Fulham vs Arsenal to kick off new season as TV fixtures for first three rounds of Premier League games are released

FULHAM have the honour of kicking off the new Premier League season against Arsenal on live TV.

The first three rounds of TV picks for the English top flight were announced today.

And Scott Parker's newly promoted side have a tasty London derby against Mikel Arteta's FA Cup winners to get things off and running in 2020-21.

Joe Bryan's Wembley heroics saw the West Londoners immediately return to the Premier League via the play-offs after their relegation in 2019.

And they will play live on BT Sport at 12.30pm on Saturday September 12.

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Sky Sports announced 140 Premier League games will be shown live on their platform, including an additional 12 fixtures.

TalkSPORT will also have live coverage of Fulham vs Arsenal, Crystal Palace vs Southampton and Liverpool vs Leeds on the opening Saturday.

Champions Liverpool will open Sky's coverage against Marcelo's Bielsa's Leeds as last season's winning sides from the top two divisions go head to head.

Sky's cameras will be at the game at Anfield which will kick-off at 5.30pm on September 12.

The broadcaster also confirmed they will show Manchester United's return to action against Crystal Palace on September 19 as well as Liverpool's trip to Frank Lampard's Chelsea the next day.

BT confirmed their following four fixtures to be screened live for fans' entertainment.

Sky Sports’ Live Premier League fixtures

Sky Sports have announced their first batch of live Premier League fixtures for the 2020-21 season.

Saturday September 12: Liverpool vs Leeds 5.30pm

Sunday September 13: West Brom vs Leicester 2pm

Sunday September 13: Tottenham vs Everton 4.30pm

Monday September 14: Brighton vs Chelsea 8pm

Saturday September 19: Man Utd vs Crystal Palace 5.30pm

Sunday September 20: Arsenal vs West Ham 2pm

Sunday September 20: Chelsea vs Liverpool 4.30pm

Monday September 21: Wolves vs Man City 8pm

Saturday September 26: West Brom vs Chelsea 5.30pm

Sunday September 27: Fulham vs Aston Villa 2pm

Sunday September 27: Man City vs Leicester 4.30pm

Monday September 28: Liverpool vs Arsenal 8pm

Everton will host promoted side West Brom in another lunchtime KO on Saturday September 19.

Southampton will face Tottenham at Midday on Sunday September 20th – a game which could see Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg star for Spurs against his former club after a £20million move.

Brighton will host the Red Devils at 12.30pm on September 26 with a Yorkshire derby between Sheffield United and Leeds the following day at 12pm.

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