Angepinnt Premier League Saison 2016-17

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    • Champions Leicester to kick off new season
      We reveal the Premier League matches in August and September that have moved for live TV broadcast

      The surprise Premier League champions of 2015/16 will kick off the new season after the broadcast selections for the first two months of 2016/17 were released.
      Leicester City’s first match of their title defence, away to promoted Hull City, will be shown by Sky Sports at the new regular Saturday time slot of 12.30pm. Foxes manager Claudio Ranieri will be hoping that his team do not become the first defending Premier League champions to lose their opening fixture.
      BT Sport’s new live package on Saturday evening will begin with Pep Guardiola’s first Premier League match as Manchester City manager, when his team take on Sunderland and the experienced Sam Allardyce at the Etihad Stadium at 5.30pm.
      The first Sunday of the season starts with Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United travelling to AFC Bournemouth, where the Red Devils lost last season.
      Mourinho is unbeaten in seven Matchweek 1 fixtures in the PL, dropping points for the first time last season when his Chelsea team were held by Swansea City.
      This is followed by arguably the biggest fixture of Matchweek 1, Arsenal at home to Liverpool. Both matches will be shown on Sky Sports.
      With Arsenal facing Liverpool on the opening weekend of the 2016/17 Premier League season we reflect on great goals from fixtures past in north London
      Antonio Conte’s tough introduction as Chelsea head coach in the Premier League, at home to Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United, has been selected by Sky for their first Monday night match.
      Matchweek 2 will feature the first of the Friday night matches that Sky can show from this season, when Man Utd host Southampton. This was a match won by Southampton last season and new manager Claude Puel will hope to cause another Old Trafford shock.
      After Sky Sports show Stoke City v Man City at 12:30pm on Saturday, the 5:30pm kick-off on BT Sport is a battle between last season’s top two, Leicester and Arsenal, a match the Gunners won 5-2 in 2015/16.
      That day Liverpool were scheduled to host Burnley but the match has been moved to Turf Moor after the two clubs agreed to reverse fixtures. The Anfield match is now due to take place on 12 March.
      Sky will show Guardiola and Mourinho renewing their rivalry on 10 September with the Manchester derby at Old Trafford.
      A number of fixtures have also been moved or will be moved because of clubs taking part in the UEFA Europa League. For a list of the fixtures affected see below.
      Download the Premier League 2016/17 fixtures to your calendar and stay on top of all fixture changes.

      Fixture amendments
      (times are BST unless stated)

      Saturday 13 August
      12.30pm Hull City v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
      5.30pm Manchester City v Sunderland (BT Sport)

      Sunday 14 August
      1.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
      4pm Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

      Monday 15 August
      8pm Chelsea v West Ham United (Sky Sports)

      Friday 19 August
      8pm Manchester United v Southampton (Sky Sports)

      Saturday 20 August
      12.30pm Stoke City v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
      3pm Burnley v Liverpool*
      *This match was scheduled for 11 March 2017 but Liverpool and Burnley have agreed to reverse fixtures, with Liverpool v Burnley taking place on Sunday 12 March 2017 (subject to FA Cup participation or broadcast selections).
      5.30pm Leicester City v Arsenal (BT Sport)

      Sunday 21 August
      1.30pm Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Sky Sports)
      4pm West Ham United v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports)

      Saturday 27 August
      12.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
      5.30pm Hull City v Manchester United (BT Sport)

      Sunday 28 August
      1.30pm West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough (Sky Sports)
      4pm Manchester City v West Ham United (Sky Sports)

      Saturday 10 September
      12.30pm Manchester United v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
      5.30pm Liverpool v Leicester City (BT Sport)

      Sunday 11 September
      4pm Swansea City v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

      Monday 12 September
      8pm Sunderland v Everton (Sky Sports)

      Friday 16 September
      8pm Chelsea v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

      Saturday 17 September
      5.30pm Everton v Middlesbrough (BT Sport)

      Sunday 18 September
      12pm Watford v Manchester United (BT Sport)
      2.15pm Crystal Palace v Stoke City (Sky Sports)
      2.15pm Southampton v Swansea City*
      *Southampton’s participation in the UEFA Europa League the preceding Thursday
      4.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland (Sky Sports)

      Saturday 24 September
      12.30pm Manchester United v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
      5.30pm Arsenal v Chelsea (BT Sport)

      Sunday 25 September
      4pm West Ham United v Southampton (Sky Sports)

      Monday 26 September
      8pm Burnley v Watford (Sky Sports)

      Further fixture changes
      Because Manchester United and Southampton are guaranteed participation in the group stages of the UEFA Europa League on Thursdays their Premier League fixtures planned for Saturdays in October, November and December are subject to change.

      Fixtures for which new dates and times to be confirmed:

      Saturday 1 October
      Leicester City v Southampton
      Manchester United v Stoke City

      Saturday 22 October
      Chelsea v Manchester United
      Manchester City v Southampton

      Saturday 5 November
      Hull City v Southampton
      Swansea City v Manchester United

      Saturday 26 November
      Manchester United v West Ham United
      Southampton v Everton

      Confirmed new fixtures dates
      (times to be confirmed)

      Sunday 11 December
      TBC Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
      TBC Southampton v Middlesbrough

      Wednesday 14 December
      7.45pm GMT Middlesbrough v Liverpool*
      *Due to Middlesbrough v Southampton moving to 11 December
      8pm GMT Crystal Palace v Manchester United*
      *Due to Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur moving to 11 December

      Wednesday 1 February
      8pm GMT Manchester United v Hull City*
      *Correction of published fixtures

      Sunday 12 March
      4pm GMT Liverpool v Burnley*
      *Confirmation of fixture reversal. The match is subject to FA Cup participation, or change as a result of broadcast selections.

      Sunday 16 April
      4pm GMT West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool*
      *Club agreement. This match is subject to possible further change if selected for broadcasting.

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