North London derby and Tottenham vs Chelsea among live Premier League on Sky Sports in September

Sky Sports will show more Premier League matches live on September 24, including the North London derby and Tottenham against Chelsea.Premier League football will return to TV after the September international break. On Saturday, September 11, Chelsea will face Aston Villa. Leeds vs Liverpool, Everton and Burnley will also be live on TV over the weekend.On Friday, September 17, Newcastle will welcome Leeds to St. James' Park. The following day, Everton will be facing Aston Villa.Super Sunday's doubleheader features Manchester United traveling to West Ham before Tottenham taking on Chelsea.This fixture is another major fixture for Nuno Espirito Santi's side, as they face the first north London derby this season, traveling to Arsenal on Sunday September 16.This weekend will also see Premier League newcomers Brentford host Liverpool, on Saturday September 25th, before Southampton takes on the Wolves on Super Sunday.Live fixtures on Sky Sports September are rounded off by another Premier League derby on Monday night Football when Crystal Palace welcome Brighton into Selhurst Park.Sky Sports will broadcast 128 Premier League matches exclusively during the 2021/22 season. It is the ultimate destination for domestic soccer, featuring live coverage of the Premier League and EFL as well as the Scottish Premiership, and the new addition of the FA Women's Super League.September fixtures live on SkyImage: Tottenham and Chelsea face off live on Sky Sports on Sunday, September 19.Saturday, September 11, Chelsea vs Aston Villa. Kick-off at 5.30pmSunday, September 12, Leeds vs Liverpool. Kick-off at 4.30pmMonday, September 13 - Everton at Burnley, kickoff 8pmFriday, September 17th - Newcastle vs Leeds. Kick-off at 8pmSaturday, September 18 - Aston Villa Vs Everton, kickoff 5.30pmSunday, September 19 - West Ham hosts Man Utd. Kick-off at 2pmSunday, September 19, Tottenham vs Chelsea. Kick-off at 4.30pmSaturday, September 25, Brentford vs Liverpool. Kick-off at 5.30pmSunday, September 26 - Southampton at Wolves kick-off 2pmSunday, September 26 - Arsenal at Tottenham, kick-off 4.30pmMonday, September 27, Crystal Palace vs Brighton. Kick-off at 8pmAugust fixtures live on SkyImage: The play-off winners Brentford start their Premier League campaign live via Sky Sports in AugustFriday, August 13th - Brentford vs Arsenal. Kick-off at 8pmSaturday, August 14th - Norwich vs Liverpool. Kick-off at 5.30pmSunday, August 15, Newcastle vs West Ham. Kick-off at 2pmSunday, August 15, Tottenham vs Man City. Kick-off at 4.30pmSaturday, August 21st - Brighton vs Watford. Kick-off at 5.30pmSunday, August 22nd - Southampton vs Man Utd. Kick-off at 2pmSunday, August 22nd - Arsenal vs Chelsea. Kick-off at 4.30pmMonday, August 23rd - West Ham vs Leicester kick-off at 8pmSaturday, August 28 - Liverpool at Chelsea, kick-off 5.30pmSunday, August 29 - Burnley at Leeds, kick-off 2pmSunday, August 29 - Wolves vs Man Utd. Kick-off at 4.30pmArsenal fixturesAston Villa fixturesBrentford fixturesBrighton fixturesBurnley fixturesChelsea fixturesCrystal Palace fixturesEverton fixturesLeeds fixturesLeicester fixturesLiverpool fixturesMan City fixturesMan Utd fixturesNewcastle fixturesNorwich fixturesSouthampton fixturesTottenham fixturesWatford fixturesWest Ham fixturesWolves fixtures128 Premier League matches exclusively live.Premier League Season: First Pick of MatchesOne of the best punditry teams in football, including Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness. Micah Richards, Roy Keane, and Micah Richards.Kelly Cates is the Saturday Night Football presenter. David Jones is the Super Sunday and Monday Night Football presenter.Sky Sports Live Matches: In-Game Goals and Mobile ClipsExtended Highlights Available on Demand via Game of the Day or Match ChoiceSky Sports is the ultimate destination for domestic soccer with live coverage of the Premier League and EFL as well as the Scottish Premiership.Learn more about Sky SportsThe 2021/22 Premier League will begin on Friday, August 13, 33 days after the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.All 10 games will be played simultaneously, and the season will come to an end on May 22, 2022.Friday, August 6th will mark the start of the 2021/22 EFL Season.The League One campaign for next season will end on April 30, 2022. League Two and Championship will follow on May 7, 7 and 8.The League One playoff final will be held on Saturday May 21st, the League Two playoff final on Saturday May 28th, and the Championship playoff final on Sunday May 29th.