Manchester City vs Manchester United on Sunday 2nd October and Liverpool vs Manchester City on Sunday 16th October are among Sky Sports’ successful matches of October.
There will be 128 matches live exclusively on Sky Sports during the 2022/23 Premier League season and there are some mouth-watering matches scheduled for October.
The first Manchester derby of the season between City and United takes place at the Etihad Stadium live on Sky Sports on Sunday 2 October.
The following weekend will see Liverpool visit Arsenal live on Sky Sports on Sunday 9 October.
Jurgen Klopp’s team’s next game is also live on Sky Sports as it hosts the Manchester City champions with last season’s top two battling at Anfield on Sunday 16 October.
On Sunday 23 October, Manchester United will travel to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge live on Sky Sports, with United’s West Ham welcoming to Old Trafford on Sunday 30 October, live on Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, an East Midlands derby between Leicester and Nottingham Forest will also be live on Sky Sports in October, though a date has yet to be confirmed for the match at King Power Stadium. It will be confirmed no later than August 19th.
Matches affected by participation in UEFA competition will be confirmed shortly after the group stage draws on 25 and 26 August.
Live Sky Sport scheduled for October
Saturday 1st October – West Ham vs Wolves, kick-off at 17:30
Sunday 2 October – Leeds United v Aston Villa, kick-off at 14:00 or 16:30 (to be confirmed)
Sunday 2 October – Manchester City vs Manchester United, kick-off at 14:00 or 16:30 (to be confirmed)
Saturday 8 October – Brighton-Tottenham, kick-off at 17:30
Sunday 9 October – Crystal Palace-Leeds, kick-off at 2pm
Sunday 9 October – Arsenal-Liverpool, kick-off 16:30
Monday 10 October – Nottingham Forest-Aston Villa, kick-off 20:00
Friday 14 October – Brentford-Brighton, kick-off at 8pm
Saturday 15 October – Tottenham-Everton, kick-off at 17:30
Sunday 16 October – Aston Villa-Chelsea, kick-off at 14
Sunday 16 October – Liverpool-Manchester City, kick-off at 16:30
Saturday 22 October – Tottenham-Newcastle, kick-off at 17:30
Sunday 23 October – Southampton-Arsenal, kick-off at 14
Sunday 23 October – Chelsea-Manchester United, kick-off 16:30
Monday 24 October – West Ham-Bournemouth, kick-off at 20:00
Saturday 29 October – Fulham-Everton, kick-off at 17:30
Sunday 30 October – Liverpool-Leeds, kick-off at 14
Sunday 30 October – Manchester United-West Ham, kick-off 16:30
to be confirmed – Leicester vs Nottingham Forest
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Key dates for the 2022/23 season
The Premier League the season will start on the weekend of August 5-7, one week before the 2021/22 campaign begins.
However, the Premier League will be taking a mid-season break to host their first ever winter world Cup. The last round of the championship before the break will take place on the weekend of 12/13 November before resuming the Boxing Day with the World Cup Final to be held on December 18th.
The last day of the Premier League will be Sunday 28 May.
Meanwhile, the Carabao Cup Final will be held on Sunday 26 February and on FA Cup Final Saturday 3 June.
The Europa League final will be played on May 31 in Budapest, the Europa Conference League final will be on June 7 in Prague and on Champions League final is scheduled for June 10 in Istanbul.
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