Premier League 2017-18: Who is playing who in season-opening fixtures?

Arsenal vs Everton

Arsenal, the defending Premier League champions, have had a poor start to the season, finishing bottom of their group in the Europa League.

Meanwhile, Everton finished in eighth last season and secured a spot in the Europa League. Both teams come into this game on the back of impressive wins at the weekend.

Arsenal – without Arsene Wenger in charge for the first time in 22 years – beat Cologne 3-0 in the opening leg of their Europa League second qualifying round tie, then beat Leicester 3-1 in the Premier League. Everton won 3-1 at Bournemouth and 4-0 against Middlesbrough in their opening games.

The game is at the Emirates Stadium in London, with kick-off at 17:45 BST.

This match can be live streamed via BT Sport and BT Sport Extra. BT Sport subscribers can also stream it on the BT Sport app, while non-BT Sport subscribers can do so via Sky Go.

How can I watch Premier League football on UK TV?

The Premier League on Sky is the only option. Sky’s packages start at £12 a month, so be sure to check out our Sky TV review. It’s worth mentioning that BT Sport is in 24 additional million UK homes with Sky.

You can also watch Premier League football for free if you pick up Sky Sports through your postcode, as Sky says its deals enable just under one million UK homes to tune in to the Premier League.

Football fans looking to watch all 92 Premier League games live on BT this season will need to use either their BT TV, Sky Sports or both, which is offered via Sky Broadband.

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