Manchester United’s derby day with Man City and their trip to face Chelsea are the pick of the November TV fixtures as Premier League release latest batch
- November’s Premier League games for television have been announced
- The pick of the bunch comes in the form of the Manchester derby at Old Trafford
- United’s clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge is also another high-profile game
- There will be 14 games broadcasted live across both Sky Sports and BT Sport
The first Manchester derby of the season and United’s trip to Chelsea are the pick of the bunch of top-flight games that will be shown live on TV across November.
Manchester United welcome the reigning champions and local rivals City to Old Trafford on Saturday, November 6, with the lunchtime kick-off being broadcast by Sky Sports.
The game takes BT Sport’s usual lunchtime kick-off spot, with that broadcaster instead taking the evening slot which will show Brighton’s clash with Newcastle instead.
The pick of the November TV games comes in the form of the Manchester derby at Old Trafford
United’s clash with Chelsea at the Bridge is another high-profile game being broadcast live
United confirmed that the change in schedule had been agreed by both clubs before hand.
A statement from United said: ‘This change from the usual broadcast schedule has been agreed in conjunction with the police, clubs and broadcasters.’
However, it will be three weeks before United fans can watch Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side play live Premier League football again when they make the journey to the capital to take on Chelsea.
The late afternoon clash on Sunday, November 28 is the second instalment in a double-header with Brentford and Everton getting things under way in the 2pm kick-off.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s only other game on TV comes a little earlier in the month when they take on Leicester at the King Power Stadium on BT Sport. Their clash is the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday, November 20.
Tottenham fans will only get one chance to watch their team live on TV throughout November
Elsewhere, Arsenal’s evening trip to Anfield on the same day will be broadcast by Sky Sports.
Tottenham fans will only get one chance to watch their team live on TV throughout November, with the clash with Leeds being shown by Sky the day after.
There will only be one Monday night game and one Friday night game during the whole month, too, with both taking place during the first week.
Wolves welcome Everton to Molineux on the first day of the month while Aston Villa will take on Southampton at St Mary’s the following Friday.
Premier League games to be shown live on TV across November
Monday 1 November
20:00 Wolves v Everton (Sky Sports)
Friday 5 November
20:00 Southampton v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
Saturday 6 November
12:30 Man Utd v Man City (Sky Sports)
17:30 Brighton v Newcastle (BT Sport)
Sunday 7 November
14:00 Arsenal v Watford (Sky Sports)
14:00 Everton v Spurs (not on TV)
14:00 Leeds v Leicester (not on TV)
16:30 West Ham v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Saturday 20 November
12:30 Leicester v Chelsea (BT Sport)
17:30 Liverpool v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Sunday 21 November
14:00 Man City v Everton (Sky Sports)
16:30 Spurs v Leeds (Sky Sports)
Saturday 27 November
12:30 Arsenal v Newcastle (BT Sport)
17:30 Brighton v Leeds (Sky Sports)
Sunday 28 November
14:00 Brentford v Everton (Sky Sports)
14:00 Burnley v Spurs (not on TV)
14:00 Leicester v Watford (not on TV)
14:00 Man City v West Ham (not on TV)
16:30 Chelsea v Man Utd (Sky Sports)