Premier League TV fixtures 2011
By Daily Mail
Updated Monday, 11th July 2011
Fans will be hoping for a repeat of last season's 4-4 thriller between Arsenal and Newcastle when it kicks off the live Barclays Premier League matches this season.
The match at St James' Park will be screened on ESPN, while the first Sky Sports Super Sunday will see champions Manchester United travel to West Bromwich and show Andre Villas-Boas in charge of Chelsea for the first time at Stoke.
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Then on Monday, Manchester City take on newly-promoted Swansea to complete the first of Sky's weekend line-ups.
Sky will show seven major derbies before the festive run-in including the Merseyside clash between Everton and Liverpool on October 1, Tottenham v Arsenal (Oct 2) and the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on October 23, followed by newcomers QPR against Chelsea at Loftus Road.
One to watch: United and City clash on October 23rd, when Wayne Rooney will be hoping to repeat his Old Trafford overhead kick heroics
The first major test for Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool at the Emirates against Arsenal on the second week of the season (Aug 20) will be televised for a lunchtime kick-off by Sky cameras.
Tottenham's trip to champions Manchester United has been scheduled for a Monday night fixture on August 22.
Fans of newcomers Norwich can see their team back in top-flight television action again on Sunday September 11 against West Brom at Carrow Road.
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The earliest televised kick-off (12.05pm) before Christmas comes at Villa Park for new manager Alex McLeish's first Midlands derby in charge of Villa against Wolves on August 27.
And the highly-anticipated first showdown of the new season between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield will be shown on Sky on October 15.
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Source: Daily Mail