri 14th August

Aston Villa v Manchester United – Sky Sports 1 HD (18:00)

Sunday 16th August

Crystal Palace v Arsenal – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Manchester City v Chelsea – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 17th August

Liverpool v Bournemouth – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Sunday 23rd August

West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Everton v Manchester City – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 24th August

Arsenal v Liverpool – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Saturday 29th August

Tottenham Hotspur v Everton – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 30th August

Southampton v Norwich City – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Swansea City v Manchester United – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Saturday 12th September

Manchester United v Liverpool – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 13th September

Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)

Leicester City v Aston Villa – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 14th September

West Ham United v Newcastle United – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Saturday 19th September

Manchester City v West Ham United – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 20th September

Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Southampton v Manchester United – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Saturday 26th September

Newcastle United v Chelsea – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 27th September

Watford v Crystal Palace – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 28th September

West Bromwich Albion v Everton – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Saturday 3rd October

Chelsea v Southampton – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 4th October

Everton v Liverpool – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)

Saturday 17th October

Watford v Arsenal – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 18th October

Newcastle United v Norwich City – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 19th October

Swansea City v Stoke City – Sky Sports 1 HD (19:00)

Saturday 24th October

Arsenal v Everton – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:00)

Sunday 25th October

Sunderland v Newcastle United – Sky Sports 1 HD (11:30)
Manchester United v Manchester City – Sky Sports 1 HD (14:00)
Liverpool v Southampton – Sky Sports 1 HD (16:00)

Sunday 1st November

Everton v Sunderland – Sky Sports 1 HD (12:30)
Southampton v Bournemouth – Sky Sports 1 HD (15:30)

Monday 2nd November

Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa – Sky Sports 1 HD (20:00)

Saturday 7th November

Stoke City v Chelsea – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:30)

Sunday 8th November

Aston Villa v Manchester City – Sky Sports 1 HD (13:30)
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur – Sky Sports 1 HD (16:00)

Saturday 21st November

Manchester City v Liverpool – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:30)

Sunday 22nd November

Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United – Sky Sports 1 HD (16:00)

Monday 23rd November

Crystal Palace v Sunderland – Sky Sports 1 HD (20:00)

Saturday 28th November

Leicester City v Manchester United – Sky Sports 1 HD (17:30)

Sunday 29th November

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion – Sky Sports 1 HD (14:05)
Norwich City v Arsenal – Sky Sports 1 HD (16:15)

Live Premier League fixtures on BT Sport

Saturday 8th August

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur – 12pm (BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultra HD)

Saturday 15th August

Southampton v Everton – 12pm (BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultra HD)

Saturday 22nd August

Manchester United v Newcastle United – 12pm (BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultra HD)

Saturday 29th August

Newcastle United v Arsenal – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 12 September

Everton v Chelsea – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 19 September

Chelsea v Arsenal – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 26 September

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 3 October

Crystal Palace v West Brom – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 17 October

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 31 October

Chelsea v Liverpoool – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 7 November

Bournemouth v Newcastle United – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 21 November

Watford v Manchester United – 12pm (BT Sport 1)

Saturday 29 November

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea – 12pm (BT Sport 1)