The Premier League is back after an international and FA Cup induced break, with clubs across the division preparing to show off their late transfer window signings.
18 of the division's 20 teams are in action between Tuesday and Thursday night as a midweek round of games gets things going again, and there could be a first glimpse at the likes of Luis Diaz, Dejan Kulusevski, Donny van de Beek, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen in their new surroundings.
Chelsea and Brighton are the two teams who won't be in action, with their fixture pulled forward to mid-January to allow Thomas Tuchel's side to jet off and play in the Club World Cup; a reward for their success in the Champions League last May.
The standout games of the match round include Manchester City vs Brentford at the Etihad Stadium and Liverpool's home game with Leicester.
How to watch Premier League football on TV in the UK in 2022
Sky Sports remain the Premier League's primary broadcaster, having begun their working relationship when the division was formed in 1992. They have the rights to 128 live matches across the season and also broadcast the Carabao Cup.
BT Sport's renewed three-year deal allows the broadcaster to show 52 live matches throughout the season, including all 20 fixtures from two midweek programmes.
They also hold exclusive rights to UEFA's Champions League, Europa League, and Europa Conference League.
Amazon Prime broadcast all 10 Premier League games between Christmas and New Year, starting on December 28 and concluding two days later, having already shown live games at the beginning of the month.
The package deal struck with the Premier League allows the broadcaster access to 20 live games per season from one Bank Holiday and one midweek fixture programme.
What TV channel are the Premier League games on?
The midweek round of fixtures will provide viewers with a unique opportunity to watch every game live. BT Sport are covering all 10 fixtures on TV, app and on their website.
When are the games?
Tuesday 8 February
- Newcastle v Everton, 7.45pm
- West Ham v Watford, 7.45pm
- Burnley v Manchester United, 8pm
Wednesday 9 February
- Manchester City v Brentford, 7.45pm
- Norwich v Crystal Palace, 7.45pm
- Tottenham v Southampton, 7.45pm
- Aston Villa v Leeds, 8pm
Thursday 10 February
- Liverpool v Leicester, 7.45pm
- Wolves v Arsenal, 7.45pm
How to watch the Premier League games on TV in US?
If you're viewing the games from the other side of the pond, don't panic - all games will be available to watch on TV or on subscription services.
fuboTV, Peacock Premium and NBC are the main service providers.
Source : 90min