Saturday is GameDay on talkSPORT: West Ham vs Man City and Tottenham vs Aston Villa among three live Premier League commentaries


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Saturday is now GameDay on talkSPORT.

talkSPORT will broadcast more than 110 Premier League games LIVE during the new season.

And we will also become your new home for all the Saturday action with GameDay.

talkSPORT’s new season coverage will start with champions Man City vs West Ham

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talkSPORT’s new season coverage will start with champions Man City vs West Ham

Across the talkSPORT network, we will bring you live, comprehensive coverage of a 12:30pm, 3pm AND 5:30pm match every Saturday.

That means we’ll have your Saturday covered for the entire season and we’ll be bringing you some blockbuster matches in the next few weeks to boot.

In August and September, you’ll be able to enjoy action from each of last season’s top six and all three of the newly-promoted clubs.

Our 2019/20 Premier League season coverage will get under way with a bang as champions Manchester City take on West Ham at the London Stadium in the first Saturday clash of the term.

Kicking off at 12:30pm on August 10, City will be hoping to begin their title defence in style having scored at least four goals in each of their last four visits to east London.

We’ll go around the grounds with Adrian Durham on talkSPORT from 3pm, while on talkSPORT 2 you can listen to live commentary of Crystal Palace vs Everton.

Then at 5.30pm it’s our third live game of the day, with Tottenham vs Aston Villa on talkSPORT.

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In August, we’ll also bring you Man City vs Tottenham, Liverpool vs Arsenal and Southampton vs Manchester United.

September will see us host six more top-fight ties including Liverpool vs Newcastle and Leicester vs Tottenham.

We’ll then have games galore in the lead up to the Christmas period and beyond as Saturday becomes GameDay at talkSPORT.

August and September LIVE commentaries

Saturday, August 10:

West Ham vs Manchester City – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Crystal Palace vs Everton  – 3pm (talkSPORT 2)

Tottenham vs Aston Villa – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

Pep Guardiola will come up against former Man CIty boss Manuel Pellegrini on the opening day

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Pep Guardiola will come up against former Man CIty boss Manuel Pellegrini on the opening day

Saturday, August 17:

Arsenal vs Burnley – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Manchester City vs Tottenham – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed

Saturday, August 24:

Norwich vs Chelsea – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Liverpool vs Arsenal – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed

Liverpool vs Arsenal will be live on talkSPORT in August

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Liverpool vs Arsenal will be live on talkSPORT in August

Saturday, August 31:

Southampton vs Manchester United – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Burnley vs Liverpool – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed

Saturday, September 14:

Liverpool vs Newcastle – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Norwich vs Manchester City – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed

3. Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle – Stan Collymore (1995/96)

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Liverpool and Newcastle have played out some cracking matches in the past

Saturday, September 21:

Leicester vs Tottenham – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Newcastle vs Brighton – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed

Saturday, September 28:

Sheffield United vs Liverpool – 12:30pm (talkSPORT)

Leicester vs Newcastle – 5:30pm (talkSPORT)

*3pm match on talkSPORT 2 to be confirmed


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