Sky Sports has announced its Premier League Fixtures for October and it includes a showdown between old rivals, Manchester United and Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s side will travel to Old Trafford on Saturday, October 19 (5.30pm) and the Reds will face another of last season’s top six in front of the Sky cameras at the end of the month (Sunday, October 27) when Tottenham head to Anfield looking to avenge their Champions League final defeat.
Sky Sports’ latest picks also include champions Manchester City’s trip to Crystal Palace, Manchester United’s date with Newcastle and a Monday Night Football clash between Sheffield United and Arsenal at Bramall Lane.
The Premier League fixtures are:
Saturday 5 Oct, West Ham Utd v Crystal Palace, 17.30
Sunday 6 Oct, Southampton v Chelsea, 14.00
Sunday 6 Oct, Newcastle Utd v Man Utd, 16.30
Saturday 19 Oct, Man Utd v Liverpool, 17.30
Sunday 20 Oct, Crystal Palace v Man City, 16.30
Monday 21 Oct, Sheffield Utd v Arsenal, 20.00
Friday 25 Oct, Southampton v Leicester City, 20.00
Saturday 26 Oct, Burnley v Chelsea, 17.30
Sunday 27 Oct, Newcastle Utd v Wolves, 14.00
Sunday 27 Oct, Liverpool v Spurs, 16.30
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