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The Premier League drama continues!

24/08/2017Sport

We’ve got three words for you: Best. Season. Ever. The first fortnight of the new Premier League campaign has been nothing short of sensational, with more goals, more surprises and more heart-stopping action than we thought possible. So are you ready for another round?

There are four massive games to enjoy on Virgin TV this weekend, including Manchester United’s clash with Leicester City, live on BT Sport, and Arsenal’s trip to Liverpool live on Sky Sports! Plus, with Manchester City taking on Bournemouth and a big Midlands derby on the box, too, consider it a sumptuous feast of fantastic football that you don’t want to miss.

Out and about at the weekend? We feel for you, but with the Sky Sports app and the TV Anywhere app, you can follow every spectacular goal, crunching tackle, managerial dust-up and choreographed celebration as it happens!

Here we go then. Another weekend, another cracking set of unmissable live games on Virgin TV. Get up to speed with all of the fixtures below, before sitting back and watching the excitement unfold…

Bournemouth v Manchester City

Saturday, 11.30am, Sky Sports Premier League (CH 512) + Sky Sports Main Event (CH 511)

Pep Guardiola and his City players have already had a jolly on the South Coast this season, beating Brighton 2-0 on the opening weekend. The title contenders will be beside the seaside again this weekend with a trip to Bournemouth, and they’ll be beside themselves if they don’t leave with a victory against the Cherries. Eddie Howe’s men have endured a disappointing start to the campaign with two defeats from two and it doesn’t look like it’s about to get any easier for them.

Manchester United v Leicester City

Saturday, 5pm, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

United fans might already be dreaming of the title after a blistering start to the season, but José Mourinho’s having none of it (at least that’s what he wants us to think; it’s impossible to tell what’s going on in that mind of his). The Red Devils could have their hands full against Leicester, though. Jamie Vardy and his pals have shown flashes of brilliance so far this season – particularly during their opening defeat to Arsenal – and will pose a major threat on the counter at Old Trafford.

West Bromwich Albion v Stoke City

Sunday, 12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League (CH 512) Sky Sports Main Event (CH 511)

Once upon a time this was one of the Premier League’s less glamorous fixtures, a kind of budget El Clasico, if you will. But not anymore. These Midlands rivals have been rejuvenated in recent times under coaches Tony Pulis and Mark Hughes, and these days they’re playing the type of footy that has supporters up off their seats, spilling their tea all down their fronts. Both teams will see this as an opportunity to pick up points, so expect a full-blooded battle.

Liverpool v Arsenal

Sunday, 3.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League (CH 512) + Sky Sports Main Event (CH 511)

Charlie George in the Cup final; Michael Thomas right at the death; Robbie Fowler’s quick-fire hat-trick… this epic rivalry has provided us with a sackful of memorable moments – and you should expect even more on Sunday when these sides meet in a hugely anticipated Anfield showdown. Can Klopp’s stars keep pace with the Premier League leaders, or are the Wengerboys ready to bounce back from their defeat at Stoke and leave Merseyside with the spoils?

Watch on the go

Virgin TV customers with BT Sport can watch on the go with the TV Anywhere app. Just download it from the App Store or Google Play and log in to the app to start watching.

Plus if you subscribe to Sky Sports, you can watch on the Sky Sports app anywhere in the UK with a WiFi or mobile data connection. Just download from the App Store or App Store or Google Play and log into the app to start watching.