Live Sky and ESPN schedule revealed

Television broadcasters Sky Sports and ESPN have revealed their live football schedule for the first four months of the 2009/10 Premier League campaign.

And all of the top flight's 'Big Four' are set to be screened on the opening weekend of the season.

Sky, who will be televising 92 live games in 2009/10, start at Stamford Bridge on August 15 (1:30pm) where Carlo Ancelotti takes charge of his first league game as Chelsea manager against Hull City - the same opponents for what proved to be Luiz Felipe Scolari's last game as Blues' boss in February.

While ESPN, who are set to launch a new channel to screen 46 live matches, travel to Goodison Park later the same day to broadcast Everton's meeting with Arsenal (5:15pm).

The following day, defending champions Manchester United host newly-promoted Birmingham City (1:30pm) before Liverpool travel to White Hart Lane to face Tottenham Hotspur (4pm) - both matches on Sky Sports.

Read on below for your cut-out-and-keep combined TV schedule from August-November 2009.

Matches screened on ESPN in italics

Sat 15 Chelsea v Hull City 12.45pm
Sat 15 Everton v Arsenal 5.15pm
Sun 16 Man United v Birmingham 1.30pm
Sun 16 Tottenham v Liverpool 4pm
Sun 23 West Ham v Tottenham 1.30pm
Sun 23 Fulham v Chelsea 4pm
Mon 24 Liverpool v Aston Villa 8pm
Sat 29 Chelsea v Burnley 12.45pm
Sat 29 Man United v Arsenal 5.15pm
Sun 30 Portsmouth v Man City 1.30pm
Sun 30 Aston Villa v Fulham 4pm

Sat 12 Tottenham v Man United 5.15pm
Sun 13 Birmingham v Aston Villa 12noon
Sun 13 Fulham v Everton 4.15pm
Sat 19 Burnley v Sunderland 12.45pm
Sat 19 West Ham v Liverpool 5.15pm
Sun 20 Man United v Man City 1.30pm
Sun 20 Chelsea v Tottenham 4pm
Sat 26 Portsmouth v Everton 12.45pm
Sat 26 Fulham v Arsenal 5.15pm
Sun 27 Sunderland v Wolves 4pm
Mon 28 Man City v West Ham 8pm

Sat 3 Man United v Sunderland 5.15pm
Sun 4 Arsenal v Blackburn 1.30pm
Sun 4 Chelsea v Liverpool 4pm
Mon 5 Aston Villa v Man City 8pm
Sat 17 Aston Villa v Chelsea 12.45pm
Sun 18 Blackburn Rovers v Burnley 1pm
Sun 18 Wigan Athletic v Man City 4pm
Mon 19 Fulham v Hull 8pm
Sat 24 Wolves v Aston Villa 12.45pm
Sat 24 Chelsea v Blackburn 5.15pm
Sun 25 Liverpool v Man United 2pm
Sun 25 West Ham v Arsenal 4.15pm
Sat 31 Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur 12.45pm
Sat 31 Man United v Blackburn 5.15pm

Sun 1 Birmingham v Man City 4pm
Sat 7 Wolves v Arsenal 5.15pm
Sun 8 Hull v Stoke 1.30pm
Sun 8 Chelsea v Man United 4pm
Mon 9 Liverpool v Birmingham 8pm
Sat 21 Liverpool v Man City 12.45pm
Sat 21 Man United v Everton 5.15pm
Sun 22 Bolton v Blackburn 1.30pm
Sun 22 Stoke City v Portsmouth 4pm
Sat 28 Aston Villa v Tottenham 5.15pm
Sun 29 Everton v Liverpool 1.30pm
Sun 29 Arsenal v Chelsea 4pm